Thursday, October 17, 2019

Interactive, Halloween-Themed Digital Safety Bulletin Board

In my last post I shared about Digital Citizenship Week Ideas. Each month we host a monthly PBIS theme. Digital Citizenship is the monthly theme for October.

As an additional way to reinforce what students are learning this month about Digital Citizenship, I created an interactive, Halloween-themed, digital safety bulletin board to share digital safety tips with students and staff.


I designed the bulletin board to be interactive. Students/staff can lift the flap to learn more about each digital safety tip.


If you are interested in displaying a bulletin board like this in your own school, you can purchase it in my Teachers Pay Teachers store. Everything you need to display this bulletin board is included with the kit - social media icons, candy clipart, and a Jack-o-lantern face to glue on a bag.



How do you educate students about digital safety?

This Halloween-themed bulletin board kit is available on my TPT store. If you display this item in your own school I would love to see it! Please share with me on Instagram or Twitter.

Share your ideas in the comment section below or connect with me on Instagram or Twitter.

Danielle is a middle school counselor, counselor education doctoral candidate, and blogger at School Counselor Blog, a place where school counselors share innovative ideas, creative lesson plans, and quality resources. Danielle is also co-founder of the hashtag #scchat where #schoolcounselors connect to share ideas and resources on social media. Connect with Danielle via emailInstagramTwitter, or Pinterest.



Digital Citizenship Week Ideas

Each month our PBIS program hosts a monthly theme. The theme for October is Digital Citizenship. October 14th - 18th is also Digital Citizenship week. We facilitate lessons, events, and activities each month related to the monthly PBIS theme.

For Digital Citizenship month, all students received a Nearpod lesson in advisory about creating a positive digital footprint. There are lots of FREE Digital Citizenship Lessons available on Nearpod through Common Sense Media.

To reinforce the information students learned during the PBIS lesson about creating a positive digital footprint, I created digital safety tips to display on our TV monitors throughout the school.

To create the digital safety tips, I used Canva, a free digital media tool. Canva has tons of excellent, FREE, digital media templates. Canva is also very easy to use. You can create teams and share your designs with other staff members.






Here is an example of what the digital safety tips look like on the TV monitors.

How do you celebrate Digital Citizenship Week at your school? What activities or lessons do you facilitate to promote digital safety?

Share your ideas in the comment section below or connect with me on Instagram or Twitter.

Danielle is a middle school counselor, counselor education doctoral candidate, and blogger at School Counselor Blog, a place where school counselors share innovative ideas, creative lesson plans, and quality resources. Danielle is also co-founder of the hashtag #scchat where #schoolcounselors connect to share ideas and resources on social media. Connect with Danielle via email, InstagramTwitter, or Pinterest.



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