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  • Avatar de Mme Fisher
    Our school became committed to implementing formal digital citizenship and literacy training in our Lower School this year. Last year was my first year as Technology Specialist and I used bits and pieces of lesson plans to teach students about privacy, searcing, credibility, etc. (This was my first year in Tech after 21 years in the classroom.)

    Last year in March, I discovered Commonsense Media and felt like I had hit the motherlode! I shared the resources with our Head of Lower School, and we decided to have formal instruction in the 2014/2015 school year. It has been quite successful. I also appreciate the parent resources. I feel more confident in recommending ganes and websites to parents when they are rated by Commonsense

    Every lower school teacher has completed the video training and several of them use Graphite as a resource. I hope to bring the instruction to our Kindergarteners next year. We are very proud of what we have done so far, but plan on carrying it further next year.
    Our school became committed to implementing formal digital citizenship and literacy training in our Lower School this year. Last year was my first year as Technology Specialist and I used bits and pieces of lesson plans to teach students about privacy, searcing, credibility, etc. (This was my first year in Tech after 21 years in the classroom.)

    Last year in March, I discovered Commonsense Media and felt like I had hit the motherlode! I shared the resources with our Head of Lower School, and we decided to have formal instruction in the 2014/2015 school year. It...
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  • Avatar de patricia Smith
    I believe the awareness level of 21st Century Technology skills is imperative through project based learning focusing on Common Sense Media lessons. Our students are using technology through different mediums and I fully believe students need to learn important lessons through the digital citizenship curriculum. I have been inspired to achieve certification on Digital Citizenship and Literacy because of the plethora of resources and lesson based materials for the students.
  • Avatar de fanny passeport
    Hi everyone!
    I am Fanny Passeport, French Teacher and tech educator at Stonehill International School, Bangalore (India). I have co-taught three lessons from Common Sense Media on Digital Citizenship to Grade 8 students with the Counselor of my school. My colleague and I had great time interacting with the kids on this topic and are looking forward to start using the Digital Compass App :)
    I was inspired to go for the certificate on Digital Citizenship and Literacy because of a colleague in another school who introduced me to the resources. I found the material very good and the lesson plans are great though I could never finish all the activities within an hour. I liked to implement the topics, follow lesson plans and add my own touch to them. For instance, I liked to show this awesome video with branching so kids realize that they need to be upstanders, that they always have choice and they can also empathize with the victim of cyber-bullying.
    Hi everyone!
    I am Fanny Passeport, French Teacher and tech educator at Stonehill International School, Bangalore (India). I have co-taught three lessons from Common Sense Media on Digital Citizenship to Grade 8 students with the Counselor of my school. My colleague and I had great time interacting with the kids on this topic and are looking forward to start using the Digital Compass App :)
    I was inspired to go for the certificate on Digital Citizenship and Literacy because of a colleague in another school who introduced me to the resources. I found the material very...
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  • Avatar de Mlle Miller
    Our school in Loudoun County, Virginia is also looking forward to incorporating "Bring Your Own Technology" into our classrooms next year. With this prospect, it is very important to the staff and parents that students learn about digital literacy to become better digital citizens. Students are learning now how to be safe and more efficient in the digital world so adding in devices and technology will be a natural progression. The Common Sense Scope and Sequence has been a great resource to start us off on this adventure!
  • Avatar de Mlle Sullivan
    With texting, instant messaging (IM), videoconferencing, and e-mail there are new norms and rules for how people are interacting. Are you teaching your students the who, what, where, when, how of communicating in this digital landscape? If so, what have you found to be the most effective? What have you found to be the biggest challenge?
    • Mme Merlet - You are so right Mr. Vales. My students can't fathom this idea either.

      • 24 April, 2015
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      • Mlle Sullivan - It's such a difficult concept for students to grasp- especially at that developmental stage! Have you found lessons that begin to give them an understanding of the longevity of their digital footprint?

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      • M. Vales - Nothing that I would say is dependable.
        No demonstration either.
        I would suggest that an element of this is the fact that, by definition, students are young and inexperienced. This means their sense of time and the size of the world is skewed.
        BUT, I would gladly take suggestions.

        • il y a 10 heures
    • M. Wainaina - The Trillion Dollar Footprint has been an amazing revelation to my students. Identifying individual statements in the profiles and then identifying the inconsistencies was a lightbulb moment for them. Being a school founded on 21st Century learning, Digital Citizenship has been a handy resource for the students.

      • 24 April, 2015
  • Avatar de M. Wainaina
    The Trillion Dollar Footprint has been an amazing revelation to my students. Identifying individual statements in the profiles and then identifying the inconsistencies was a lightbulb moment for them. Being a school founded on 21st Century learning, Digital Citizenship has been a handy resource for the students.
  • Avatar de Teresa Cronce
    I enjoy teaching the Common Sense Media Program to all 850 of my students that I teach in library classes at two elementary schools I work at. It is vitally important that students become responsible, safe,and ethical users of technology. In teaching K-6 students I have found that digital citizenship is really the core of all technology use. Starting early is key in preparing students to do this.
  • Avatar de Mme Clark
    As students of 21st century learning, it is vital that our students have a solid understanding of their opportunities and their responsibilities as they use all media resources, but especially those using the internet. With the upcoming BYOT(Bring your own device), This motivated me to want to begin explicit education and tools to Pinebrook students. I hope you will share how these lessons have impacted your classroom lessons and home use...
  • Avatar de Mlle Schultz
    I’m passionate about helping students thrive in the digital world. We can’t assume they understand social media and the unwritten rules or implications it may have. It’s imperative that they be taught how to properly navigate technology and how to contribute in a helpful and proper manner. The Common Sense Curriculum is an amazing resource! I have found their videos and accompanying curriculum to be excellent for teaching these topics. The students like the videos and the provided questions are a great way to engage all students during the lessons. I have been using their curriculum for years, and I'm excited to become a Digital Citizenship Certified Educator.
    I’m passionate about helping students thrive in the digital world. We can’t assume they understand social media and the unwritten rules or implications it may have. It’s imperative that they be taught how to properly navigate technology and how to contribute in a helpful and proper manner. The Common Sense Curriculum is an amazing resource! I have found their videos and accompanying curriculum to be excellent for teaching these topics. The students like the videos and the provided questions are a great way to engage all students during the lessons. I have been using their...
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  • Avatar de Mme Wells
    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.
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