3D. Reflection and Additional Resources
You have explored and learned about digital citizenship, and reflected on how to teach your students. To summarize your learning in this module, reflect on the Digital Citizenship sub-standards of the ISTE-T (standards 4a-d) and for each sub-standard, explain one concrete way you plan on promoting and modeling digital citizenship and responsibility (for a total of 4 concrete teaching strategies).
- BrainPop - BrainPop has a Digital Citizenship section of animated, curricular content that engages students, supports educators, and bolsters achievement.
- Common Sense Media - Common Sense Media, a national nonprofit, offers a free K-12 Digital Literacy and Citizenship curriculum which is comprehensive, research-based, and and includes curriculum with resources for parents.
- Cyberwise - Tips and advice to help educators, parents, and kids use digital media.
- Digital ID - A robust collection of resources, tools, and examples of student work on digital citizenship.
- Digital Passport - A free, online interactive game for upper elementary that teaches the rules of the road for digital citizenship.
- Digizen - UK-based effort with with a free cyberbullying interactive for middle/high school.
- Edmodo - resources in the Digital Citizenship Community
- iKeepSafe - Offers resources for educators.
- Microsoft - Offers free resources around digital citizenship
- Netsmartz - 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.