Practice Digital Citizenship:

Teach it to your kids.

Digital Citizenship Starter Kit From Edmodo:

https://blog.edmodo.com/2013/10/17/updated-digital-citizenship-starter-kit-from-edmodo-common-sense-media/

Digital Citizenship, It's More than a Poster:

http://venspired.com/?p=5378

Cybraryman's Digital Citizenship Page:

http://cybraryman.com/digcit.html

At the beginning of the school year, I survey my kids about their experience with technology, and whether they have internet at home.


Practice it yourself.

  • Use correct grammar, spelling and vocabulary.

  • Avoid talking about specific students or classroom problems

  • Once it's out there, you can't take it back.

  • Check district policies

  • Keep your principal informed

  • Get releases from parents

  • Google yourself


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Some rules I follow:

I do not use students last names.

I never put a name with a picture.

I often photograph kids from the back or so that part of their face is hidden.




This website is called Padlet. It used to be called Wallwisher. It is a virtual bulletin board. You can also use this link to visit the board.


http://padlet.com/wall/j4vq10e399