This lesson is intended for use in elementary and middle schools and can be adapted for students ages 7 – 12. Lesson plan – elementary and middle schools
by Anne Collier One of the milestones of Internet safety was the distinction between risk and harm made by the pan-European researchers of EU Kids Online back in 2011. “Risk must be distinguished from harm,” they wrote in a report based on surveys of more than 25,000 9-to-16-year-olds in 25 countries. “As with riding a bike or […]
Teaching students in grades 6-8 about Digital Literacy and Social Media! Share your One Good Thing.
Teaching 128 high school students to use Microsoft products and the internet safely and responsibly. Share your One Good Thing.
My one good thing as a media specialist is teaching all of the fourth through sixth graders at my school about Internet safety, making them aware of cyberbullying and becoming an upstander through Common Sense Media’s lessons! Hoping to make the Internet safer for our next generation. Share your One Good Thing.
I love teaching teachers 🙂 So it sure was exciting to show my English teacher how to create an awesome innovative presentation on Prezi. Now he calls me the “prezi master.” Share your One Good Thing.
West Virginia University Social Work instructor Gary McDaniel isn’t going to let a little (well, actually a lot of) weather stand in the way of learning.
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On how social media posts in the wake of Nelson Mandela’s death have brought people together.
I helped my mom the other day with figuring out stuff on the computer. Such as using facebook, what are ads and viruses and when to spot a scam. Share your One Good Thing.