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Helping students be good Digital Citizens and modeling Digital Citizenship ourselves is a responsibility of us ALL.  This has been a growing concern as we have had a peak in inappropriate activity and recently learned that our district is top in the state with warnings in comparision to other districts our size.

In order to help teachers and students, the Digital Learning Team will be posting a "Tip of the Month" for the rest of the year. This will include a grade specific short video and a few talking points to help you discuss the issue more in depth with students.  Tech Contacts, your principals have been given this information at the last K-12 and asked to share with staff, we would encourage you to reach out to your principal and have a discussion about what would be the best way to get this information out to teachers and students.

Thank you for helping us keep these topics relevant and important to our students.  Click here to see this month's tip:  http://bit.ly/cybertip

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Friday, February 6, 2015

Digital Citizenship Tip of the Month


Helping students be good Digital Citizens and modeling Digital Citizenship ourselves is a responsibility of us ALL.  This has been a growing concern as we have had a peak in inappropriate activity and recently learned that our district is top in the state with warnings in comparision to other districts our size.

In order to help teachers and students, the Digital Learning Team will be posting a "Tip of the Month" for the rest of the year. This will include a grade specific short video and a few talking points to help you discuss the issue more in depth with students.  Tech Contacts, your principals have been given this information at the last K-12 and asked to share with staff, we would encourage you to reach out to your principal and have a discussion about what would be the best way to get this information out to teachers and students.

Thank you for helping us keep these topics relevant and important to our students.  Click here to see this month's tip:  http://bit.ly/cybertip

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