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7 Tips and 1 Activity to Help Digital Citizens Engage with Empathy
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Educator and author Kristen Mattson, Ed.D., has a bone to pick with a lot of the digital citizenship curricula used in schools today. Too much of it, she says, focuses on what not to do, and it rarely addresses the opportunities and responsibilities of the digital world. In addition, much of it is isolated from any real context and doesn’t give students many opportunities to practice their skills as citizens of digital communities. This article explores strategies to help digital citizens engage with empathy.

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Professional Learning
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Reading
Provider:
International Society for Technology in Education
Author:
Dr. Kristen Mattson
Date Added:
10/02/2023
9 Resources for Teaching Digital Citizenship
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This article describes how teachers can effectively teach digital citizenship and provides resources to help teachers learn more about weaving digital citizenship throughout instruction.

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Professional Learning
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Reading
Provider:
International Society for Technology in Education
Author:
Nicole Crueger
Date Added:
10/02/2023
Be Internet Awesome Curriculum - Unit 02: Be Internet Alert
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Unit 2 of Google’s digital safety curriculum is focused on teaching students to steer clear of scammers, fakers, info that doesn't help and other Internet stuff that tries to trick your brain - and learning how to find the good stuff.

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Media and Communications
Material Type:
Unit of Study
Provider:
Google
Date Added:
10/04/2023
Be Internet Awesome: Don't Fall For Fake, Vocabulary
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This resource is a Google Slides/Pear Deck lesson you can use in your classroom. Many details that raise "red flags" for adults can go overlooked by kids. Help them learn what they are, what to look for, and how to "trust their gut" when they encounter suspicious or possibly harmful emails, websites, and apps.

Subject:
Media and Communications
Material Type:
Lesson
Provider:
Google
Date Added:
10/04/2023
Be Internet Awesome: Don't Fall for Fake, Lesson 1 - Pop ups, catfishing, and other scams
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This resource is a Google Slides/Pear Deck lesson you can use in your classroom. Many details that raise "red flags" for adults can go overlooked by kids. Help them learn what they are, what to look for, and how to "trust their gut" when they encounter suspicious or possibly harmful emails, websites, and apps.

Subject:
Media and Communications
Material Type:
Lesson
Provider:
Google
Date Added:
10/04/2023
Be Internet Awesome: Don't Fall for Fake, Lesson 2 - Who's this 'talking to me'?
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This resource is a Google Slides/Pear Deck lesson you can use in your classroom. Many details that raise "red flags" for adults can go overlooked by kids. Help them learn what they are, what to look for, and how to "trust their gut" when they encounter suspicious or possibly harmful emails, websites, and apps.

Subject:
Media and Communications
Material Type:
Lesson
Provider:
Google
Date Added:
10/04/2023
Be Internet Awesome: It’s Cool to be Kind, Lesson 1.1 - Noticing feelings
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This resource is a Google Slides/Pear Deck lesson you can use in your classroom. The "golden rule" is just as important online as it is "IRL". The internet can be a truly great place to learn when comments, conversations, and content are positive. Help students see how to make choices that disempower bullying behaviour and create healthy, productive spaces to interact.

Subject:
Media and Communications
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Lesson
Provider:
Google
Date Added:
10/04/2023
Be Internet Awesome: It’s Cool to be Kind, Lesson 1.2 - Practicing empathy
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This resource is a Google Slides/Pear Deck lesson you can use in your classroom. The "golden rule" is just as important online as it is "IRL". The internet can be a truly great place to learn when comments, conversations, and content are positive. Help students see how to make choices that disempower bullying behaviour and create healthy, productive spaces to interact.

Subject:
Media and Communications
Material Type:
Lesson
Provider:
Google
Date Added:
10/04/2023
Be Internet Awesome: It’s Cool to be Kind, Lesson 2.1 - Yout kindness gram
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This resource is a Google Slides/Pear Deck lesson you can use in your classroom. The "golden rule" is just as important online as it is "IRL". The internet can be a truly great place to learn when comments, conversations, and content are positive. Help students see how to make choices that disempower bullying behaviour and create healthy, productive spaces to interact.

Subject:
Media and Communications
Material Type:
Lesson
Provider:
Google
Date Added:
10/04/2023