BISD #303 Digital Citizenship
The school district lists resources for talking about and developing safe, effective and responsible use of technology and the Internet. Learn how to talk with your family about safe practices so all can enjoy what current technology provides.
Resources such as Common Sense Media have recommendations for parents and activities for children.
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Media and technology are at the center of kids' lives every day. From a very young age, kids use technology at home and at school to connect with friends and family and to document their lives and create digital content of their own. With more and more of life happening online, what catches kids' attention isn't always what's best for them, and what companies do with their personal information isn't always clear.
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