Digital citizenship is essential to effective use of technology for classroom learning.
These digital citizenship posters, comics, stories, books and more were created by students using Wixie.
After reading and watching materials about digital citizenship, students create posters to inform others.
Have students take a comic or graphic novel approach to telling the story of good digital citizenship.
Students create presentations and other campaign materials to raise awarness of internet safety and digital citizenship.
Wow! I’m a little late posting, but my 4th graders did an amazing job with their cyber bullying wixie projects! ??#digitalcitizenship #bekind #practicesafety @HolabirdSTEM @BCPSLMP @vkearns_M @MrsBallardHSP @CosgroveBree pic.twitter.com/bP6RWf2Nyr— Amy Levengood (@Levengood_reads) October 31, 2020
4th & 5th graders learned that the things they say & do, digitally & out in the city, can become part of their digital footprint. They designed their dream digital footprint of the future on #Wixie. Are you proud of what you see when you Google your name? @PS452NYC #tlchat pic.twitter.com/lYBCEavmHU— Michele Kirschenbaum (@M_Kirschenbaum) November 19, 2018
What positive behaviors are shown by digital citizens? @Team_MCES 2nd graders planned their culminating event & worked with partners to begin their Wixie project, students were excited to use the @BCPSLMP devices. Can't wait to share the final product #bcpslms pic.twitter.com/CBAHM4IsCY— MaysChapelESLibrary (@MCES_LMC) October 29, 2019
Thumbs Up for good Digital Citizens! Students in Ms. Terkes' Tech class are using Wixie to create a Digital Citizenship poster. @Tech4Learning #Wixie @FCPSMcNairES @fcpsnews pic.twitter.com/MCMSyw0Hlj— KI??E??Y ?E??I (@KimberlyAPerri) October 29, 2019
2nd Gr Ss discussed personal/private information to manage digital privacy and security & use @Tech4Learning #Wixie to add safe images to share within their digital footprints. @MsPrice142 @KerkstraCougars #engage142 pic.twitter.com/S39ibx7Dcy— Amanda Graczyk (@MrsAmanda7) September 27, 2019
1st graders know everything they put online is permanent like a tattoo. We used #wixie to add “tattoos” to hands to symbolize how we can be super digital citizens! #DLDay @Tech4Learning pic.twitter.com/LRVHxiBpEr— Erin Nye (@enye001) February 22, 2018
Created by a talented 5th grader. She went above & beyond, on her own, creating "Internet safety! Be Internet Smart!" https://t.co/r0yI9bHcKm via @Tech4Learning @RMESPrincipal @TechTeachVB @vbschools #InternetSafety #DigitalCitizenship #WeLoveWixie— Red Mill ES (@RedMillES) March 12, 2018