Digital Citizenship Days

Thursday and Friday,

October 11 & 12, 2018

The lessons below have been designated focus lessons based on our district's most recent BrightBytes data which showed that:

Only 56% of students are taught how to respond to online bullying.

Only 42% of students are taught how to share information about themselves online.

Teaching students to use technology responsibly is not only an important piece of their social emotional and community education, but it is also required for technology funding through e-Rate. For more on this, watch the video below.

See the Parents page for Digital Citizenship information for parents.

Digital Citizenship Lessons by Grade

After completing the lesson(s), fill in the online Digital Citizenship Teacher Verification. You and your principal will receive verification via email of your completing the lesson(s) with your students.

*To download the lessons, please log in to Common Sense Education with your WCCUSD Google Account. See the video below for how to do this.

After completing the lesson(s), fill in the online Digital Citizenship Teacher Verification. You and your principal will receive verification via email of your completing the lesson(s) with your students.

Ways to extend the Digital Citizenship learning

K-12 Scope and Sequence (all lessons available through Common Sense Media)

E-rate information for teachers:

How to log in to Common Sense Education with your WCCUSD Google Account