We are fortunate to be connected and supported by both ISTE and CommonSenseEducation who in turn share in Digital Citizenship mission and vision, purposefully partnering and mutually supporting each other's work and resources.
Read on for new releases this week on both fronts– updated curriculum in CommonSenseEducation and new online coursework for educators at ISTE.
• The response to Digital Citizenship needs has expanded immensely in recent years to include an essential number of focuses that have responsibly progressed well beyond the online safety and social etiquette focus of ten years ago.
CommonSenseEducation's customizable resources, lesson plans and support videos are purposefully designed to function either as stand-alone pieces OR more beneficially as "overlays" to be applied when learning experiences and focuses in the curriculum merge in meaningful ways.
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