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  • Avatar van Joelle Lee
    With our school going to a 1 to 1 device program, there was a need for students to learn about being responsible with their digital devices and how to be safe online. Digital Citizenship helped teach students how to create a user name, knowing what types of information should be kept private, giving credit to the owner of digital information and how to navigate the internet safely. Students also learned how to use an email to communicate with others. I know my students can do these things because of the assessment at the end of Unit 1.
  • Avatar van mevr. Kauhane
    Digital citizenship lets me know that my class knows how to use the internet safely. They know how to respect and treat each other kindly digitally, keeping private information private, how what is posted can leave a digital trail, and using keywords and finding credible sites to reference.
  • Avatar van mej. Martin
    I'm just beginning the process of becoming a certified educator, but I am very excited! I am so lucky to be a teacher in a school that is initiating a "BYOT" program in which students will be able to bring their own technology to be used within the classroom. Any helpful tips/ideas from fellow educators who have been through the either of these situations (as teachers in new BYOT environments or certified educators of Common Sense Media) are welcome!
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    I am proud to have just completed teaching Common Sense Media lessons to a group of 1st graders. I was a bit nervous, but they really learned a lot! I feel better knowing they will be safe this summer when playing online!
  • Avatar van mevr. Payne
    Our school system will be initiating a BYOT program beginning next year. In an effort to help prepare students and staff, I have taken the steps necessary to become certified in Digital Literacy and Citizenship through the Common Sense Media Curriculum.
  • Avatar van mej. raghu
    As a learning support teacher I work with students who have academic difficulty. Very often I have found even middle school students directly copying materials from the internet to complete assignments. Not because they intend to cheat but because they are not aware that it is not the right thing to do. I have tried talking to them about copyright and citation but then discovered readily available lessons to create this awareness after a workshop by Commonsense Media at School. This is what inspired me to get certified.
  • Avatar van mevr. Israelsen
    Our students have been utilizing 1:1 with BYOD devices. We have also given them gmail and google apps accounts. They needed a way to demonstrate their ability to navigage the internet in a responsible way. We decided that requiring all 3rd graders to complete the passport would be a great foundation for a student as they began their road towards creating a digital footprint and staying safe online.
  • Avatar van mej. Sullivan
    Following the success of Digital Passport, and in response to an overwhelming request for a middle school interactive, Common Sense Education is happy to announce the release of our latest interactive learning tool- Digital Compass. Digital Compass is the only educational interative that lets kids explore how decisions made in their digital lives can affect their future and relationships.

    In this animated choose-your-own-adventure interactive, developed for sixth- to ninth graders, students step into the shoes of one of eight characters to experience the twists and turns of daily digital life. Digital Compass rounds out our suite of digital citizenship resources for school children of all ages.

    I encourage you to play Digital Compass and let us know what you think! And join Common Sense Education’s Kelly Mendoza and Brisa Ayub for our next EdWeb Digital Citizenship webinar: Helping Students Make Good Digital Decisions with Digital Compass, to learn how you can implement Digital Compass into your own digital citizenship program.
    Following the success of Digital Passport, and in response to an overwhelming request for a middle school interactive, Common Sense Education is happy to announce the release of our latest interactive learning tool- Digital Compass. Digital Compass is the only educational interative that lets kids explore how decisions made in their digital lives can affect their future and relationships.

    In this animated choose-your-own-adventure interactive, developed for sixth- to ninth graders, students step into the shoes of one of eight characters to experience the twists and...
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  • Avatar van mevr. Powers
    Getting this message as I try to launch Digital Compass from Edmodo... https://www.digitalcompass.org/game/edmodo.ht...
    App NOT available
    • Mevr. Powers - It's about 1:30pm in my Time Zone - Eastern. Still trying.... still not available

      • 16 April, 2015
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      • Mej. Sullivan - I'm sorry for the delay! I see that it is working now. Would love to hear what you think!

        • 16 April, 2015
      • Mevr. Powers - yes - it's working. We let you know what we think. Thanks!

        • 17 April, 2015
    • mevr. Snyder - The Common Sense Media curriculum has empowered our students with the knowledge of what is acceptable behavior, as well as their responsibilities, when they use technology. All of our students use computers and/or ipads, so our teachers are aware of the importance of digital literacy and citizenship. Together, we strive to keep our students safe! The Common Sense Media link on our school website can be accessed by parents so they can explore the curriculum and become aware of the expectations we have for digital literacy and citizenship for our students. This collaboration meer...
      • 15 April, 2015
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    The Common Sense Media curriculum has empowered our students with the knowledge of what is acceptable behavior, as well as their responsibilities, when they use technology. All of our students use computers and/or ipads, so our teachers are aware of the importance of digital literacy and citizenship. Together, we strive to keep our students safe! The Common Sense Media link on our school website can be accessed by parents so they can explore the curriculum and become aware of the expectations we have for digital literacy and citizenship for our students. This collaboration will help us attain our goal of keeping our kids safe with technology.
    The Common Sense Media curriculum has empowered our students with the knowledge of what is acceptable behavior, as well as their responsibilities, when they use technology. All of our students use computers and/or ipads, so our teachers are aware of the importance of digital literacy and citizenship. Together, we strive to keep our students safe! The Common Sense Media link on our school website can be accessed by parents so they can explore the curriculum and become aware of the expectations we have for digital literacy and citizenship for our students. This collaboration...
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Common Sense Media is dedicated to helping educators by providing news, tips, advice, curriculum, and professional development resources for educators integrating digital citizenship and technology in the classroom.

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