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Digital Citizenship: Making the Online World a Better Place Starts With You!

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Your students were born into a digital world. They are digital natives who turn to technology to ask questions, solve problems, and conduct most aspects of their daily lives. Just as we teach children...
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Digital Citizenship Lesson Plan: Creative Coding Project

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In this lesson plan, adaptable for grades 3-12, students explore BrainPOP resources to learn about topics related to digital citizenship. Then they’ll show what they know about the topic by completi...
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Digital Citizenship Assignments and Custom Pathways Step Guide

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This printable guide provides step-by-step instructions for building assignments and creating pathways using BrainPOP's Digital Citizenship content....
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What is Digital Citizenship?

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Technology is a way of life today--from smartphones to the Internet and everything in between. Just as we teach children to be good citizens, following rules of society, we must also educate and model...
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Digital Citizenship Standard Alignments

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As students navigate the Digital Citizenship topics, and plan for and create movies with the Make-a-Movie tool, they are naturally addressing the goals of the following standards of the Common Core, C...
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Digital Citizenship Key Vocabulary

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Introduce these key terms using easy-to-understand language and by relating the concepts to students’ experiences. Incorporate the vocabulary whenever possible, even when offline, and encourage stud...
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Make-a-Movie Lesson Plan: Digital Citizenship

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This lesson plan features BrainPOP’s collection of Digital Citizenship resources, and is adaptable to all topics in the collection. In this lesson, students explore digital citizenship topics, then ...
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Evaluating Online Sources Lesson Plan: Is Everything on the Internet True?

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In this online sources lesson plan, which is adaptable for grades K-8, students use BrainPOP resources to learn how to conduct effective Internet research. Students will analyze research on the Intern...
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School Makerspace Resources for #nationofmakers

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It's the national #weekofmaking and we're excited to share ideas that help you support students in becoming builders, creators, designers, and problem solvers. You can use the comprehensive listing...
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Re-Mixed Media: Inspiring Kids to Question What They Consume

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In today's media-saturated world, kids contend with a constant stream of mass media content. From emails and apps to ads and podcasts, they're plugged in almost every waking second of the day. Though ...