Protecting Student Privacy on Social Media: Do's and Don'ts for Teachers
Social media can be a great classroom tool for modeling what good digital citizenship looks like. Use these guidelines to help protect your students’ privacy while teaching them responsible, creative, and critical media use.
Download the Do's and Don'ts to hang in the teachers lounge or your classroom.
Challenge students to take news literacy to the next level with these rules for identifying "legit" content. This poster informs students with telltale signs of quality news stories, questionable stories, and fake stories.
Download the Legit-O-Meter poster
Help your elementary students start to build their crucial news- and media- literacy skills by learning how critique and analyze media with these key questions.
Download the Deceptive Detective poster
Fake or Real?
Can your student tell the difference between fact and fiction? Use this poster to help identify some of those red flags and promote critical thinking when consuming media.
Download the Fake or Real Posters
Are We Using Devices Now?
Those of you who use devices in your classroom are probably very familiar with the daily question, “Are we using devices now?” One way to tackle that refrain is to have a visual cue for the answer in your classroom! Set expectations using this poster with your students, and use the suggestions to begin a group conversation about what each color means in your class's own words. Get as clever or as descriptive as you need!
Oversharing: Think Before You Post
Inspired by our latest digital citizenship music video, Oversharing: Think Before You Post, these posters capture the ups and downs of posting online and remind kids to be thoughtful about their digital footprints now and in the future.
Pause & Think Online for Younger Kids
All Digital Citizens Classroom Poster for Elementary School
What makes a digital citizen? Display this reminder in your classroom to help young kids remember to protect private information, respect themselves and others, stay safe online, stand up to cyberbullying, and balance the time they spend using media.
View the Digital Citizens Poster and its additional languages.
Should I Share? Classroom Poster for Middle & High School
Kids love to instantly share photos of their friends and family online - its one of the best things about today's technology! But there are some cases where a photo shouldn't be posted or shared. Hang this poster in your hallway to help students decide if posting their new pic is a good idea.
View the Share Poster and its additional languages.
We, The Digital Citizens Pledge Classroom Poster for Elementary School
We teamed up with Edmodo to bring you this fun classroom poster. The essentials of digital citizenship (such as showing respect, giving credit, and standing up to cyberbullying) are all there - but we've also left a few blank lines for your class to discuss and add their own thoughts to the pledge before they sign.
View the Pledge Poster and its additional languages.
Care & Maintenance Poster for Younger Kids
Care & Maintenance Poster for Older Kids
From our 1-to-1 Essentials Program, use this poster to give students the jumpstart they need to use their 1:1 devices in enriching and responsible ways. Hang this poster in your classroom to encourage older kids to treat tablets with care with these tips.