Digital Citizenship Resources

Educators should not only be digital citizens themselves, but they should also teach their students how to be respectful digital citizens. Over the past several decades, technology has taken a prominent role in educating all learners, it is up to educators and parents to make sure our children know how to research, interact, and collaborate online safely and appropriately. We have gathered resources to help with the learning and teaching of digital citizenship for all learners. METC also provides many professional learning opportunities for educators and parents to learn more about being a digital citizen, as well as how to support students in this ever-changing journey. 


Digital Citizenship Professional Learning 


Digital Citizenship Resources

Parents

Students

Teachers

Common Sense Parents

Digital Driver's License

Common Sense Education

A Parent's Guide to 21st-Century Learners

Net Reputation

Digital Citizenship in Schools

eSafety

21 Things For Students

InCtrl

Microsoft Digital Skills

ThinkUKnow

NSW Department of Education

NetSmartz

NetSmartz Kids

21 Things For Teachers

Navigating Digital Mindfulness

Cyberwise DigCit Games

iKeepSafe

Cyberwise

NSTeens

Media Education Lab

Living Life Online

That's Not Cool

Carnegie Cyber Academy



Authors of Books  Noteworthy Articles

* Tanya Avrith

Kristen Mattson

Jason Ohler

Mike Ribble

Shelly Sanchez Terrell

Jennifer Casa-Todd 

20 Examples of Digital Citizenship

How to Take Digital Citizenship Schoolwide

Nine Resources for Teaching Digital Citizenship

Top 3 Elements for Student Digital Citizenship

Microsoft Blog: Digital Citizenship