Ashton Benjamin

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Digital citizenship - internet safety

Fits with content descriptor: (Australian Curriculum: Technology Year Poster to display in the classroom and refer to when working with computers or as a recap of digital citizenship.

Your Digital Footprint Teaches kids that the internet is forever and once you do something online, it can't be taken back.

Song: Sunny Side Up by Alumo Ending credits: Learn more about digital footprints through these websites!

Please remember what we talked about in class about being safe on the Internet! If you have any questions, feel free to ask.

Check out these cyber bullying posters and pictures that you can use to keep students aware and help them differentiate between rights and wrongs of web!

Summertime rules - do these before you can have screen time

Add in: read scriptures Summer Rules Free Printable - no screentime until. Love this idea, saves kids from the summer slide!

maybe for mentoring class - spin on citizenship discussion -Digital Citizenship info-graphic for in the library

Awesome Digital Citizenship Graphic for your Classroom ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning. An example of technology using still imagery.

[Free PDF download] What your students REALLY need to know about digital citizenship.

Teach your students about the Key Ps" of digital citizenship as you help them acquire both proactive and experiential knowledge of the online world.

Telehealth Tech can improve so many lives, but medical marketers need to adapt their strategies to help make the push!

The digital health diagnosis infographic illustrates how the medical industry and the world of personal tech are rapidly converging from MDG Advertising

15 Communication Etiquette Rules Every Professional Needs To Know

15 Communication Etiquette Rules Every Professional Needs To Know â–ºBusiness Etiquette - More Than Just Eating with the Right Fork (Scroll past the book sales at the beginning to read this informative article).

Digital Citizenship: Manners Matter Netiquette

Digital citizenship - Manners matter: The students need to learn what they can do and what they must not do. This is good because it compares and contrasts. It gives students the Do's and the Don'ts of using the internet and social media.