You Don’t Have to Be a #DigCit Expert… Use Images to Get Students Talking

You don’t have to be using the latest app or social media site to have conversations with your students about life online. Instead of shying away, provide your students a safe space to talk with you about their digital experiences.

You can use images like the ones below (and hundreds of others linked here!) as a way to kick off the conversation.

Need a few ideas for purposeful integration? Try incorporating bell ringers, a gallery walk, or even just some discussion cards.

You’ve got this!

For more great ideas for integrating digital citizenship in the classroom, check out my book: Digital Citizenship in Action (ISTE, 2017).

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.

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