Celebrate a Decade of Digital Citizenship Week!

Ten years ago, we started Digital Citizenship Week to highlight the importance of helping kids, families, and teachers navigate our 24/7 digital world.

Over those 10 years, media and technology have changed dramatically. There have also been big shifts in the ways we teach and learn in today's classrooms. That's why we'll continue to be a leader working on behalf of students and their families in creating a positive culture around how they use media and technology.

Engage your students and their families with these daily activities for every grade level:

Elementary School Calendar

Middle School Calendar

High School Calendar

Promote digital citizenship in your community

Show colleagues and families how you're preparing students for success in a connected world with these helpful resources.

Build your digital citizenship teaching practice

Check out our popular professional development trainings and learn about the best practices for teaching digital citizenship. When you're ready, learn how to become a Recognized Educator with Common Sense.

Thank you to our partners!

For more fun ways to participate in Digital Citizenship Week, check out Common Sense's digital citizenship content on Learning.com and Nearpod.

We would also like to thank our Digital Citizenship Week allies!

AFT’s Share My Lesson | AVID | Book Creator | BrainPOP | California Department of Education | Code.org | Communities in Schools, Chicago | Cornell Social Media Lab | CUE
Cyber Citizenship Education | edWeb.net | Endless | Evolve | Illinois Digital Educators Alliance | INLearns | interACTlab, Department of Psychology, University of Washington
ISTE | Kid Scoop News | KQED | Learning Without Tears | Maine Department of Education | NAMLE | NETA | Project Zero at the Harvard Graduate School of Education
Queensland University of Technology | Remake Learning Days Across America | Riverview Intermediate Unit | TCEA
The Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the Digital Child | Vermont Information Technology Association | Virginia Society for Technology in Education
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