Saturday, September 26, 2015

Digital Citizenship

Kudos to MEH and FCCPS for moving forward educating kids about online safety, and for communicating with parents about it.  From the Husky Herald I just recieved:


  • In the past week, MEH students have started Digital Citizenship and Digital Literacy Lessons during flex classes.  The curriculum was developed by Common Sense Media with some additional activities created by MEH teachers. Each grade will complete at least 5 lessons within the first quarter.  Additional activities will be added throughout the year to continue the conversation about digital citizenship and digital literacy.

 
6th grade parents: Ask your students how to spot an email scam or what they should do if they see cyberbullying?
7th grade parents: Ask your students about their stop light for safe on-line talk. Who is a green, yellow or red person?
8th grade parents: Ask your students what makes up their digital footprint. 
 
Check out the parent tip sheet by Common Sense Media: http://www.fccps.org/meh/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=409&Itemid=750

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