AoC Schools Digital Citizenship Implementation Plan 2017-18
Complete this form by Jan. 31, 2018. All components and application should be fulfilled by April 30, 2018 to become a digital citizenship certified school. Link to application:
Digital Citizenship Manager (if not principal)
Digital Citizenship Manager email (if not principal)
What is your school's digital teaching and citizenship vision?
Date(s) to provide PD to staff on digital citizenship. Examples: In-person training led by School staff, Lead educators through Teaching Strategies page, Educators complete the Digital Citizenship training, educators view edWeb webinars - (save all documentation)
What three ways do you plan to engage parents? One of these efforts must be the distribution of at least one Common Sense Family Tip Sheet or the Family Media Agreement to all parents/caregivers. You also must lead two additional activities. Examples include but are not limited to (choose two and save documentation):
Host a school-wide parent education evening with a teen panel with materials, ideas, and best practices from the Connecting Families program.
Train Title 1 coordinators and/or PTA/PTO leaders to facilitate ongoing family engagement activities, such as informal discussion groups, using Connecting Families resources.
Publish an article about the importance of digital citizenship in the school newsletter.
Post a link to Common Sense on the school's website.
Embed the Common Sense parent advice blog widget on the school's website.
Give your parents easy access to advice on parenting in the digital age by adding our Making Sense blog widget for families to your school's site.
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