This is a list of titles and summaries of digital citizenship resources that can be booked by teachers by calling Information Library Services at Regina Catholic Schools.
A free teacher professional development module to help you develop your own lessons and ideas about digital citizenship.
Edutopia has a playlist of a variety of videos related to information around digital citizenship for educators and parents. It summarizes a variety of resources and research on this topic.
This LiveBinder is full on resources for digital citizenship divided into sections for grade levels, parents, and teachers. It may take a few minutes to load.
This list of Top Ten Digital Citizenship Resources was posted on the Regina Catholic Schools website for October 2012.
This resource was designed by the Government of Alberta to educate parents about the ways that their children use the internet. It can be a self-guided tour or a facilitators guide can be requested to lead a parent workshop.
This infographic highlights some facts about cyberbullying that parents may find interesting.
This book is written by the Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research. She focuses on how youth integrate technology into their everyday practices and society. Click the link above to download a free eBook copy.
Teachers must sign up for this free resource but it includes detailed lessons for each area of digital citizenship.
This site, developed by Google, highlights digital citizenship for YouTube
Grade 7 unit on Digital Citizenship.
This site is from Social Education Victoria, Australia and details several areas for responsible digital citizenship including digital citizenship. There are great resources for teachers and students.
Teachers must sign up to access this digital citizenship curriculum of lessons. There are four units, which are briefly explained in this post from Edudemic.
The Media Smarts curriculum outlines specific areas of study related to Saskatchewan curriculum. It is a Canadian resource for media studies and digital studies.
Do's and Don'ts of Digital Citizenship Infographic
This infographic outlines 20 basic rules to remember for digital citizenship.
Teachers' First - Digital Citizenship
Teachers' First collects great information about web resources. This is a list of Internet Safety Resources.
Pink Day Resources
With 12 lessons to select from designed specifically for high school students, and resources for parents as well, there is lots of opportunity for addressing this issue in the classroom. Registration is free but required for full access.
Media Smarts: Cyberbullying Lessons
This is a list of cyberbullying lessons and resources for teachers and students to educate them about this important issue from a Canadian legal perspective.
Shayne Koyczan shares what his life has been like as a victim of bullying in a poetic and touching animated video.