Each activity is 2-5 minutes
Filled with activities from picture puzzles, trivia questions, optical illusions, and question prompts.
Use the brain breaks to take learning breaks at scheduled times, depending on age. These allow for students to relax, laugh, and give their brains a rest.
Use the restorative practices to ask students questions that allow them to connect with themselves, you, others.
digital or print
As long as you want it
Use this game to help students review any concept.
Students work in teams to answer review questions and earn extra points by getting their correct answers into the trashcan.
research and media project
Students will do jigsaw research and report on one theme of digital citizenship to become an expert on the theme.
Students will create a presentation to help others understand the theme they were given.
Students will learn from each other about the 9 themes of digital citizenship and how to have good digital and media use.
Students will read common scenarios to discuss and decide if they are breaking copyright laws and why.
Students will learn about the importance of digital citizenship and following copyright laws so they can make the right choices with media online.
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To help students understand the rules and procedures in your classroom.