A Cyber Civics Lesson on Sexting

Students today use technology as easily as previous generations used a pencil. But technology is much more powerful than a pen or pencil, and it amplifies opportunities for both help and harm. Kids know how to use phones and computers—often more adeptly than adults. The issue for many educators is teaching them to use these tools wisely. Many schools address that challenge by implementing “digital citizenship” into their curriculum. How can schools do this? What are the costs, both financial and time, to implementing such curriculum? What are the benefits of building this into the students’ educational experience? These are all very difficult questions to address in an already overcrowded ed

A Teacher's Guide to Digital Citizenship

Did you miss our webcast for teachers about Digital Citizenship? Not to worry, just click on the image above and it will take you to a recording you can watch at your leisure! As you know, there is an urgent and growing need to help students become ethical, knowledgeable, and empowered digital citizens. That's why we were so happy to be the guests of Nepris to talk about our easy-to-use, turnkey in-school program that includes everything you need to successfully teach "digital citizenship" (the norms of appropriate and responsible technology use). You can watch this short video to learn more. Please also look around the Nepris site for lots of educational videos on topics of interest to both

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