There are many additional lessons and resource available for teaching about digital citizenship.
The lessons on this website are only an introduction to digital citizenship and there are a variety of additional lessons which should be taught throughout the year as a constant reminder of the importance of responsible use of technology.
Click here to view a variety of additional online resources available to teachers for digital citizenship including DVD's, websites, and the Passport to the Internet program.
There is also brand new bullying resources as of February 5, 2014 at ILS - Click here to view them!
Parents like to stay informed and this page is full of resources to help educate parents about Digital Citizenship. Students use technology at home as well as at school so consistency is important.
Schools can share the Digital Citizenship Parent Series in the school newsletter. Specific resources for each section of the digital citizenship guidelines have been included:
Think about Jesus
Think about Others
Think about You
The students and staff at Ecole St. Mary have put together an anti-bullying video, titled "You Can't Stop Me From Being Myself".
Digital Citizenship Guidelines
The resource below offers the specific guidelines that students are expected to follow when practicing Digital Citizenship in Regina Catholic Schools. The students should remember that following these rules with technology should bring JOY: