Educating parents about digital citizenship is our topic this week. Are you already doing any digital citizenship work with your students' parents? If so, please share details with other participants. Or if you have any plans, share what you are going to do. What are some challenges that you face in educating your parents and how might you overcome those?
We have several opportunities for you to continue your work on digital citizenship. Next week's #INeLearn Twitter chat topic is Parents and Digital Citizenship: Recruiting Help from the Home, a perfect fit with our discussion this week. IDOE encourages all schools to take part in the state digital citizenship week
which provides a set of comprehensive lesson plans on big topics such
as digital identity, cyberbullying and copyright issues. Also, if you
have not joined the Digital Citizenship Community of Practice, that is a great place to continue this conversation.
We only have one chapter and week left in the summer book club. Beginning next Friday, September 2nd we will read and discuss chapter 7, "Putting It All Together, Building a Comprehensive Digital Citizenship Program."