Digital Citizenship

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  • Mrs. Wells's avatar
    Our school is a Common Sense Signature School. As a 1:1 school, it is imperative that our children know how to be safe on the internet and to understand at an early age that just because it is on the internet doesn't mean it's true.
  • Mr. Dirindin's avatar
    I am a full time Instructional Technology Coach / Media Specialist at Black Forest Hills Elementary in Cherry Creek School District in Aurora, CO. Our school opened 3 years ago with about 350 iPads. K-2 had 10 iPads in a class and 3-5 were 1:1. Digital Citizenship has been a focus of our school since we opened. Our school community is also passionate about 21st century learning. I'm excited to participate in the Common Sense Media PLN and to continue to use the most helpful resources provided.
  • Mrs. Walker's avatar
    I am a full time itinerant librarian at two K-5 elementary schools in Loudoun County, Virginia a district that is also moving towards the Bring Your Own Device Technology. In fact, one of my schools has been selected to participate in this pilot program for the 2015-2016 school year. With that in mind it is more important than ever to teach students how to be good digital citizens. I have found students to very responsive to the lesson plans and activities provided by Common Sense Media. I find myself looking to Common Sense Media not only as an educator but as a parent and certainly referred friends to the website as well!
    I am a full time itinerant librarian at two K-5 elementary schools in Loudoun County, Virginia a district that is also moving towards the Bring Your Own Device Technology. In fact, one of my schools has been selected to participate in this pilot program for the 2015-2016 school year. With that in mind it is more important than ever to teach students how to be good digital citizens. I have found students to very responsive to the lesson plans and activities provided by Common Sense Media. I find myself looking to Common Sense Media not only as an educator but as a parent and...
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    • Ms. Van Der Wel - Hi, we are using Common Sense Media also. Great resources as you said for students, teachers and parents.

      • 8 hours ago
  • Jennifer Painter's avatar
    I love using technology in my classroom. It is important to teach my students about being responsible digital citizens so that they can safely access all of the online tools available to them.
  • Ms. Sullivan's avatar
    With the launch of Digital Compass, a choose-your-own adventure interactive for kids in grades 6-9. Digital Compass helps kids explore how the decisions they make in their digital lives can impact their relationships and futures.

    On the eve of the launch, Common Sense's Brisa Ayub spoke with Dr. Michael Carter, a cognitive development expert and gaming guru, on how an interactive like Digital Compass can be beneficial in the classroom. Read the full interview below.

    Have you used games in the classroom to support your lessons (digital citizenship and beyond)? What have you found to be successful?
    With the launch of Digital Compass, a choose-your-own adventure interactive for kids in grades 6-9. Digital Compass helps kids explore how the decisions they make in their digital lives can impact their relationships and futures.

    On the eve of the launch, Common Sense's Brisa Ayub spoke with Dr. Michael Carter, a cognitive development expert and gaming guru, on how an interactive like Digital Compass can be beneficial in the classroom. Read the full interview below.

    Have you used games in the classroom to support your lessons (digital citizenship...
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  • Kelly James's avatar
    I am a 6th grade Language Arts teacher in a Virginia middle school. Our district is moving towards the one to the world/BYOD instructional practice, making it imperative to teach our students digital citizenship and literacy. Because of my district's move to the BYOD plan and the accurate, engaging material Common Sense provides, I decided to become a Digital Citizenship Certified Educator.
  • Dr. Morales's avatar
    I am a 6th grade Language Arts teacher. My district is moving towards BYOT. I decided to be a Digital Citizenship Certified Educator to help my students with digital literacy and citizenship using Common Sense material.
  • Mrs. Carpenter's avatar
    I am a Technology Resource Teacher in Loudoun County, Virginia. With BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) on the horizon in Loudoun County , digital citizenship is an important component that we should be including in our curriculum. I want to become a Digital Citizenship Certified Educator because I want the children and staff to not only know how to use the technology we have and the resources available to them but to show them ways to keep them safe while doing so. Common Sense Media provides some great resources and opportunities for me to reach that goal with my students and staff.
  • Christy Casetta's avatar
    I am the librarian at a K-5 school in Virginia. As our district is moving to a more 1-1 community, it has become even more important to teach our students digital citizenship. We will have many schools operating under a BYOD plan. I chose to become a Digital Citizenship Certified Educator because as a librarian I am dedicated to teaching children not only how to find information but how to use the tools which give us information correctly and in a positive manner. I believe Common Sense Media provides the tools students need from the very beginning to become informed, responsible users of all types of media.
    I am the librarian at a K-5 school in Virginia. As our district is moving to a more 1-1 community, it has become even more important to teach our students digital citizenship. We will have many schools operating under a BYOD plan. I chose to become a Digital Citizenship Certified Educator because as a librarian I am dedicated to teaching children not only how to find information but how to use the tools which give us information correctly and in a positive manner. I believe Common Sense Media provides the tools students need from the very beginning to become informed, responsible...
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  • Ms. Sullivan's avatar
    Looking for a fun and interactive way to teach Digital Citizenship and Literacy? Common Sense is excited to announce the release of our latest interactive learning tool— Digital Compass. Digital Compass is the only educational interactive that gives kids the freedom to explore how decisions made in their digital lives can impact their future and their relationships. Designed for middle-schoolers, Digital Compass invites students to explore digital dilemmas, make good and not so -good decisions, and encourages them try out possible solutions, all without risking their real-world reputations.

    Check it out and let us know what you think!
    Looking for a fun and interactive way to teach Digital Citizenship and Literacy? Common Sense is excited to announce the release of our latest interactive learning tool— Digital Compass. Digital Compass is the only educational interactive that gives kids the freedom to explore how decisions made in their digital lives can impact their future and their relationships. Designed for middle-schoolers, Digital Compass invites students to explore digital dilemmas, make good and not so -good decisions, and encourages them try out possible solutions, all without risking their real-world...
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Kindergarten - 12th