Back in the days when technology lived in a computer lab, students were often advised on the narrow topics of cyber safety/internet safety as well as cyberbullying.
While still vital concepts, changes in technology use have given rise to a broader range of important concepts such as digital reputation, etiquette, copyright, health and wellness, and more.
These concepts are generally now defined as coming under the umbrella of digital citizenship.
To find out more about the best approach to teaching digital citizenship, check out my post from November, 2017
I have also written a post about communicating with parents on the topics of technology use, digital citizenship and internet safety.
Want to learn more about digital footprints? Check out this 2018 post that breaks down how to cover this important topic in the classroom.
These three posts all contain posters (PDF and PNG) which you are free to display, print, or share.
Below are some older posts that I have written about internet safety and digital citizenship. I am working through updating them in 2018 🙂
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