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Digital Citizenship

Digital Citizenship for Students Starts with Us

Our student’s are growing up in a digitally connected world. As teachers and parents it is important that we teach, model, and reinforce good digital citizenship. Digital Citizenship includes the appropriate use of technology, consideration of copyright and fair use, respectful online collaboration, and safe interactions online.

Internet safety and digital citizenship are vital topics to help your student use technology in an appropriate manner. Please review the resources below for more information on this important topic.

Online Resources:

G Suite Privacy and Security - Google online privacy and security website for G Suite.

Stop, Think, Connect  - Take security precautions, understand the consequences of your actions and behaviors and enjoy the benefits of the Internet. 

NetSmartz Workshop is an interactive, educational program of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® (NCMEC) that provides age-appropriate resources to help teach children how to be safer on- and offline. 

Common Sense Media – Provides the latest research, tips and tools on what really keeps kids safe online.

Connect Safely Parent Guides to popular apps, services and platforms used by kids and teens

Think Before you Link – Intel Security Digital Safety Program

BrainPop CyberSafety Video – Find out how to keep your passwords and personal information private.

Before You Text

Google Safety Center - Guide to managing your privacy and security online.