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Digital citizenship is about building safe spaces and communities, understanding how to manage personal information, and about being internet savvy. A recent technology survey by Sonoma County school districts found that digital citizenship was among the highest-ranked areas of need cited by respondents. How can K-12 schools support learning about digital citizenship? One strategy is to have agreed-upon content that students at all grade levels consider each month. To support this effort, SCOE is featuring monthly, grade-specific resources from Common Sense Media that focus on a specific monthly theme. Access grade-specific digital citizenship resources here.

Digital Citizenship Resources

Common Sense Media is an excellent resource for digital citizenship tips as well as curriculum. Access Common Sense Media digital citizenship curriculum here.