• Using Common Sense Education resources, Moore Public School counselors and teachers will help students understand what it means to become a proper digital citizen. Beginning with kindergarten students, we will present lessons each academic year designed to teach Internet safety; privacy and security; relationships and communication; cyberbullying; digital footprint and reputation; self-image and identity; information literacy; and creative credit and copyright. These topics each play an important role in our District's focus on Digital Safety, Digital Social Interaction, and Evaluating Digital Information.
     Grade  Digital Citizenship Lesson Concept Taught
     Kindergarten   Going Places Safely  Safety
     1st Grade  Follow the Digital Trail  Safety | Evaluation
     2nd Grade  My Online Community  Social 
     3rd Grade  Whose Is It, Anyway?  Evaluation
     4th Grade  Strong Passwords  Safety | Security 
     5th Grade  Super Digital Citizen  Social 
     6th Grade  Digital Life 101  Safety | Social | Evaluation
     7th Grade  Which Me Should I Be?  Safety | Social
     8th Grade  Identifying High-Quality Sites  Evaluation
     9th Grade Turn Down the Dial on Cyberbullying  Social
     10th Grade  Copyrights & Wrongs  Evaluation
     11th Grade  College Bound  Social
     12th Grade  Does it Matter Who Has Your Data?  Safety | Social
    Administrators, Counselors, and Teachers:
    Select the appropriate grade level link and make sure you have the materials and  resources needed to prepare for the lesson. Each required lesson above is approximately one hour; however, there are five total lessons each unit (year) in Common Sense Education's Scope & Sequence. We highly encourage all five lessons to be taught each year, so work with your fellow teachers to plan and collaborate to present the entire digital citizenship unit (and possibly administer the unit assessment) each year. As always, model proper digital citizenship in and out of the classroom!
    Parents & Community:
    There is a wealth of information on how you can help promote students to think critically in our digital world. Below you will find links to resources from endorsed organizations and sites that will help students to understand what it means to be a responsible digital citizen outside of school as well. 
    Other Resources:
    Internet Safety (Common Sense Media)- This page offers links to articles and videos that deal with Internet Safety.
    Internet Safety for Kids - This article is from Goodhouskeeping.
    Cyberbullying (Common Sense Media)
    Cyberbullying Toolkit for Educators - This site includes lesson for K-12 students.
    Digital Literacy and Citizenship Classroom Curriculum - Select your grade level from the choices below the Scope & Sequence Chart.
    AT&T Safety Land - Guide Captain Broadband through each of Safety Land's eight buildings and help him answer a question.