I recently completed a new series of blog posts on Parental Engagement and digital citizenship. You can view the entire series over at the Demme Learning Blog.
Watch the video overview
Part 1 -Â Do as I Say Not as I Do: Digital Citizenship at Home
There is an old saying, â€œdo as I say, not as I do.â€ Our kids learn most by the example we set before them. If we want them to be good digital citizens, we ourselves must model what good digital citizenship looks like to our kids
Part 2 -Â 3 Tips to Help You Teach Digital Citizenship to Your Kids
Always remember that you are the parent. You have the authority to make all final decisions about how your children use social media and technology. Navigating the digital world is an opportunity to grow with your kids and be a part of their learning through your engagement with them. Digital tools will come and go: for children, knowing that their parents are continually trying to engage with them will be valuable forever.
Part 3 -Â Digital Citizenship Gone Wrong: A Clear And Present Danger
Social media and technology can be wonderful tools for learning, socializing, and having fun, but as the statistics and human stories show, itâ€™s not all â€˜fun and gamesâ€™. In fact, our children are facing a clear and present danger and only a small percentage of parents understand the extent of that danger.
Part 4 -Â Â Kids, Apps, Cancer, and Coding: Digital Citizenship Done Well
The vast majority of us are now digital citizensÂ and that is true of children, teens, and adults. We have technology, we are connected on the web, and we use social media. By teaching your children how to be good digital citizens, you are helping to make this world a better place.