What is Digital Citizenship? Essentially, it is responsible technology use rooted in community awareness. In order to be practice good digital citizenship, you must consider how your actions online can compromise your safety, and also of those (virtually) around you. In recent years, many school districts have begun implementing digital citizenship education for educators and … Continue reading Your Digital Citizenship Resource Guide
How edtech in school districts has evolved since the rise of 1:1 and the Common Core.
Work with your students to end cyberbullying by using these technology-based resources.
As cyberbullying rates reach an all time high among young adults, what are parents and teachers to do? Yes, Anti-Bullying Laws do exist and cyberbullying is ILLEGAL! Laws vary by state, but cover the necessities. According to the Cyberbullying Research Center, while only 23 states directly mention “cyberbullying”, 48 states include protection against electronic harassment. … Continue reading Cyberbullying Prevention for the Classroom
Teens are already notorious for taunting their peers, and now technology has provided another avenue for adolescents to become involved in destructive behavior. Thus began the rise of cyberbullying: bullying via electronic communication usually occurring in the form of mean-spirited and particularly harmful messages. The fact that 88% of young adults use cell phones regularly … Continue reading How to Protect Kids from Cyberbullying