ISTE published this guide to good digital citizenship.
Defining Digital Citizenship
According to the Council of Europe, Digital Citizenship should be defined as :
“The competent and positive engagement with digital technologies (creating, working, sharing, socialising, investigating, playing, communicating and learning); participating actively and responsibly (values, skills, attitudes, knowledge) in communities (local, national, global) at all levels (political, economic, social, cultural and intercultural); being involved in a double process of lifelong learning (in formal, informal and non-formal settings) and continuously defending human dignity.
Digital Citizenship Education is the empowerment of pupils/students through education and concerns the acquisition of competences for learning and active participation in digital society.
The Council of Europe has produced a teachers handbook for Digital Citizenship Education Download the Handbook
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