With EGUSD’s recent deployment of Chromebook carts to all school sites, teachers now have more options for weaving technology into the school day and across the curriculum. As students tap into collaborative, online learning options, it’s a good idea to have some visual reminders about the importance of practicing good digital citizenship.

The following downloadable posters are free and definitely worth printing out and posting in classrooms.

Citizenship in a Digital Age Infographic – From the International Society for Technology Educators (ISTE),  a wonderful poster that compares citizenship to digital citizenship:


Click to download poster from ISTE website.

All Digital Citizens – From Common Sense Media, for elementary students:


Click to download poster from Common Sense Media website.

Should I Share This Photo?  Also from Common Sense Media, for middle and high school students:

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Click to download poster from Common Sense Media website.

Digital citizenship infographics and posters can be used as conversation starters, lesson extensions, and, when needed, for review of digital citizenship topics and issues. We really appreciate the efforts ISTE and Common Sense Media have put into producing high-quality posters, with the invitation to educators to download and display them in their classrooms.