This page is (will be) dedicated to how we behave online, or Digital Citizenship. Additional links will be added in the future!
Brainpop! has a number of online resources that will take you through what it means to be a digital citizen. Lots of the activities are pay based, but we'll stick with the free ones. This link will discuss proper internet etiquette and explains how you should and should not behave on the internet.
Evergreen School Learning Commons: There are lots of great links to games and role playing scenarios that will challenge you and that will teach you how to behave on the internet safely and confidently.
"That looked real, but you know it couldn't be true, didn't you. That's why it's good to think about what you're watching on TV and ask questions, kind of like you just did." -Concerned Children's Advertisers
After watching that video, how does that connect with browsing the internet? Have you ever come across things that you knew weren't true?
Evergreen School Admirable Use Policy
The document below is vital for how we use computers in the classroom and around the school. Please take some time and become familiar with it.