Digital Citizenship

Resources for Teaching Digital Citizenship

This collection of resources continues to grow! If you have suggestions, ideas, or resources to share here, email Mary Jo Richmond.

CommonSense Media - Elementary Resources          Secondary Resources          Additional Resources
 
NetSmartz.org  -- Keeping Kids and Teens Safer on the Internet.
 
Cyber-Safety.com  -- A website dedicated to keeping kids safe in a wired world.
 
iSafe  -- A website from the leader in e-Safety education.
 
SafeKids -- One of the oldest and most enduring sites for Internet safety.
 
SafeTeens  -- A place for teens and parents to learn how to use the Internet safely.
 
Internet Safety – PBS Kids Get your web license -- Learn the rules of the road to drive on the Internet highway! You can print out their driver’s license and have students sign it to prove they are ready to drive.
 
Internet Safety at Tumble books through the FCPL web site
Movies: “Little Red in Cyberspace” and “Surfing Safely”
Games: “Little Red in Cyberspace”

 
 
 
 
Blogging Etiquette for Students

 
BrainPOP -- free Digital Citizenship resources available during the month of September, as part of National Cyber Awareness month. Click on the Spotlight section or search digital citizenship.