Introducing the new and improved K–12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum from Common Sense Education.
Students need digital citizenship skills to participate fully in their communities and make smart choices online and in life. Common Sense Education's K–12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum prepares students to think critically and use technology responsibly to learn, create, and participate. Designed and developed in partnership with Project Zero at the Harvard Graduate School of Education -- and guided by research with thousands of educators -- each digital citizenship lesson helps students ... Read more
Do you wonder how kids are being affected by growing up in a globally interconnected, multicultural, participatory world? In this expert interview, Henry Jenkins (Provost’s Professor of Communication, ... Read more
The Bronx Early College Academy, BECA, a small and growing public school in the Bronx, NY, implemented the Digital Citizenship curriculum with their whole student body, in grades 6 through 10, with approximately ... Read more
Six best practices from Common Sense School of the Year 2008 Convent of the Sacred Heart and Stuart Hall for Boys, San Francisco, CA.
What do you get when you combine a school with a commitment to learning ... Read more
In this opinion article, Rick Phillips (the Executive Director and founder of Community Matters) urges parents and educators to address issues of bullying in a proactive way that emphasizes community and ... Read more
Explore research on how media multitasking affects productivity and development.
In this article, Dr. Patricia Greenfield and Yalda T. Uhls, from UCLA and Children’s Digital Media Center, help us make sense of some of the research being done on how multitasking affects productivity ... Read more
In this opinion article, Matt Levinson (author of From Fear to Facebook) shares Nueva Middle School’s journey toward embracing technology in the classroom.
When it comes to cyberbullying, issues ... Read more