As part of an effort to help students understand and appreciate high tech tools at their disposal, librarians on both lower school campuses will be engaging students in lessons from Common Sense Media about digital citizenship.
Common Sense helps students “learn the habits and skills they need to use technology safely and responsibly in school, at home and beyond,” a letter of explanation reads.
“The Common Sense lessons help kids in grades K-2 develop healthy media habits and learn how to be safe online,” it read. “Lessons for kids in grades 3-5 continue to focus on screen time and online safely. Older kids also learn about how to recognize cyberbullying, what is and isn’t OK to share online and how to find credible news and information.”