Digital Citizenship - Common Sense Education

Digital Citizenship

By Common Sense Education

  • Release Date: 2016-09-01
  • Genre: Professional & Technical
2 Score: 2 (From 112 Ratings)
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Description

Common Sense Education's Digital Citizenship Curriculum provides the tools needed to teach students how to participate safely, responsibly, and respectfully in today's digital world. The curriculum is research-based, modular, and standards-aligned (CCSS, NETS-S, and AASL). Topics covered include internet safety, cyberbullying, digital reputations, and more.

The Student Workbook includes engaging videos, creative activities, interactive assessments, and note-taking capability. The accompanying Teacher Edition (available for download separately) includes all the student-facing materials plus professional development resources and materials that can be shared with parents/caregivers.

Used together, the Student Workbook and Teacher Edition provide students an engaging and enriching experience that will empower them to use technology for learning and life. 

Updated for the 2016–2107 school year: The textbook includes exciting new digital citizenship content and videos, greater accessibility features, and a more secure QR code process for students to seamlessly turn in their work while employing the highest of privacy standards.

Reviews

  • Don't

    1
    By Dr. Schneides
    If your teacher ever speaks of this book, please consider everything before you jump off of that building.
  • STXAVIER

    1
    By 4109384
    Anybody here from St.x lol
  • Cyber Bully Channels Are Cancer, Cancer, Cnacer, Cancer, Cancer, Cancer ,Cancer

    1
    By alexc3295
    This book is trash, the people who made it have monkey AIDS. Their brains haves finally ceased and the result is this trash book.
  • Worst book ever

    1
    By Michael27091
    I didn't know that Satan had new forms
  • Damp sock

    2
    By Awesome peoplz
    The book is a wet sock. I can't wait till lunch. At least u don't have to do much work.
  • Cancer

    1
    By LeeroyTroy
    The amount of autism you must need have to actually learn something new from this book is un imaginable, this should've been made for preschoolers not highschoolers, then again in my CCR half the kids don't understand it and we're all sophomores so I don't even know. Listen to the kid who put the national suicide hotline in his review before reading... Or don't, it's your choice
  • PLEASE READ BEFORE DOWNLOADING😠😠😠😠😠

    1
    By Pokemon555
    First of all, I hate school Second of all, this book is 1.42 GB Third of all, I'm sooooooo hungry 100/10 ign
  • At least it didn't kill me... Or so I thought

    1
    By The good one 2.990
    I was forced to read this book, and it was a horrible experience. I was happy that i had survived it when it was all over... or so I thought. It all started when my hands started turning black and fell off. My whole body started to disintegrate after 3 hours of reading. In the end, it had physically ended my life.
  • Why does this exist

    2
    By Budder reviews
    This will make you depressed if forced or wanting to read. 1/10 ign
  • driscoll

    1
    By chris cyril
    sup jarrod

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