June has arrived and many events are happening. Our final activity for Digital Citizenship is on “Creative Credit and Copyright”. You will find the link here. You can also go to any of the previous activities on the site as well.
Our Digital Citizenship topic for May is “Cyberbullying”. Details and conversation starters for teachers, classes, and parents are on our digital citizenship site. Head on over – it is a conversation worth having.
Don’t forget the digital citizenship contest for classes. More information is on the site.
Have you ever walked on a sandy beach or a muddy trail, turned around only to see your footprints clearly left behind? The same thing happens when you enter the web world but the difference is your online activity can leave a permanent trail… a digital footprint that is a reflection of who you are. As every digital citizen has a significant amount of control over what is shared and how it is shared, what kind of footprint do you want to create as you walk in your daily digital path?
Don’t sweat! Your digital presence and reputation is in your hands. Choose to build a positive online identity – one that truly represents the kind of person you want to be. Before you share, stop and think about the identity you are choosing to build and maintain, and reflect on how it will affect your reputation now and in the future. Take pride in your digital footprint at any age. People in all walks of life will respond well to a positive online representation of you whether you are 10 or 110! Click here for classroom activities. Visit our Digital Citizenship blog for additional information and resources.