To sift through the vast quantities of misleading information presented to us each day, we need to develop the skills that will inform us how to avoid being misled.
To create well-informed citizens, we need to recognize filter bubbles and the impact they have on our information universe.
To be effective consumers of digital information, students need to be able to acknowledge and identify bias in all forms of media.
For our students to be informed and productive participants in the American democracy, they need to be able to effectively evaluate the credibility of online resources.
Explore the ABCs of evaluating online resources as a way to turn your students into credibility detectives who can effectively evaluate the trustworthiness of online resources.
Enhance classroom netiquette and learn how to diminish cyberbullying among your students.
Learn about the difference between passive and active screen time and how to integrate more active screen time.
Uncover ways to empower your students to create a positive digital footprint.
Explore why digital citizenship is so important and learn more about what it means for both you and your students.
Discover five ways to help you increase digital citizenship in your classroom.
Help students stay safe online with strategies that promote positive connections.
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