Increase Boundary Awareness. Improve Conversation Skills. Enhance Digital Citizenship.
This fun and thoughtful activity book can be used alone or combined with Julia Cook’s technology-driven storybooks, Cell Phoney and But It’s Just a Game. As a teaching tool, it will help children increase their personal communication skills while teaching boundary recognition. It will also help them increase digital citizenship by teaching the etiquette of using using technology effectively.
“As a teacher librarian, I can always count on the work that Julia Cook publishes, and she did it again! These activities are amazing and the effective collaboration between students and Julia is evident. What a great help for teaching screen time and digital citizenship. From personal experience, these lessons are open ended so teachers can easily modify them to fit their own authentic needs, yet they provide enough detail so you can hit the ground running if need be. A must for all teachers and technology instructors!”
– Bobbie Lowe, Teacher Librarian
|Illustrator:||Anita DuFalla and Michelle Hazelwood Hyde|
|Audience:||Elementary (K-5), Middle (6-8)|
|Publisher:||National Center for Youth Issues|
|Release Date:||May 15, 2015|
|Product Type:||Activity Book|
|Topic:||Internet & Technology|