Teaching Digital Citizenship

A professional development course by edvolve designed for teachers to gain insight into the four “strands” of digital citizenship:
  • Digital safety - Digital Citizens keep themselves and each other safe
  • Media and information literacy - Digital Citizens responsibly consume, create and share digital content
  • Digital well-being - Digital Citizens prioritize the digital well-being of themselves and others
  • Social responsibility - Digital Citizens are socially conscious and empowered to influence change
This course does not position digital citizenship as something "extra" to teach, but rather something to be meaningfully integrated into existing curricular & instructional practices. Learn how students meet indicators of success at various grade levels.

A variety of hands-on, engaging activities. Learn from and connect with others. Resources that you can use right away!

After taking the course, educators will:

  • See a complete picture of digital citizenship and its many facets
  • Consider their own behaviors & mindsets as digital citizens
  • Use resources and strategies that activate students' critical thinking about digital life
  • Integrate digital citizenship into instructional practices


$69 per participant. Discount for large cohorts available.

Time Frame

The online course is divided into 6 chapters which can be planned in a flexible timeframe that works best for you and your learners. 1 week per chapter is reasonable. The time required to complete the course will vary by participant, but 5-7 hours total is a realistic approximation of the online coursework.

Take it as "self-paced" or alongside colleagues through a "cohort" model!

School Information

5101 First Street Northeast
St Petersburg, FL 33703
Phone: (727) 522-2111  |  Fax: (727) 527-4191

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