Citizenship education

The UN convention on the rights of the child in child friendly language. Let them know their own rights.
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Classroom Posters and Resources for Teaching Students about Digital Citizenship ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
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Great infographic on how to keep elementary school kids tech-safe, including internet safety, online security and technology rules for families! Something all parents need to know!

Great infographic on how to keep elementary school kids tech-safe, including internet safety, online security and technology rules for families! Something all parents need to know!

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I think that this poster is well made for its target audience, it uses bright eye catching shades of blue and a familiar layout to Facebook a website many people recognize. I think the layout of the information is good, there isn;t too much writing so it is much easier to read.

I think that this poster is well made for its target audience, it uses bright eye catching shades of blue and a familiar layout to Facebook a website many people recognize. I think the layout of the information is good, there isn;t too much writing so it is much easier to read.

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Civics | Examining the lives of historical figures to help us affect change: Activity 2- Australian Identity

Civics | Examining the lives of historical figures to help us affect change: Activity 2- Australian Identity

The digital resources include learning objects and interactives, film excerpts and images that represent a certain historical period or issue.    They are structured around two themes – identity and participation – and ordered by level of schooling. Each resource includes a learning statement, which provides a description of the resource, connections to civics and citizenship education and ideas for classroom use.

The digital resources include learning objects and interactives, film excerpts and images that represent a certain historical period or issue. They are structured around two themes – identity and participation – and ordered by level of schooling. Each resource includes a learning statement, which provides a description of the resource, connections to civics and citizenship education and ideas for classroom use.

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