Policies, Procedures & Forms
Family Media Agreements: Helps establish guidelines and expectations around media use and behavior that are right for your child.
Common Sense Media Curriculum (K-12) Scope and sequence of lessons for grades K-12.
Resources for teaching what copyright and fair use mean for students as they consume, create, and publish creative work online by iKeepSafe and the Internet Education Foundation.
Teaches teens digital citizenship through student-directed, media-rich activities that tackle real-world dilemmas. Teens learn from the experiences of their peers then create collaborative projects that voice their ideas for making smart, safe choices online. (Common Sense Media)
Students will learn core digital citizenship skills by engaging with interactive storylines that let them choose their own path -- all without risking their real-world reputations. (Common Sense Media)
Here is a playlist for students learn about digital citizenship from Tim and Moby.
Curriculum by Google and iKeepSafe delivered to fourth-grade students at Hopkins.
Animated modules by Common Sense Media teach critical skills related to digital safety, respect, and community to upper elementary students.
NetSmartzKids.org's interactive curriculum features videos and game play geared toward lower elementary students. Allows students to create unique logon name and tracks progress through the adventure.
iKeepSafe.org's engaging videos and flash books featuring Faux Paw the cat are definitely worth showing elementary students.
NetSafeUtah.org's library of animated shorts leveled for grades K-12.
The DLCS framework includes standards in the following strands: Computing and Society (CAS), Digital Tools and Collaboration (DTS), Computing Systems (CS), Computational Thinking (CT).
International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) standards for educators.