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Why a Community-Based Approach to Digital Citizenship?
Why a Community-Based Approach to Digital Citizenship?

In many schools, digital citizenship education is limited both in scope and audience. The focus may be on meeting the minimum requirements for Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) compliance, with parent or educator training being a distant consideration. The responsibility for digital citizenship training may lay on the shoulders of a single teacher, perhaps a computer/technology teacher, using a curriculum that meets the CIPA compliance minimum standards but little else. It may be limited to one-off school assemblies that address a narrow facet of digital citizenship, such as Internet safety. “Digital citizenship education” may just be seen as another checkbox to be filled on a lengthy list of state or federal ...

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