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This post is part of the #EdublogsClub – a group of educators and edtech enthusiasts that blog around a common theme each week. Simply write a post and share it to join in, or sign up to receive email reminders of each new prompt. 

Digital citizenship can be described as comprised of nine elements. This week, we’re exploring our own digital practices and those we teach our students.

Prompt: Write a post about digital citizenship

  1. How do you teach students about being good digital citizens and appropriate behavior on the web?
  2. Have you had any specific experiences related to students, behavior, and the web?
  3. How do you think that digital citizenship is related to in person citizenship?
  4. What would you add to the list of digital citizenship elements and why?
  5. How have positive and/or negative experiences online influenced your digital citizenship values?

Happy blogging!

About Karen Walsh

Karen Walsh is a part time, extended contract, first year writing instructor at the University of Hartford. When Karen isn't teaching, she is a freelance writer who works for a variety of marketing clients focusing on diverse topics such as InfoSec, education, and parenting. She also edits educational materials. She works in order to support knitting, comics, tattoo, and museum membership addictions. She has one dog, one husband, and one son who all live with her just outside of Hartford, CT. She can be reached on Twitter: @kvonhard and on Facebook at https://twitter.com/kvonhard

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    • P.S. 2 good handouts: 3 Federal laws about students & the Internet (FERPA, COPPA, CIPA), and a Lesson Planner bibliography of FREE online materials for teaching digital citizenship including videos, games, and handouts.
      BrP

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