Digital Citizenship Network

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The Digital Citizenship Network supports educators in ensuring the appropriate, safe and responsible use of technology. The Digital Citizenship Network offers perspective and structure for learning with technology, providing examples of how educators can use technology appropriately and responsibly to help students become more creative, resourceful and interactive with peers around the world.


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  • The BIA games are fantastic. The kids really like them and - unlike Common Sense - you can't get away with button mashing. Lesson wise, both programs have their strong and weaker points. Like others have said, we also mix and match. ------------------------------ ...

  • Google has some great lessons and all aligned by grade level. They have great curriculum guides too.  I actually bounce in between that and Common Sense as I love their curriculum. I sometimes also hit MiTech kids https://www.remc.org/mitechkids/   Honestly ...

  • I have use the curriculum for the last few years with 6th graders, and I feel that it is a very solid curriculum. However, I always interject information that I feel the curriculum is missing or bring up topics that are connected but not discussed. ------------------------------ ...

  • I was looking for some feedback from teachers who have used the Digital Citizenship program from Common Sense Education but now use Google's Be Internet Awesome. I teach grade 4 (aged 9 & 10). Thanks. ------------------------------ Matt Bulger Primary ...