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Managing Digital Footprint

Digital Footprint Resources

"Every day is a digital learning day" in Escambia County School District. These Digital Footprint resources are provided for use during school sponsored family events and for teacher use as they integrate digital citizenship into their curriculum. 

Digital Footprint video

                               Parent Tips


Parents Need to Know:

Click here for link to videos, articles, on parent concerns with technology

Digital Footprint & Identity:

Click here for link to articles on Digital Footprint & Identity

Family Engagement Resources:

Click here for link to advice on healthy Social Media & Device use

Research and Insights Behind the Common Sense K-12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum

Backed by research. Inspired by real life.
Designed and developed in partnership with Project Zero at the Harvard Graduate School of Education -- and guided by research with thousands of educators -- each digital citizenship lesson takes on real challenges and digital dilemmas that students face today, giving them the skills they need to succeed as digital learners, leaders, and citizens tomorrow. Read about the research behind our curriculum.


What does Digital Footprint mean?

A digital footprint is your online identity and individuality and is what makes you unique. It builds the online reputation, or impression depending on the things you do online. It is important to be aware of it because anything posted online is permanent and stays there forever regardless of being deleted.

Digital Footprint Curriculum

Common Sense Education Digital Citizenship Curriculum:

...Digital Footprint & Identity

"We define who we are."

Students consider the benefits and risks of online sharing and explore how a digital persona can affect one's sense of
                        self, reputation,
and relationships.

Kindergarten: Media Balance is Important

1st Grade: Pause & Think Online

2nd Grade: Digital Trails

3rd Grade: This is Me

4th Grade: Our Online Tracks

5th Grade: Beyond Gender Stereotypes

6th Grade: Who Are You Online?

7th Grade: The Power of Digital Footprints

8th Grade: Social Media and Digital Footprints: Our Responsibility

9th Grade: Protecting Online Reputations

10th Grade: Curated Lives

11th Grade: Who's Looking at Your Digital Footprint?

12th Grade: The Change You Want to See