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Digital Literacy/Cyberbullying

September 18, 2012 Leave a comment

Common Sense Media has developed a cyberbullying toolkit, Standing Up, Not Standing By, for K12 educators at all levels. The free toolkit consists of a series of research-based lessons designed to be used for teaching digital literacy and citizenship, along with a parent media and technology education program. The parent education program provides online access to videos, discussion guides, tip sheets, and presentations that can be shared with parents in support of student learning.

Classroom lessons present age-appropriate information related to online safety, appropriate online communication, maintaining privacy online, cyber-bullying, and digital footprints. The curriculum
includes posters, videos, handouts, and classroom activities, along with the documentation necessary to meet E-Rate funding requirements. Additional resources and updates are available via the Common Sense Media blog.

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