Digital Citizenship

Without the free curriculum for Digital Citizenship, districts are looking elsewhere this year for content to remain E-rate compliant. Below is a list of resources as well as a link to an article highlighting one district who created a digital citizenship checklist and full scope and sequence. (Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District chose Common Sense Media for their digital citizenship curriculum)

THE Journal Article "Digital Citizenship: From Compliance to Culture" Three districts are featured in this article.

More Resources

Common Sense Media's K-12 Scope and Sequence provides lesson plans, activities and assessments.

InCrtl ties their curriculum to standards-based lessons.

The South West Grid for Learning Digital Literacy and Citizenship is a comprehensive curriculum that give guidance on how to integrate these topics into existing areas of the school. (Note: from the UK) offers lesson plans, an online educator training program (1 hr), the NetSmartz Student Project Kit and presentations.

Google is offering an online training course to help educators equip students. There are 5 interactive units. Upon completion, educators will receive a downloadable Digital Citizenship and Safety Curriculum that they can use with their students. If you are the coordinator, or technology coach in your district you may choose to take the course yourself and earn the Digital Citizenship and Safety Educator recognition badge. Read more about it through this article: "Bringing Digital Citizenship into the School Curriculum" published September 5, 2017