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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1What is Digital Citizenship? - Definition & Themes
Course SummaryIf you need to teach your students how to safely use social media and become a responsible digital citizen, this course is for you. These effective teacher resources include lessons, strategies and materials that can help you show your students the essentials of safe online communication.
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About This Course
Learn how to foster proper Internet use with some tips and strategies you can relate in your classroom. The lessons in this course will help you show your students ways in which they can use social media safely, communicate effectively online, properly use various online materials and understand steps to take to ensure Internet privacy.
How It Works
Follow experienced instructors as they explain techniques and use examples in brief text and video lessons. After each lesson, take self-assessment quizzes that reflect how much you have learned and identify topics you might need to further review. Lesson transcripts are printable for quick reference and are accessible on any device at any time.
This course includes:
- Brief text and video lessons with engaging content
- Quizzes to help you determine how much you know
- Instructor contact information so you can directly ask any lesson-specific questions
- A final exam to measure overall knowledge about all topics covered in the course
How It Helps
- Builds awareness: Helps you to raise awareness about Internet safety practices for your students.
- Teaches proper usage: Ensures your students are using Internet tools correctly.
- Increases technological knowledge: Provides details that helps you overcome any technological challenges you as a teacher might be experiencing regarding Internet use and security.
- Defining digital citizenship
- Understanding dangers posed by social media use
- Using online resources properly
- Respecting online privacy
- Communicating with positive and non-threatening language online
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