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What is a Digital Citizenship?
Someone who uses technology responsibly to learn, create, and participate
Digital Citizenship is a way of thinking, being and acting online, as well as a way to think critically. It teaches ways to be safe with your personal information and who you connect with through technology. It is acting responsibly in how you communicate and behave.
As a STEM school Technology is a big part of the daily classroom experience at Parkview Elementary. Because of this, we feel that all students need digital citizenship skills to participate fully  in our school activities, in their communities and to make smart choices online and in life. We use this concept to help teachers, technology leaders and parents understand what students should know to use technology appropriately. 
Our curriculum focuses on 6 important areas:
  • Media Balance & Well- Being
  • Privacy & Security
  • Digital Footprint & Identity
  • Relationships & Communication
  • Cyberbullying, Digital Drama & Hate Speech 
  • News & Media Literacy
To find out more about our Digital Citizenship program, created by Common Sense Education, click the link.

Balancing Our Media Choices

How our Choices Affect Others

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