3D. Reflection and Additional Resources
www.iste.org/standards/for-educatorsYou 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-E (standards 3a-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.