If it's online, it must be true!? Teach students how to determine if an online resource is credible. QR codes & websites provided extra practice. Great for paired activity, centers, independent study, or whole-class instruction.
Infographics are great to display throughout the classroom in order to creatively organize and display information. This particular one offers "9 Rules for Digital Citizenship," which is essential to 21st century society. It encompasses digital literacy, financial literacy, media literacy, moral literacy, and global literacy. It offers great outlets for conversations on equal rights, responsible spending, threats with technology, and respectful communication.
Google Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum: The lesson plans are divided into three sections; becoming a digital sleuth, managing digital footprints, and identifying online tricks and scams. By Richard Byrne.