Digital Citizenship

Get started with learning about Digital Citizenship by watching some of the videos produced by Planet Nutshell and others, and then click on the resources to find out even more!

Internet Safety

Grades K-3 Grades 4-6 Grades 7-12
  • Students: Find more resources for learning about Internet Safety here.
  • Teachers: Find more resources for learning about Internet Safety here.
  • Parents: Find more resources for learning about Internet Safety here.

Privacy and Security

What is personal information, and what can you share- and with whom?

Grades K-3 Grades 4-6 Grades 7-12
  • Students: Find more resources for learning about Privacy and Security here.
  • Teachers: Find more resources for learning about Privacy and Security here.
  • Parents: Find more resources for learning about Privacy and Security here.

Cyberbullying and Digital Drama

Grades K-3 Grades 4-6 Grades 7-12
  • Students: Find more resources for learning about Cyberbullying here.
  • Teachers: Find more resources for learning about Cyberbullying here.
  • Parents: Find more resources for learning about Cyberbullying here.

Digital Footprint

Grades K-3 Grades 4-6 Grades 7-12
  • Students: Find more resources for learning about Digital Footprints here.
  • Teachers: Find more resources for learning about Digital Footprints here.
  • Parents: Find more resources for learning about Digital Footprints here.

Copyright and Creative Credit

Creative Commons Giving Credit Copyright
  • Students: Find more resources for learning about Copyright here.
  • Teachers: Find more resources for learning about Copyright here.
  • Parents: Find more resources for learning about Copyright here.

Games and Simulations to learn about Digital Citizenship:

As found on the Global Digital Citizens Foundation.

Webonauts AcademyPBS Kids offers the Webonauts Academy in which elementary school students can learn about safe online behaviors. When students have completed all of the Webonauts missions they will graduate from the Webonauts Academy.

 

Screen Shot 2016-03-10 at 12.47.02 The Council of Europe offers a game called Through the Wild Web Woods. Through the Wild Web Woods is designed for students ages seven through ten to learn how to spot danger on the Internet and what to do when they do spot danger on the Internet. The game is available in twenty-four languages.

 

Screen Shot 2016-03-10 at 12.51.42AT&T’s Safety Land is a game through which kids learn and practice recognizing danger on the Internet. The game is set in the city of “Safety Land.” As students navigate from building to building in Safety Land they are confronted with a series of scenarios and questions to respond to.

For teachers, use these games and curricula with your students: