Digital Citizenship For Educators


No Certificate: No facilitator, feedback or course credit.

With Certificate: For educators seeking clock hour credits, course work assessed after completion (additional cost to TCSJ)


How do we teach digital citizenship? What exactly do we teach? How do we integrate digital citizenship into the curriculum? Uncover a variety of ways for teachers to help their students to balance, respect and protect themselves online and offline. Uncover a variety of ways to protect, balance and respect yourself and your students, so that you can easily integrate digital citizenship in your classroom.

6 Modules Inside:

     –  Fake News and the Responsibility to be Digitally Literate

     –  Respectfully Disagreeing as a Resilient Digital Citizen

     –  Breaking Down Classroom Walls to Build Bridges

     –  Empowering Your Students to be Responsible in the Digital World

     –  Staying Safe Online

     –  Integrating Digital Citizenship into Your Curriculum

Learning Outcomes:

After completing this course, you will be able to:

     –  Identify the elements conducive to an empowering environment;

     –  Evaluate existing Acceptable Use Policies and/or Responsible Use Policies (AUP/RUPs);

     –  Understand the use of copyright free images, music and videos (Creative Commons);

     –  Design and promote strategies to stay balanced in a world filled with distractions;

     –  Compare various viewpoints and arguments for and against privacy and protection online;

     –  Determine appropriate ways to share learning within the classroom with students;

     –  Evaluate digital citizenship resources; and

     –  Design digital citizenship learning opportunities.


Certificate Option:

For educators who need clock hour credits, the Certificate option provides a Certificate of Completion with course hours listed to be used with Teachers College of San Joaquin Professional Learning Center continuing education credits.


No Certificate Option:

The “no certificate” option is designed for you to work at your own pace, therefore there is no course facilitator or feedback.


Time Commitment:

30-35 hours (approx.) 

Course Access Ends:

One Year from Purchase Date

Who is this course for?

This course is appropriate for those working with students in grades, K-12 including teachers, para-educators, counselors, and other support personnel.

All references and materials are located online.


Additional information

Choose Course Option

No Certificate – $325.00, With Certificate – $425.00


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