4 Digital Citizenship Week Resources

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CommonSense Media has a comprehensive and free curriculum dedicated to Digital Citizenship. The activities are organized by grade level chunks and they include lesson plans, posters and videos to engage students in learning at appropriate levels. Be sure to check out the section for parents. Follow 

Digital Citizenship Resources LiveBinder
is a LiveBinder assembled by Vicky Sedgwick. The binder provides a wealth of resources  by grade level and it is organized by nine elements of Digital Citizenship. In addition, there is a useful collection of infographics worth checking out. Follow @VisionsbyVicki

Netsmartz is an educational resource from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children dedicated primarily to Internet Safety and responsible web use. Explore a variety of multimedia resources on the main site, or send students to the NetsmartzKids site for kid-friendly activities. Follow

Avatar Adventures is an interactive learning experience I designed to provide students and teachers with opportunities to build digital citizenship skills while engaging in constructive play. Learn more about Using Avatars to Teach Digital Citizenship on GettingSmart.com. Please consider letting students contribute to one of the Web 2.0 tools in Try-It Territory. Follow @Getting_Smart