Digital Citizenship, Digital Literacy, Information Literacy, Online Safety, Media Literacy... what's the difference? How do they overlap? How and when (and why!) do you teach all of the above to your students?
This virtual one hour professional development webinar conducted by Diana Graber, founder of Cyber Civics and author of "Raising Humans in a Digital World: Helping Kids Build a Healthy Relationship with Technology" will overview the digital skills students need to be ethical, safe, and productive digital citizens today. Participants will receive lessons and activities that they can conduct with their own middle school students.
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“Cyber Civics is an amazing resource for teachers and parents. My students love it almost as much as their parents do.”
-Teacher Rebekah Hopkinson, Shelburne, VT
"Our 6th graders are using what they learned in Cyber Civics now that they're spending so much time online. We already had one “digital drama” issue that was resolved because of what they had learned. Yippee!"
-Teacher Monica Voltz, Colville, WA
"It’s all so easy to navigate, while also being extremely comprehensive."
-Teacher Kristi Robinson, Jamestown, CA
"Cyber Civics lays a strong foundation for healthy digital ethics, information and computer literacy so that when our children face inevitable, difficult choices online, they will make the right decisions."
-Teacher Dr. Paul Helfrich, Los Angeles, CA
"An excellent resource to teach student how to be safe and wise online. The activities, videos, resources and support staff are all top-notch."
-Teacher Morgan Hensely, Hanover, IN.