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Thursday, February 27 • 8:00am - 11:00am
Mini Series: A Community Approach to Building A Culture of Digital Citizenship

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Common Sense Education invites you to a series of 30 minute, mini sessions that will equip you with the resources you need to build a whole community approach to digital citizenship. The first session will cover our new and improved K-12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum that has flexible resources in Google Drive. Then dive into the second session to learn how to enhance your digital teaching skills. The third session will showcase resources available to support your Parent Community with the ups and downs of raising a kid in the digital world and the 4th session will show you how to tie all your work together with the Common Sense Recognition Program. Join us for one session topic or stay for all four.

1. Introducing the new and Improved K-12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum from Common Sense Education
We are excited to share our updates to the curriculum informed by new research with Harvard’s Project Zero to make sure educators have the best resources to prepare today’s students for success. Join us as we showcase the new scope and sequence, highlight new lesson topics and share implementation ideas.

2. Professional Development Resources to Enhance Digital Teaching and Learning in your classroom
Looking to enhance your digital teaching skills? Join us as we share engaging professional development content, including lesson plans, teaching tips, and how-to videos will help you get your students ready to navigate the digital world safely, responsibly, and ethically.

3. Parenting in a Digital Age: Family Engagement Resources
Help families navigate the ups and downs of raising kids in a digital world. We will share our family toolkit that includes research-backed resources covering a range of topics -- from online safety and cyberbullying to media balance and learning with technology -- you can easily find and share articles, videos, printable handouts, ready-made presentations, and more in your classroom, on your school's website or social feed, or at your next parent night.

4. Common Sense Education Recognition Program
Get recognized for leading digital teaching and citizenship in today’s classroom.
Join us to learn more about the criteria to become a recognized educator, school or district to demonstrate to your community a commitment to responsible, effective technology use. Participants will have time to complete the application if all criteria has been met.


Jennifer Ehehalt

Common Sense Media

Thursday February 27, 2020 8:00am - 11:00am CST
Epiphany (2nd Floor)