Digital Citizenship is a broad term used to describe the exemplary practices of technological conduct in a virtual world. For students to use their Digital Citizenship skills, the behaviors associated with great conduct needs to be exemplified.Posters are a great resource for students to view what is determined to be “Netiquette.”
The links below will provide some free downloads for poster creation along with some ideas for spreading the Netiquette expectations in the academic setting.
- Classroom Posters and Resources for Teaching Students about Digital Citizenship
- Safe Book Posters in Multiple Languages
- Think Before You Post
- BYOD posters for teachers to use created by students
After students learn how to stay safe and practice Netiquette, how about letting them write their own Digital Safety Pledge? What are their personal guidelines when it comes to staying safe, balancing device use, staying in touch online, and sharing creative work?