Lesson Plans and Class Resources

This is a compiled list of websites for teachers, parents, and students- all encouraging the development of positive digital citizens.


Google in Education

Extensive base of lesson plans from Google and YouTube for students between the ages of 13-17.
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Copyright on Campus

A 6 minute, 30 second YouTube video that discusses copyright laws for students ages 13-17.
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Digital Passport - Common Sense Media

Users log in without charge, to participate in lessons, videos, games. Collect badges after "missions." Teachers, parents, and students grades 3-5.
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Me and My Shadow

Users can find out about their digital footprint or shadow and learn about privacy and safety online for students 13-17, parents and teachers.
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BrainPop Video

Multiple 5 minute videos for elementary age students, digital or printed quizzes provided. (Paid subscription required)
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Common Sense Media Kindergarten - Grade 2
Common Sense Media Grade 3-5

Numerous lesson ideas and resources for teachers instructing digital citizenship, grades K-6.
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Think You Know

Game created for students in Grade 1-3 aimed at helping them to learn how to be safe using digital tools.
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Router's Birthday Surprise

Interactive video to learn online safety rules that takes about 45 minutes for students to complete and earn a certificate. Appropriate for students up to Grade 3.
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CEOP Video 8-10 (video for students, teachers guide conversation)

Video to help teach students in Grade 4-5 about personal information and how they need to protect themselves online like they would in real life. Great starting point for discussions around Digital Citizenship.
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Privacy Pirates (game for students)

Game for students in Grade 4-5 about personal information and maintaining private information online.
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**InCtrl: Cable in the Classroom**

Inquiry based activities for students in Grade 4-8 on a range of digital citizenship topics.
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**digizen**

Game for students in Grade 7-10 asking them to evaluate - Are you a responsible digital citizen?



Office of the Privacy Commissioner - Youth Privacy

Resources for teachers and parents to help teach youth about managing their online identity. It is important that citizens of the 21st century understand the impact of technology on their privacy and provide them with an understanding of how to protect it.
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