“This is exactly what I was looking for! Digital citizenship felt like a challenging topic for first graders, but I never imagined it could be so fun!”

Grade 1 Teacher, Palm Beach, FL

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Digital Citizenship Series for Young Learners

$250.00

Even the youngest learners need to know how to use technology safely & responsibly. What better way to make this critical (but, at times, very boring!) subject accessible than with puppets?
The puppet characters need help making good choices so that they can stay safe and build community in a digital world. They entertain while introducing real-world scenarios to which young learners can apply their digital citizenship skills.
This program can stand alone or be taught as a series in up to six parts.

 

Lesson 1: Digital Citizenship & Feelings

Pre-K & Kindergarten: Technology & Me

Grade 1: Smart & Safe on the Internet

Grade 2: Part of the Online Team

Grade 3: Technology Balance

Grade 4: Digital Footprints

 

Length: 1 class period per lesson (flexible)

Target Audience: grades pre-K-4

 

Up to 100 participants via Zoom Webinar or one full class via standard video conferencing call.

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Program Details

This program is taught by an experience online educator, accompanied by a few puppet friends. The participation flows naturally between educators and learners through active discussion.

 

  1. Meet and Greet
  2. Problem of the Day: inquiry & discovery of digital citizenship
  3. Activity 1: What is digital citizenship?
  4. Zones of Regulation
  5. Activity 2: digital citizenship & feelings
  6. Solution of the Day: good digital citizenship

Objectives

  1. Acknowledge self as a digital citizen.
  2. List three characteristics of a good digital citizen.
  3. Determine zone of regulation by color.
  4. Identify feelings related to technology and digital citizenship.

Standards