While the top technology tools will always have new contenders, the basic ethical guidelines remain the same; and it’s important that students learn best practices on topics such as observing Internet safety, forming good relationships, and communicating appropriately before they enter the working world. During a recent podcast, we spoke with Susan Bearden, director of information technology at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy and author of Digital Citizenship: A Community-Based Approach, and compiled her top tips for implementing a comprehensive digital citizenship education program.
In this tip sheet you’ll learn:
- What topics to cover in a digital citizenship education program
- What stakeholders need to be involved
- Five steps to implementing a program at your school
Download the document above to review our tips for implementing a program at your school.