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Digital Citizenship for students: Why is it necessary to teach digital citizenship to kids, Learn more at http://bit.ly/1XyZHun
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Citizenship Test uk is in terms of facility and functionality to prepare you for Life in the UK Test and to get the permanent British Citizenship  to remain in the UK for an indefinite time period.
 
Locations:  UK
 
For more details please go through the website.   
 
http://www.britishcitizenshiptest.co.uk/refer-and-earn.aspx
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Hi everyone. I recently did a 5 minute interview for BrainWaves about how to reinvent education. I recommend that everyone try to reinvent education in 5 minutes! It's a great exercise. I end the interview talking about the importance of digital citizenship.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxCLbwPxjRI&feature=youtu.be

Good afternoon everyone! I am wanting to start a Digital Citizenship lesson with my 9-12 graders this coming week. I see there are 3-4 good sites out there like common sense media, etc... Is anyone willing to share a lesson plan or give me their opinion of the best site or lesson to use? I teach Principles of Information Technology to students 9-12. Thank you!

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Found this today.. it´s a website that provides DC information for teachers, parents and kids. 

I think the key to media literacy is an investigative mindset:  intellectual curiosity and skepticism.  I've blathered on about skepticism here already, so I was wondering what the barriers to this investigative mindset might be.  Something that comes to mind is the decline of scientific literacy in our country -- breaking up an observation into testable questions, if practiced on media, would go a long way in figuring out who's pulling the strings.  But I also think there is general media overload, the scope of which didn't exist during the Media v.1 times.  It may seem as there simply isn't time to investigate how we are being persuaded.  

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In this article the author, Faith Rogow, suggests 3 areas where we might begin an early childhood media literacy curriculum that reaches all the way down to Pre-schoolers
http://www.medialit.org/reading-room/abcs-media-literacy-what-can-pre-schooolers-learn

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This site provides information that addresses cyber bullying, who is at risk, how to prevent bullying, how to respond ot bullying, and how to get help.  They have a spot called Kids Home that has some great videos for young kiddos.  
http://www.stopbullying.gov/kids/webisodes/

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Seven Digital Deadly Sins is an interactive story produced by the National Film Board of Canada. The story contains seven chapters each containing short videos, essays, and polls. The videos and essays tell the stories of people suffering from digital sins like greed (illegally downloading media) and wrath (cyberbullying). After reading or watching the stories viewers can vote on questions about what they would do in similar situations.
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