Digital Citizenship Bell-Ringers for Content Area Teachers

One of the common concerns I hear about digital citizenship education is that there just “isn’t enough time in the day” to have conversations with kids about living life in digital communities.

Having conversations about our digital selves, our digital communities, and our global society can happen in small doses across content areas.

Today I created a few bell-ringer slides that you can use to kick off class. Have students free write their thoughts in a journal or ask them to turn and talk with the person closest to them.

*I do not own the copyright to any of the images used on these slides. Click here to see the original images plus dozens more that you can use to create your own bell ringers*

Enjoy!

Kristen

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