Digital Citizenship Discussion Cards

You can create a safe space for your students to engage in conversation about digital topics with though-provoking images and a variety of activities.

Students of all ages can use the image/discussion cards I’ve created in a variety of ways. Asking students to group images and assign groups a label will force them to engage in discussion and analysis of the artwork in front of them. The questions on the back of the image cards can make great journal prompts, debate topics, and launches for research and inquiry projects.

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For more ideas, check out this post on using images as bell ringers across the content areas.

You can also create your own digital citizenship discussion activities using the images I’ve curated here.



Published by Kristen Mattson, Ed.D.

High school Library Media Specialist with a passion for instructional technology, curriculum, and problem based learning. Join my PLN @DrKMattson on Twitter.

10 thoughts on “Digital Citizenship Discussion Cards

    1. Thank you. I am not sure why all the people are white. I did not create the art, I simply curated it from artist’s who share their work publicly online. If you find any thought provoking images with more diverse representation, please share them with me. I would be happy to add them to the project.

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      1. Love these discussion cards! I wish my kids could respond to the questions in writing on their individual class Google sites but without all citation info available, I guess it is not a good idea. Bummer. Still, we can definitely use them in class–thanks!


  1. these are phenomenal! Thank you for sharing- I just grabbed a bunch off of your pinterest page for my 6th graders! This is what I needed for my 6th graders!


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