Annotated Bibliography for Parents
Digital Passport. Common Sense Media. Retrieved from https://www.digitalpassport.org
Web-based games for children to play to learn about digital safety, cyberbullying, and how recognize when a post might be harmful. Children earn badges and they progress through the lessons, take quizzes to demonstrate mastery and participate free of charge.
Google Safety Center for Families. Retrieved from
Provides instructions for parents to manage apps, monitor screen time and close access at bedtime. The site also provides tips for parents to ensure safety and privacy online and assists with mobile safety, including tips for passwords, texting and warnings about apps containing GPS technology.
Digital Citizenship. Pinterest. Retrieved from https://www.pinterest.com/k12inc/digital-citizenship
A digital bulletin board list of resources focused on Digital Citizenship including, among others, tips for parents to explain online safety to their children. Formats include Infographics, videos, articles and child-friendly cartoons.
Digital Citizenship: Resource Roundup. Edutopia. Retrieved from
Collection of articles on internet safety and cyberbullying, digital responsibility, media and digital literacy. Articles are comparatively long in length.
Children and Media. PBS Parents. Retrieved from
Tips and strategies for raising children in the digital age. Includes media and technology milestones by age, demonstrations of what digital media looks like in the classroom and digital citizenship learning games for children to engage with.