Implementing Digital Citizenship District-wide
How can a school district educate each and every student to be a safe, responsible, respectful digital citizen? In the edWeb.net Digital Citizenship community’s last webinar, attendees learned how Kent School District in Kent, Washington is teaching 28,000 students digital citizenship skills every year. Greg Whiteman and Laurie Kirkland shared how Kent created and implemented its own digital citizenship scope and sequence for grades 1-12, training teachers at all grade levels and having them teach digital citizenship across content areas. Greg and Laurie also shared how Kent has educated and engaged parents, including details about their yearly tech expo. They discussed the entire journey of this program, from its launch in 2011 right through 2014 when Kent was the first district to be certified in digital citizenship by Common Sense for their large-scale work on integrating digital citizenship. View the webinar to learn how to help your district integrate digital citizenship and create a positive school climate around media and technology.
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Digital Citizenship is a professional learning community (PLC) that provides ideas and discussions about how to help kids be safe, responsible, and respectful participants in a digital world. This community will help you stay connected, share ideas, and get support from colleagues on issues such as: cyberbullying, privacy, digital footprints, copyright and plagiarism, information literacy, and Internet safety.
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