Posted: Tue, 04/12/2016 - 11:05am Updated: Tue, 06/20/2017 - 9:11am

Digital Citizenship

Join the newest Community of Practice designed for all educators committed to learning and sharing digital citizenship lessons. This is an open place to discover new research, discuss best practice, and address challenges. We encourage you to post an introduction and share some background on your role in education. The Digital Citizenship Community serves as our year-round hub for conversation and events. 

PARENTS AS PARTNERS IN DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION

Common Sense Education offers a variety of resources to support schools' efforts. Here are a few of our top picks: The Connecting Families Program, The Remind and Common Sense Digital Citizenship Starter Kit, and because Cyberbullying is always a topic of concern, we are including Stand up to Cyberbullying

NOMINATE AN INDIANA DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP LEADER

Following Indiana Digital Citizenship Week, we will continue to focus on digital citizenship education efforts around the state. Do you know of a classroom, school, or district that has made this work a priority? Nominate them to be featured! Simply email Michelle Green mgreen@doe.in.gov with the subject: Dig Cit Nominee.

PARTICIPATE IN THE SUMMER BOOK CLUB

Digital Citizenship: A Community-Based Approach by Susan BeardenIn preparation for the Indiana Digital Citizenship Week, our INeLearn summer book selection was the newly released Digital Citizenship: A Community-Based Approach by Susan Bearden. If you are not familiar with our book club, visit the eLearning Book Club Blog. Two copies of the book were given away at each of the Summer of eLearning Conferences. The book study began July 25th and covered seven weeks of virtual discussion.

 

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