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333 resources with the concept responsibility

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What is Twitter?

For Teachers 3rd - 12th Standards
Bird is the word! Show scholars why, although it's neat to tweet, safe and smart is the best way to start! A short digital citizenship video demonstrates Twitter's micro-blogging concept and discusses appropriate content.
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What is Tumblr?

For Teachers 3rd - 12th Standards
All jumbled up about Tumblr? Demystify a popular app using a short video from a digital citizenship series. Young scholars see the app's creative options, then learn more about some of its less kid-friendly features.
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What is Instagram?

For Teachers 3rd - 12th Standards
Whether it's famous dogs or stunning stars, Instagram has everyone snapping and sharing! An informative video from an extensive digital citizenship library introduces the app and its many options. The narrator shows how easy it is to...
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What Is Kik Messenger?

For Teachers 3rd - 12th Standards
The message is clear—Kik Messenger is a hit with teens! Why is the app so popular? Viewers kick around the details during a short video from a digital citizenship series. The resource describes how Kik works, its customizable features,...
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What is Periscope?

For Teachers 3rd - 12th Standards
Ever wonder what the world looks like through someone else's eyes? Welcome to Periscope! A brief video from a digital citizenship series discusses the inner workings of the app, from locating content to setting up privacy settings.
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What is Steam?

For Teachers 3rd - 12th Standards
Play games, connect with friends ... Steam is a teen's dream! Scholars learn more about the popular Steam social gaming website through a digital citizenship video. The resource reviews the site's features and benefits, including great...
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What Is Sarahah?

For Teachers 3rd - 12th Standards
The Sarahah app may be free, but is it a good idea for teens? Learners listen as the narrator describes the Sarahah app in a video from an extensive digital citizenship series. The app, which accompanies Snapchat, allows users to send...
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Youth Engaged in Leadership and Learning

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
Great leaders are made from the inside out! Learners explore the multi-faceted world of teen leadership through three units of differentiated lessons. Working in pairs or small groups, scholars examine topics such as conflict, community...
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4-H Teen Leadership

For Students 7th - 12th Standards
Take your 4-H teens to the next level! Help them learn how to be an active part of their communities with a teen leadership development unit. Individuals, together with school and community partners, create and execute a service-driven...
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Social Media Roles

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
Social media has changed the news publishing process, so how does it affect school news publications? Lesson nine in a 16-part series titled The Social Media Toolbox explores the traditional publishing roles through the lens of social...
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Six Steps for Substitute Success

For Students K - 12th
Here's a switch--a lesson plan designed for prepare class members for a substitute! The plan highlights six behaviors that demonstrate respect and responsibility. 
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Being Reasonable and Ethical Online: Grades 7–9

For Teachers 7th - 9th
How savvy are your scholars when it comes to online behavior and relationships? Pupils in grades seven through nine closely examine cyberbullying and good online etiquette during a series of three hour-long activities. The resource digs...
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Coping With Stress Research Project

For Teachers 7th Standards
To learn more about the current medical and psychological studies on stress, seventh graders conduct individual or group research and discuss what they found in a series of evaluation questions. They then decide whether they would use...
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Standing Up for the Rights of Others

For Teachers 8th Standards
What makes Rosa Parks, Mother Teresa, and Nelson Mandela heroic? High schoolers study historical figures who have famously—and perhaps not so famously—stood up for the rights of others before discussing why their chosen person is an...
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Self-Esteem Quotes

For Students 8th Standards
Teenagers are so worried about what others think of them that they seldom stop to consider how they think of themselves. An introspective lesson prompts class members to analyze their own self-esteem in the context of several...
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Facing Tough Situations Book Report

For Teachers 8th Standards
You can learn a lot more from a great book than figurative language and elements of plot. A lesson that focuses on acts of kindness and facing adversity blends into a book report activity in which learners focus on attributes that allow...
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Real Time Response

For Teachers 8th Standards
Is it easier to stand up for yourself, or for another person? Put the question to the test with an activity that prompts class members to consider different scenarios that involve someone pressuring them — and then to consider the same...
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Ways to Respond to Peer Pressure

For Teachers 8th Standards
It may not be difficult to say no to a stranger who is pressuring you, but what happens when it's your friends? Middle schoolers explore different responses to situations that involve peer pressure with a collaborative activity.
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Peer Pressure

For Teachers 8th Standards
Teenagers experience peer pressure many times during the week, but may not recognize it as such. A helpful lesson and set of videos show class members that making decisions when faced with peer pressure is something they can control in a...
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Egg And Bottle

For Teachers 8th Standards
It's easy to get sucked into a situation because of peer pressure. A demonstrative activity uses an egg, a flame, and a bottle to show learners the ways that peer pressure can pull you somewhere you shouldn't be.
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Reducing Your Stress

For Teachers 7th Standards
Stress management can be as specific to an individual person as his or her individual stressors. Discover the stress management methods that are right for your class members with a lesson plan on ways to relax during moments of tension...
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Personal Stressors

For Teachers 7th Standards
Wouldn't it be nice to press a panic moment when a stressful moment gets out of control? Give middle schoolers that chance with a lesson about stress management and identifying personal stressors. After watching a short video about the...
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Stressed Out

For Teachers 7th Standards
Feeling stressed out? Your middle schoolers probably are, too. An engaging activity helps them identify the biggest stressors in their lives, and to explore the most beneficial ways to manage them for a happy and well-balanced way.
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Identity Round Robin

For Teachers 8th Standards
If class members learn more about their peers, especially about the ways they are similar to themselves, the instances of conflict and bullying can dramatically decrease. A round robin discussion about preferences and personality traits...