Digital Citizenship

  • Footprints in the sand Resources


    Websites and pages

    • BISD Responsible Use Policy
    • BISD Bullying/CyberBullying & Internet Safety
    • BISD Digital Citizenship Additional Resources
    • BISD Digital Citizenship Week Announcements
    • Common Sense Education: Digital Literacy & Citizenship Classroom Curriculum
    • Creative Commons Licenses Explained In Plain English
    • Digital Citizenship for Middle School Students: Google Search Results
    • Digital Citizenship Week: 6 Resources for Educators
    • Google Digital Citizenship Resources
      • Google Education: Understanding YouTube & Digital Citizenship
      • Google Safety Center for Families
      • Google Chrome Team: 20 Things I learned about Browsers and the Web
    • Tips for students to manage their Digital Footprint

    Before you THINK  


    • Be a Digital Citizen
    • Common Sense Media: Digital Citizenship Video Collection
    • Digital Citizenship for Middle School Students: YouTube Search Results
    • Middle School Digital Citizenship (YouTube Playlist):
      • Digital Life 101 Animation
      • Online Talk, What’s Safe and What’s Risky
      • Creating a snapshot of digital media use
    • Privacy Student Intro: Your Digital Footprint
    • Teaching Channel: Digital Literacy (48 videos)


    Image courtesy of Flickr and Thomas Galvez

    Digital Citizenship Independent Activity

    In any class:

    1. View these 2 short YouTube clips: Be a Digital Citizen & Your Digital Footprint
    2. Complete this Digital Citizenship Survey (using cell phones, laptops, desktops, projectors, etc.) individually, in small groups, or as a class (using average answers). Here's a short link for sharing the survey
    3. Discuss as a class or in groups, any questions or comments regarding the survey

    **Click to view survey results from Mar 2014 for comparison**