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DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP LESSON PLANS

Artificial Intelligence: Is It Plagiarism?

Posted on by Erikk Henderson-Hood

The number of artificial intelligence (AI) tools has grown significantly over the past few years. Some of the most popular tools are capable of creating seemingly original content, like images or text. Help students consider the ethical dilemmas of using AI to…

Topics

News & Media Literacy

Grades

9, 10, 11, 12

Reviews of Apps & Websites

WolfQuest

Clunky but novel wildlife sim puts wolves in perspective

Learning Rating
Editorial review by Common Sense Education
Community Rating
Based on 2 reviews

Grades

3–12

Price

Paid

Platforms

Mac, Windows, Android, Kindle Fire, iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch

Reviews of Apps & Websites

Mathletics

Content-rich math program that covers it all, from K to 12

Learning Rating
Editorial review by Common Sense Education
Community Rating
Based on 3 reviews

Grades

K–12

Price

Free to try

Platforms

Web

WEBINARS & EVENTS

Up Next! ChatGPT: To Ban or Not to Ban?

2023-03-13T19:00:00

Type

webinar

Audience

Administrator, Librarian, Media Specialist, Teacher, Technology coordinator

Subjects

Health & Wellness, English Language Arts, Social Studies

Grades

4–12

Topics

Education

Topics

Media Balance & Well-Being, News & Media Literacy

Reviews of Apps & Websites

Quizlet

Flexible study aid supports learning at home, at school, and on the go

Learning Rating
Editorial review by Common Sense Education
Community Rating
Based on 4 reviews
Privacy Rating
Expert evaluation by Common Sense

Grades

7–12

Price

Free to try

Platforms

Web

Reviews of Apps & Websites

Coming Soon: Flat

Grades

7–12

Price

Free to try

Platforms

Web

Reviews of Apps & Websites

Corinth

Impressive, interactive 3D models augment classroom learning

Learning Rating
Editorial review by Common Sense Education
Community Rating
Not yet reviewed

Grades

K–12

Price

Paid

Platforms

Web

CURATED LISTS

Resources for After-School Enrichment Programs and Clubs

Posted on by Tanner Higgin

Extend learning beyond the school day.

Subjects

Science, animals, engineering, biology, plants, Arts, design, drawing, film, music, Health & Wellness, exercise, fitness, movement

Grades

K–12

Reviews of Apps & Websites

Variant: Limits

3D calculus game has fun virtual world, frustrating feedback

Learning Rating
Editorial review by Common Sense Education
Community Rating
Not yet reviewed

Grades

10–12

Price

Paid

Platforms

Mac, Windows

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Great Vocabulary Games, Apps, and Sites

Posted on by Shira Lee Katz

Introduce students to new and relevant words.

Subjects

English Language Arts, letter or word recognition, reading, speaking, vocabulary

Grades

Pre-K–12

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STEM Games and Lessons for Preschool, Kindergarten, and Early Elementary

Posted on by Danny Wagner

Get a head start on building essential STEM skills.

Subjects

Math, counting, geometry, measurement, patterns, Science, engineering, biology, chemistry, physics

Grades

Pre-K–3

Reviews of Apps & Websites

Bridge Constructor Portal

Engineering game is a blast to play, needs extensive teacher guidance

Learning Rating
Editorial review by Common Sense Education
Community Rating
Not yet reviewed

Grades

3–12

Price

Paid

Platforms

Linux, Mac, Windows, iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Android, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox One Series X

DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP LESSON PLANS

Chatting and Red Flags

Posted on by Jamie Knowles

Having conversations online, without nonverbal cues or being able to see people, can be awkward and sometimes even risky -- with drawbacks from simple misunderstandings to manipulation or inappropriate messages. Help students navigate and avoid these situations…

Topics

Relationships & Communication

Grades

9

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Great Games for Physics

Posted on by Cassie Sanborn

Virtual space is a great place to learn about motion and gravity.

Subjects

Science, engineering, gravity, motion, physics

Grades

2–12

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Great Heredity and Genetics Games and Websites

Posted on by Danny Wagner

From chromosomes to cloning, give students the scoop on their unique selves.

Subjects

Science, animals, biology, plants

Grades

Pre-K–12