Information literacy, appropriate use, etiquette, responsibility, privacy, respect… What do these items have in common? Well, did you know that they are all components of digital citizenship? It’s true! These concepts– and many more—are part of the online code of ethics students need to be made aware of in order to develop and maintain a positive digital footprint.
To learn more about how to teach students about the various aspects of becoming a responsible digital citizen, check out the Digital Citizenship Guide for Teachers and Students shown below.
Use the Digital Citizenship visual to teach students about how to be safe and respectful online, and most importantly—why behaving responsibly and developing a positive online identity is so important.
In addition to the infographic, Med Kharbach also provides additional information on his blog about digital etiquette and why it’s important to teach digital citizenship skills to students. So, be sure to check it out here!