Help Your Students Become Good Digital Citizens in 2013

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December 17th, 2012
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Earlier this month we surveyed Edmodo teachers about how and if they teach digital citizenship. We’re excited to share the results, plus announce a new webinar we’re co-hosting with Common Sense Media!

How Important is it to Teach Digital Citizenship Skills in the Classroom?

  • 98% of teachers who responded said they feel it is “extremely important” or “important.”

How Many Edmodo Teachers Taught Digital Citizenship in 2012?
We asked those same teachers if they taught Digital Citizenship skills in their classroom this school year. While recognized as an important subject to teach:

  • 57% teachers said they taught it
  • 19 % said they plan to
  • 10% say it was taught by another teacher
  • 14% do not plan to teach it

Register for the Digital Citizenship in 2013 Webinar

Please join Edmodo and Common Sense Media on Wednesday, January 16, 2013 to learn how to use the Digital Citizenship Starter Kit, a series of activities you can complete in Edmodo to help start the conversation with students about Internet safety, cyberbullying, information literacy, and more. In this free webinar, we’ll take you through the contents of the starter kit and help you learn how to make the most of the Digital Citizenship Community on Edmodo.

This is a great way to kick off the new year and help your students become good digital citizens in 2013!


5 Responses to “Help Your Students Become Good Digital Citizens in 2013”

  1. Yoo Jin Sun says:

    My students will have good digital citizenship through edmodo.

  2. Margaret says:

    Webinars are difficult for our small rural school staff when we are teaching all day and working with specific groups of students during after-school hours both in organized sports and volunteer organizations. Is there another way to acquire this information?

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