Digital Citizenship Curriculum - Grades 3 to 8
How do digital citizens take responsibility for themselves, their communities, and their world?
How can a strong password help protect your privacy?
How does what I post online affect my identity?
What makes a strong online community?
What should you do when someone uses mean or hurtful language on the internet?
Why do people alter digital photos and videos?
What makes a healthy media choice?
What information about you is OK to share online?
How does our online activity affect the digital footprints of ourselves and others?
How can I be positive and have fun while playing online games, and help others do the same?
How can we be upstanders when we see cyberbullying?
What rights and responsibilities do you have as a creator?
What does media balance mean for me?
What is clickbait and how can you avoid it?
How do gender stereotypes shape our experiences online?
How do you keep online friendships safe?
What is cyberbullying and what can you do to stop it?
What are the important parts of an online news article?
How do we balance digital media use in our lives?
How can you protect yourself from phishing?
What are the benefits and drawbacks of presenting yourself in different ways online?
How do you chat safely with people you meet online?
How can you de-escalate digital drama so it doesn't go too far?
How do we find credible information on the internet?
What is your strategy for finding media balance?
How do companies collect and use data about you?
What is a digital footprint, and what does yours convey?
How does social media affect our relationships?
How can you respond when cyberbullying occurs?
What rights to fair use do you have as a creator?
How does digital media try to hook you, and what can you do about it?
How can you protect your privacy when you're online?
How does using social media affect our digital footprints?
What are the risks and potential consequences of sexting?
How should you respond to online hate speech?
How should we react to breaking news?