Teaching digital safety, citizenship, and responsibility are a crucial component of today’s classroom. In Fort Worth ISD, we want to help students incorporate and practice good digital habits. Information presented in our Digital Responsibility: Safe and Responsible Use of Technology series will provide a strong foundation for safe, successful use of the Internet for all students. We encourage you to take notes while watching the video series. You’ll want to remember many of the important tips and details shared in the Digital Responsibility series.
The Digital Responsibility series gives students the tools and resources to learn about online safety and citizenship. We’ve created this video series to make it easier to incorporate and practice good digital habits in your everyday lives. Packed with good stuff, this series will help students, teachers, and parents discuss, learn, and think about online safety together. Start with the introduction, and then watch the other videos in the series: Secure your Secrets, Share with Care, It’s Cool to be Kind, Don’t Fall for Fake, and When in Doubt, Talk it Out.
Information provided in the videos from our Digital Responsibility: Safe and Responsible Technology Use series come from three sources: Google’s Be Internet Awesome Curriculum and Family Guide as well as Common Sense Media Educator Curriculum. Both sources provide valuable information for parents, teachers, and students to ensure kids have the skills they need to be safe and smart online. For more information, visit beinternetawesome.withgoogle.com or commonsense.org.