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    Amplify your students’ voices and give them ownership of their digital lives

    Digital citizens think critically about what they see online, understand the benefits and risks of sharing information, and balance screen time with other activities. But digital citizens aren't born—they're taught by teachers like you!

    Kick off this Digital Citizenship Week by giving your students the space to voice their perspectives on topics important to them with digital citizenship video discussion activities for all ages (details below).


    Activities for High School (Ages 14–18)

    With these videos and discussion questions, high schoolers can reflect on their social media use and think about how their actions online might affect others. Discussions include understanding online hate speech, how much screen time is too much, and ways to communicate with people who disagree with you.