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CyberWise Guide to Digital Citizenship

CyberWise Guide to Digital Citizenship

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Published by Diana Graber
A simple guide to help grownups understand why digital citizenship is the first step towards media literacy in the 21st century. Accompanies the CyberWise Guide to Digital Citizenship at http://www.cyberwise.org
A simple guide to help grownups understand why digital citizenship is the first step towards media literacy in the 21st century. Accompanies the CyberWise Guide to Digital Citizenship at http://www.cyberwise.org

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Published by: Diana Graber on Jun 02, 2012
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How To Use This Guide
This guide accompanies the
CyberWise Guide to DigitalCitizenship
(which hopefully you just watched). If you are readingthis guide online then simply click the links within to access thematerial they reference. You can also print this guide in order tohave a hard copy on hand. Either way, we hope you find theinformation within useful. Enjoy!
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If you’ve watched the
Cyberwise Guide to Digital Citizenship
video, then you already know that “
digitalcitizenship” prepares everyone to use digital media safely,confidently and wisely.
It is the essential first step to“media literacy.” Fortunately there are loads of free, onlineresources available to help teachers, parents, and other grownupsincorporate “digital citizenship” lessons into their classroom, after-schoolprogram, parent group, or home.Because finding and figuring out these resources takes time (and who’sgot that?) we’ve done it for you!
Where to Start?
You can’t go wrong starting with any of the many free, ready-to-usematerials available online. Here are some of our favorites:
http://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/curriculum
We’ve used this curriculum in the classroom ourselves (read about it inour
CyberCivics blog
) and found it to be easy-to-use, fun, and effective.
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 What is Digital Citizenship?
 
The Common Sense Media curriculum is based on the five ethical issuesidentified by Dr. Howard Gardner and his team at the Harvard School of Education GoodPlay project (read about it on page 6).
1. Common Sense Media:
The best media and technology teaching resources, we think, come from
Common Sense Media.
While their website is most commonly known forits reviews and advice on movies, television, games, videos, apps, websitesand more (an indispensable resource for parents), they also offer a turn-key
Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum
.Lesson activities range fromlow-tech options, such as discussion and paper-based worksheets, tomedia-rich videos and online activities, and can also be used in informallearning environments, such as after-school programs and communitycenters, libraries, and museums.
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