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  • Ms. Dale's avatar
    I want to be a digital citizenship teacher because in today's technological age it's important to teach student how to make the right decisions online and in life.
    • Mrs. Reid - I love teaching digital citizenship on Edmodo, because it is vital to know how to operate in a digital world today. It will be even more so in the world our students will be entering when they leave school.

      • Aug 25, 2015
  • Ms. Sullivan's avatar
    Want to start your digital citizenship lessons on the right foot? Entertain and engage your students with animated musical videos!

    For elementary students: in Pause & Think Online, animated characters demonstrate how to be safe, responsible, and respectful offline and online. By focusing on different body parts, the characters illustrate how to pause and think online.

    Oversharing: Think Before you Post was made in collaboration with our partner Flocabulary, the experts in educational hip-hop, this animated music video raps about the hazards of oversharing online and emphasizes a thoughtful approach to digital footprints. Tweens, teens, and adults can laugh and learn about the ups and downs of communicating and connecting in the digital world.

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    Want to start your digital citizenship lessons on the right foot? Entertain and engage your students with animated musical videos!

    For elementary students: in Pause & Think Online, animated characters demonstrate how to be safe, responsible, and respectful offline and online. By focusing on different body parts, the characters illustrate how to pause and think online.

    Oversharing: Think Before you Post was made in collaboration with our partner Flocabulary, the experts in educational hip-hop, this animated music video raps about the hazards of oversharing...
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    • Mrs. Giuliato - Thanks for te videos...

      • Aug 25, 2015
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      • Mrs. Kahlweiss - Those are both good videos for the students. I will print the poster of the 10 top things and put it up in my class.

        • Yesterday
      • Mrs. Kahlweiss - Thank you for this partnership with CCM, I have been using that site for many years. It is great to have it in Edmodo.

        • Yesterday
      • Buffy Hamilton - Is there a page with copyright friendly graphics/images we can use on our website? Also, do you have any widgets we can use as well? Thank you.

        • Aug 20, 2015
      • Carol Mayo - If you will go to Lamar Consolidated ISD's iCafe site: http://icafe.lcisd.org/presentations/tcea/ and look at the Friday presentation by Jeff Patterson on Free Copyright Friendly Resources you will find a wealth of great resources!

        • Aug 20, 2015
      • Buffy Hamilton - I actually feel very good about finding copyright friendly sources! I was actually asking specifically for materials from Common Sense Media with logos that we might use (like one might do with ALA Graphics) to help promote our digital citizenship certification campaign. I've searched their website and not found very much in terms of promotional graphics and widgets. Thank you for the link to that page!

        • Aug 20, 2015
    • Ms. Brown - My middle school is applying for Common Sense Media Certified School status in preparation for a staged district roll-out of 1:1 devices for students. We want our students to be responsible citizens in the "real"AND virtual worlds!

      • Aug 20, 2015
  • Buffy Hamilton's avatar
    Is there a page with copyright friendly graphics/images we can use on our website? Also, do you have any widgets we can use as well? Thank you.
    • Carol Mayo - If you will go to Lamar Consolidated ISD's iCafe site: http://icafe.lcisd.org/presentations/tcea/ and look at the Friday presentation by Jeff Patterson on Free Copyright Friendly Resources you will find a wealth of great resources!

      • Aug 20, 2015
    • Buffy Hamilton - I actually feel very good about finding copyright friendly sources! I was actually asking specifically for materials from Common Sense Media with logos that we might use (like one might do with ALA Graphics) to help promote our digital citizenship certification campaign. I've searched their website and not found very much in terms of promotional graphics and widgets. Thank you for the link to that page!

      • Aug 20, 2015
  • Ms. Brown's avatar
    My middle school is applying for Common Sense Media Certified School status in preparation for a staged district roll-out of 1:1 devices for students. We want our students to be responsible citizens in the "real"AND virtual worlds!
    • Mrs. Johnson - That sounds interesting, tell me more about that.

      • Aug 20, 2015
    • Ms. Sullivan - Fantastic!! Mrs. Johnson, the Common Sense Digital Citizenship Certified School Program recognizes the work schools and educators are doing to integrate digital citizenship in their schools using Common Sense Education resources: https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/ce... We will open applications for the 2015-2016 school year in early September. Please let me know if you have any questions!

      • Aug 20, 2015
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  • Mrs. Kliewer's avatar
    We are implementing digital citizenship into our homeroom this year and I'm excited to find resources here!
  • Mr. Butler's avatar
    Anyone else not able to access the collection? I'm getting the spinning wheel of doom.
  • Ms. Sullivan's avatar
    Ready for a fantastic new way to engage your students? Common Sense Education and Nearpod have partnered up! You can now access the K-12 Common Sense Digital Citizenship curriculum on Nearpod's flipped classroom platform! Check it out and let us know what you think!
    • Mrs. Raschke - I am confused. I filled out information about my school and myself. I could not find and resource to check out. I did find a place where they are going to charge me something to purchase. I even called them and they told me that they just wanted statistical data. I do not want to obligate my district to an anyone; I do not have the authority.

      • Aug 19, 2015
    • Ms. Sullivan - You should have been able to view sample lessons without purchasing anything. My apologies, the link was closer to the bottom of the page. Please let me know if this link doesn't work: https://app.nearpod.com/#/presentation?pin=BH...

      • Aug 20, 2015
    • Mrs. Ritzman - I agree with Mrs. Raschke. I think it is a wonderful idea to teach this information, but I cannot obligate my school with purchasing it. I think Edmodo should supply it because they are the "digital" device we are using. :😀

      • Aug 29, 2015
  • Ms. Sullivan's avatar
    Does it take a village to protect student privacy? Yes! Vote on Common Sense Education's proposed SXSWedu session and share the importance of this topic and your interest in attending and learning from the session!: http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/vote/51533!
  • Ms. Sullivan's avatar
    Are you looking for more dig cit resources or a little inspiration? This PDF features Richard Byrne's favorite digital citizenship resources for elementary, middle, and high school students. Do you have more to add?
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Connect with other educators to discuss best practices and tips for teaching students about digital citizenship. Check out the Collection area for the Digital Citizenship Starter Kit!

Kindergarten - 12th