Digital Citizenship Games
Simple, quick and easy, and built for middle school students.
This game allows students to go through different scenarios in a choose-your-own-path interactive experience, designed for grades 6-8. Invite students to explore digital dilemmas, make good (and not-so-good) decisions, and try out possible solutions through stories and mini-games – all without risking their real-world reputations.
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Interland is an adventure-packed online game that makes learning about digital safety and citizenship interactive and fun—just like the Internet itself. Here, kids will help their fellow Internauts combat badly behaved hackers, phishers, oversharers, and bullies by practicing the skills they need to be good digital citizens.
Student can go through the five fundamental topics of digital safety and citizenship:
- It’s Cool to Be Kind (Be Internet Kind)
- Share with Care (Be Internet Smart)
- Don’t Fall for Fake (Be Internet Alert)
- Secure Your Secrets (Be Internet Strong)
- When in Doubt, Talk It Out (Be Internet Brave)
For Example, Kindness Kingdom provides the following goals for students.
- Identify situations of harassment or bullying online
- Evaluate what it means to be a bystander or upstander online
- Learn specific ways to respond to bullying when you see it.
- Know how to behave if you experience harassment.
Starting Strong with Digital Citizenship
As we start our school year in distance learning, it is important for all students to tap into virtual resources in a responsible manner. Learn the basics of digital citizenship and read the Student Acceptable Use policy (BPAR 6163).
Click each link in your grade level to complete this session.
Middle and High School Students
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