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Información privada y personal

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Es natural que nuestros alumnos disfruten compartir y conectarse con otros, pero compartir información en línea a veces puede conllevar riesgos. Entonces, ¿cómo enseñamos a los niños a construir relaciones sólidas, positivas y se…

Private and Personal Information

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Students learn the difference between what personal things they can safely share online and private information that should not be shared.

Teen Voices: Presenting Yourself Online

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Students hear from teens about the benefits and drawbacks of presenting themselves differently (or even anonymously) to others online, and consider what it means to "be yourself" in digital spaces.

3 Great Ways to Get Students Coding in the Classroom

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Learning to code in school is more popular than ever, and it's never been easier to get started. What's more, coding can teach skills that apply across the curriculum, beyond computer science. So what's the best way to get your s…

Using Games in the Classroom

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Every game has potential for learning! Consider the educational value in some of the more popular, entertainment-focused games that your students (and you!) already enjoy at home. Of course, not all games are school-appropriate, …

TypingClub in 30 Seconds

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Curious if TypingClub is the right typing program for your classroom? This super short video covers price, platforms, grades, and TypingClub's unique lesson customization options to help you decide whether this app is worth your …

Back-to-School 2021

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Learn how Common Sense Educators innovated last year, and what new tools and strategies they’re bringing into the 2021-2022 school year. Find back-to-school digital learning and citizenship resources for your classroom today.

Deepfakes and Democracy

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Every day, we see -- and create! -- countless images and videos that have been edited or digitally altered. From simple Snapchat filters to short, lighthearted, or ironic TikTok videos, it’s clear that seeing and creating altered…

What Does It Mean to Be a Digital Citizen?

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 Digital citizenship is more than being savvy with media and tech. It's recognizing what we have in common online and offline, and deciding together: How will we act, create, learn, and lead?

Thank you, teachers!

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The 2020–2021 school year was full of challenges, but you overcame them and there is so much to be proud of. Thank you for all that you did to keep students connected and learning throughout the pandemic. Your compassion and dedi…

Political Ads on Social Media: Selling the Truth?

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During an election we might take political ads for granted, or just try to tune them out. But can we really ignore the fact that the political ads in our social media feeds are targeted specifically at us? Many political campaign…

Google Search Tricks for Research

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Google can be a great starting point for any research project. But if you’re looking for more refined, credible, and useful information you’ve gotta get familiar with Google’s “search operators” – basically ways to target your se…

Social Media: Is Your Breaking News Broken?

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The internet and social media give us tools to find out what’s happening almost instantly – sometimes even in real time. But how much can we trust the breaking news we see online? In this video, hear from two experts on the topic…

Teen Voices: Sexting, Relationships, and Risks

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Students can hear other teens' honest -- and sometimes frank -- thoughts about the pressures and risks that come with sexting, then consider how they might react in similar situations.