Digital Etiquette

With the ever changing landscape of technology comes an increasing attention to best uses for families, students and people in the workplace. 

In a recent article I wrote for NCEA, I shared some resources for teaching Digital Etiquette or Citizenship. Links are listed below. 

8 Top Resources for Teaching Digital Etiquette

  1. Netsmartz – Lessons, activities and resources for teaching students of all ages about online safety and digital citizenship
  2. Faith and Safety - A resource guide and a collaboration between The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America
  3. Brainpop – Interactive activities and examples
  4. Common Sense Media – A full-featured site with grade by grade lesson plans, parent resources and more
  5. Research – Zero to Eight – Research on student digital uses
  6. FOSI Family Online Safety Institute – Research and articles for supporting safety such as Online Safety Cards for Kids
  7. Digital Citizenship – Nine principles and accompanying resources
  8. YOU – Last but certainly not least – take the opportunity each day for "teachable moments." Remind students to treat themselves and each other with respect online and follow guidelines for best uses

4 Top Parent Resources for Teaching Online Citizenship and Safety:

  1. Netsmartz Parents Pagehttp://www.netsmartz.org/Parents
  2. Netsmartz Safety Pledges -  http://www.netsmartz.org/Resources/Pledges
  3. Common Sense Media -  https://www.commonsensemedia.org/parent-concerns
  4. Faith and Safety - A resource guide and a collaboration between The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America