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SFUSD Digital Citizenship Newsletter

Issue #2


November 30, 2017


We have launched! Over 60 Digital Citizenship Advocates went through a training that detailed the expectations of the program, the resources available, and how to reach out for support if needed. It was a lot of information to pack into a one hour session! Advocates were also given a slide deck that details the why, what, and how of the Digital Citizenship program. It can then be copied and edited to present to their staff at their school site so that all faculty can become aware of the scope of the initiative. Next step: check in with Advocates individually to see where they are in the implementation process, and to see what support the Digital Learning Partners can offer.


Did you know that the resources for the Digital Citizenship program can be found in multiple locations? The program’s scope & sequence, links to activities, information for families, templates for administrators, and much more can be accessed through the Digital Citizenship Advocate Folder in Google Drive, on the Department of Technology’s website, and in the Advocate Google Classroom which can be joined with class code xjbued. Please reach out to Dan Frost if there is something you’re looking for that we don’t have!


The Digital Citizenship Educator Course is now available to take online? It is a great way to learn about Digital Citizenship, and you can get certified at the end! Educators who complete the course will be able to:

  • Demonstrate familiarity with relevant Digital Citizenship curriculum

  • Adapt Digital Citizenship resources for specific classroom needs

  • Create a structured implementation plan for their classroom

  • Design and implement a Community Outreach Strategy

  • Speak to 3 Digital Citizenship categories applicable to their classroom needs

  • Document outcomes through Student Artifacts

Use Google Classroom code 3psf2e for a fun and easy way to get into Digital Citizenship!