LEARN, DO, REFLECT
- Attend a professional development session by Common Sense staff, a Common Sense Ambassador, or a school project lead (in-person or virtually). This counts as two LEARN activities
- Attend a Common Sense webinar. You may choose to view two Common Sense webinars; doing so counts as two LEARN activities.
- Attend a Distance Learning with Common Sense session. TWO Distance Learning sessions count as ONE LEARN activity.
- Complete the online Digital Citizenship Curriculum Training.
- Complete the Student Data Privacy mini-course.
Help students build lifelong skills, and guide families through the ups and downs of the digital world.
Student Instruction (choose ONE of the following):
- Classroom educator: Teach a digital citizenship lesson using Common Sense Education resources, options include:
- Non-classroom educator (administrator, counselor, principal, etc.): Create, oversee, and/or develop the site-wide implementation of Common Sense Education resources.
Family engagement (choose ONE of the following):
- Share resources from Wide Open School, a free collection of the best online learning experiences and activities for kids curated by our editors to help families adapt to online learning.
- Share the Common Sense Education Family Media Agreement.
- Share one or more Family Tip(s) that align with lessons taught in your classrooms.
- Share articles and parenting advice from Common Sense Media.
- Host an in-person event for parents, caregivers, and family members (with ready-made slides!).
- Invite families to participate in the Common Sense Tech Balance text program (for Elementary only).
We hope to learn more from you about your experience earning recognition as a Common Sense Educator. In the application, you will be asked to provide some details on how you feel the process of becoming a Common Sense Educator impacted you and your professional growth.