& Citizenship Curriculum for Monterey COE
If your school gets E-rate funding,
chances are you're looking for
ways to educate students about
Internet safety, appropriate online
behavior, and cyberbullying.
Oh yeah…..and then there is the
Common Core State Standards
These cross-curriculular units spiral to address digital literacy and
citizenship topics in an age-appropriate way. Browse by grade band
or click a category to highlight the lessons that address that topic.
Our curricular TOOLKITS put topical resources at your fingertips. In
each toolkit, you'll find lesson plans, activities, videos, and parent
outreach materials - your one-stop shop for E-rate/CIPA compliance,
Cyberbullying, and Gender & Digital Life.
Meeting CIPA Mandates for E-rate
Compliance (administrator course) 60 min
Digital Citizenship, CIPA, and E-rate for
Elementary School Teachers (grades K-5)
Digital Citizenship, CIPA and E-rate for
Middle School Teachers (grades 6-8) 80-90
Digital Citizenship, CIPA and E-rate for High
School Teachers (grades 9-12) 80-90 min
Use this kit to stop cyberbullies in
their tracks. It has the materials
you need to show students how
to stand up when they see digital
harassment happening and to
help you create a positive school
culture where kids can thrive –
both online and off.
GENDER & DIGITAL
Messages about gender roles come from all
directions, but some of the most influential
messages come from the media. For today’s
kids, that means not just the TV shows,
movies, and ads they see, but all of the
messages and images they create and
receive from their friends.
Use this toolkit to help students reflect on
gender stereotypes: where they come from,
how we learn them, and how they can shape
the media that we consume and create.
Introduce students, grades 3-5, to DIGITAL PASSPORT™, Common Sense Media’s awardwinning suite of engaging videos, fun games, and collaborative classroom activities that
address key issues facing kids in today's digital world.
iOS and Android mobile apps coming September 2014
Student-facing, High School Lessons for iPads
Through the iTunesU, every high school student with an iPad can access
Common Sense Media’s self-guided, interactive lessons anytime, anywhere.
A program to help parents and caregivers
navigate and discuss the impact of digital
media on kids' social, emotional, and
intellectual development. Using resources
based on our K-12 Digital Literacy and
Citizenship Curriculum, educators and
parents, together, can empower young
people to harness the power of the
Internet and digital technology for learning
and life -- both in the classroom and at
1 TO 1 ESSESNTIALS
1-to-1 Essentials offers the guidance you need in order to proactively, rather than
reactively, address issues that schools commonly face when going 1-to-1. We
encourage you to explore, customize, and choose the resources that will best
support your school community.
For more info
Martin Ricardo Cisneros"
Educational Technology Consultant
E: Martin.Cisneros@mac.com C: 831.406.1541
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