How to teach digital citizenship at school, home

06/23/2014 | eSchool News (free registration)

For today's students, learning digital citizenship is seen as a necessity in schools, classrooms and homes. Educators and experts in this article suggest that digital policies be written as more than a list of don'ts, but rather as a vehicle for teaching students to behave ethically online. Schools also should develop mantras that summarize their digital citizenship programs, and parents should get involved at home by keeping an open dialogue with students about their online interactions.

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