What is Digital Citizenship
Digital citizenship is the responsible use of technology to learn, create and participate.
What do RCS students learn in the area of Digital Citizenship?
The Common Sense digital citizenship curriculum is framed around six digital topics that pose opportunities and challenges for young people according to current research. Topics include: Media Balance & Well-Being, Privacy & Security, Digital Footprint & Identity, Relationships & Communication, Cyberbullying, Digital Drama & Hate Speech, and News & Media Literacy. Each topic is addressed in a developmentally appropriate way throughout grades K–12.
Digital Citizenship Resources
For any technical issues, please follow this procedure.
Go to the Remote Learning Support Form.
Fill out the form with as many specific details as you can.
Once you click "Submit", it can take up to 24 hours to get a response, perhaps more if there are a large number of requests for support. If this wait will impact your student's participation in school, an email to the student's teacher is appreciated.
The Family Tech Support Resource is maintained and updated by Rachel Mainero, Information Literacy Specialist and Julie Rains, Technology Program Consultant for Virtual Campus.