Ideas and resources for teaching digital citizenship

03/2/2012 | KQED.org

There are numerous online resources for teaching students about digital citizenship, from protecting their information online to dealing with cyberbullying. The writer of this blog post highlights free resources available from Common Sense Media, CyberWise and the U.S. Education Department. Such programs are complemented by educators, including Shannon McClintock Miller, who models responsible online use and utilizes social media in her classes.

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