Cable Impacts brings you InCtrl, a series of free standards-based lessons, originally developed by Cable in the Classroom, that teach key digital citizenship concepts. These lessons, for students in grades 4-8, are designed to engage students through inquiry-based activities, and collaborative and creative opportunities.
Parents think it's important that their children learn about digital citizenship.
Of educators think their school or district emphasizes digital citizenship less than it should.
Feel very well prepared to teach digital citizenship.
Digital Citizenship is a holistic and positive approach to helping children learn how to be safe and secure, as well as smart and effective participants in a digital world. That means helping them understand their rights and responsibilities, recognize the benefits and risks, and realize the personal and ethical implications of their actions. Helping a child become a good digital citizen cuts across all curricular disciplines and includes knowledge, awareness, and skills in three key areas:
During 2012, Cable in the Classroom undertook two research projects to measure the views of parents and educators about digital citizenship. The results of these surveys were released during the webinar, Beyond Internet Safety: Teaching Kids to be Good Digital Citizens, on February 7, 2013.
This webinar explores the findings from the Parent Views on Digital Citizenship survey conducted by Harris Interactive in November, 2012 and the Educator Views on Digital Citizenship survey conducted by Cable in the Classroom in June, 2012