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Common Sense Education May 13
Are you using our digital citizenship curriculum in your classroom? You can earn recognition as a Common Sense Educator!
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Common Sense Education May 19
Cyberbullying is something most families hope they never have to deal with. But if your students are texting, sharing photos, and posting comments, it’s important to talk to them about how to handle online harassment.
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Thea Clark May 14
First graders learning strategies to be upstanders! Using Stick and Stone as mentor text. My ❤️ on the perspective of playing with a bully! to share our strategies!
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Common Sense Education May 18
Use this video to give your students a framework for making informed media choices and to help them find media balance in their lives.
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Karen Haase 17h
This phenomenon is alive and well in among Nebraska MS & HS students; the implications for , & predation are serious. Adults need to understand that these online relationships are REAL.
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Abbey Taylor 2h
Want to learn more about Digital Citizenship and how to encourage students to keep those skills throughout the summer? Check out this free webinar linked below for K-12 teachers to help students prepare to have a fun, summer!
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Bonnie Jean Nicholas 3h
I'm going to try incorporating content curation into my CLB 7 class this term. Information management is an essential skill.
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Common Sense Education May 18
Want to learn the basics of teaching students how to think critically, behave safely, and participate responsibly in the digital world? Take this free 1-hour tutorial to get an introduction to our Digital Citizenship Curriculum!
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Gail Desler 3h
Hey, ⁦⁩, guess what was waiting for me on my doorstep when I came home today?!?
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ISTE May 19
9 resources for teaching digital citizenship →
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Common Sense Education 9h
Let’s chat about avoiding the pitfalls on social media! Join , Common Sense Education, and , NYCDOE, Thursday, May 30th 6:30 EST!
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Sue Scheff 12h
is fast-approaching. More is typically more time. be mindful that behavior can impact your future: MT
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Merve Lapus💬 May 14
Opinion | Deepfakes are coming. We’re not ready.
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Common Sense Education May 17
Teachers everywhere agree: 91% of classroom educators say digital citizenship programs are effective in preparing students as learners and leaders in today's increasingly tech-driven world.
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edublogs 14h
Thank you and for this great article about the Student Blogging Challenge! 🌐
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EdHacked May 17
How to prepare children for a world of
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Merve Lapus💬 6h
Why We Can't Afford Whitewashed Social-Emotional Learning
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Stacy Brown May 14
Learning from attorney David Katz about the law and technology usage
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Which Digital Citizenship Skills Do Students Need Most? | Common Sense Education by
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Christopher J. Nesi 🎙 May 16
If I had a nickel for every tweet I compose and ultimately don't tweet I would be retired... ...with a lot of nickels.
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