---Editable---PowerPoint to teach Digital Citizenship to students. Note: Some slides are not able to be edited due to TOU of images used in the presentation, but there are additional blank slides that can be customized to your needs. All font in "Century Gothic" can be edited to meet your needs. This format also gives you flexibility to add additional content to teach technology and digital citizenship in your classroom.
Use this 38 slide PowerPoint to teach students about digital citizenship and internet safety. There is an additional slide that lists resources including videos and books to help support your teaching. I hope you find this resource helpful as a starting point for discussion on this important topic.
-Definition of digital citizenship and being a "digiten"
-Components and definitions of digital citizenship
-Examples of being responsible and focusing on equipment care, on task behavior, and digital footprint
-Examples of being respectful and focusing on thinking before you post and copyright
-Examples of being safe and focusing on creating a strong password, protecting private information, and maintaining boundaries
-Discussion questions for K-2 and 3-5
-Editable slides to create your own discussion questions
-Technology Treasure Box Tips with visual reminders for students (Printable Slides for creating a technology toolbox/treasure box to fill with reminders of responsible, respectful, and safe online behaviors)
-Additional resources slide
NOTE: Some slides have been created as images to protect copyright of digital borders and scrapbook paper. The other slides can be edited to fit your needs. I hope that this will be a helpful way to teach your students the importance of being responsible, respectful, and safe when using technology.
Also check out the Digital format of this resource that can be used as a companion and students can fill out digitally to interact with this topic. That product can also be used with Google Classroom.
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