SLIS_761 Digital Citizenship Curation
Resources for K-5 teachers and media specialists to model and teach responsible and ethical online behavior.
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Videos for Elementary Age Students: Informative without being overly scary or alarming.
Professional Reading for Teachers: General theory of digital citizenship pedagogy as well as text geared specifically towards elementary educators.
Videos for Teachers: Quick introductory videos for teachers or older students unfamiliar with the basics of digital citizenship.
Free or Low Cost Posters, Infographics and Bulletin Board Ideas: Eye catching, interactive and sure to spark thoughtful conversation!
Relevant Blog Posts: Define digital citizenship as it pertains to young students and dig deeper into theory and other resources..
Picture Books on Digital Citizenship: Try these fun stories to compliment your digital citizenship lessons. Links to either Beaufort County Public Library or Amazon.
Curriculum Resources designed especially for elementary level teachers and media specialists. Lesson plans ready to go!
Recent News and Studies: Article discussing effects of the pandemic on screen time; a study on the effects of prolonged screen time on young children, and AAP recommendations.
Digital citizenship : teaching strategies and practice from the field
Recent professional text (published in 2019) that gives clear overviews of pedagogical concepts important to digital citizenship, as well as examples of teaching methods. Much of the text is geared towards elementary educators, and appendices at the end contain activities and games geared towards young students such as a robot maze, stories featuring emojis and coloring pages.