Digital Citizenship Network

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The Digital Citizenship Network supports educators in ensuring the appropriate, safe and responsible use of technology. The Digital Citizenship Network offers perspective and structure for learning with technology, providing examples of how educators can use technology appropriately and responsibly to help students become more creative, resourceful and interactive with peers around the world.


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  • This is very thorough and has great examples! The "what's wrong with the picture" slides are spot on. Those are some of the problems we experienced this year with our 6th and 7th grade students. ------------------------------ Janet Russeau --------- ...

  • Hi LeeAnn, et al, As strange is it might sound, this type of situation is actually governed in part by precedent set in a court case from long before social media was even remotely considered - 1969.  The case was  Tinker v. Des Moines Indep. Cmty. Sch. ...

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  • Dear LeeAnn I am not allowed to share this one. To be honest, it is still at a draft level anyway. The structure goes as follows: definition of all the types of cyber abuses, possible levels for each. chart of action for each level. Possible consequence ...

  • Linda - This is actually very helpful, thank you. While the school isn't considered private, it is a unique school that has a set of guiding principles that could take a similar approach and use similar language to what you shared. Thanks again. ------------------------------ ...