Digital Citizenship

There are thousands of resources on Digital Citizenship. The Great Prairie AEA Instructional Technology Team can help you find the best resources for your school and classroom, and work with you to integrate Digital Citizenship best practices into your curricula.

What is Digital Citizenship? Click here for a definition and a breakdown of Digital Citizenship elements.

Learn about Digital Citizenship by taking an online course. Several are listed here.

Looking for games, posters, lesson plans, books, or videos? Check out our Resources page.

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