Digital Citizenship Resource Library

Use the following resources to plan virtual lessons and activities that teach students how to be safer and more responsible when learning online.

Printable Activity — Share with Parents!: Digital Citizenship Pledge
Article: 5 Creative Ways to Teach Digital Citizenship
Infographic: Who Are Digital Natives, and How Do We Make Them Digital Citizens?
On-Demand Webinar: Building Digital Citizens
Infographic: 5 Steps to Teaching the 9 Key P’s of Digital Citizenship
On-Demand Webinar: 9 Key P’s of Digital Citizenship

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