|https://www.digitalpassport.org/ – Common Sense Digital Passport. Click on the link to Resources at the bottom of the page to get a set of lesson plans to guide your students through many aspects of Digital Literacy. The games are designed to reinforce the learning. These lessons are mainly designed for grades 3-5 but I think students up to grade 7 could benefit from them.|
|https://beinternetawesome.withgoogle.com/en_us/interland – Interland is a game put out by Google to teach online safety.
Here is a page of teacher resources to go with the games: https://beinternetawesome.withgoogle.com/en_us/educators
|eSafety Resources– The Yes project looks fantastic for middle school age students|
| https://www.commonsense.org/education/digital-citizenship/curriculum You may need to create an account but it is very worth the time it takes and it is free. Here you will find a very nicely laid out Curriculum with lessons for all grades.
|The Digital Compass Program is excellent for teaching intermediate digital citizenship. Right now it is Flash based but I managed to get it to work using Firefox for a browser rather than Google Chrome. Be sure to check out the teacher resources.
|Netsmartz Student Project Kit – This guide takes you through project for Digital Literacy designed for Middle School students.
|http://www.netsafeutah.org/educators/educator_videos.html – This site is extremely useful so make sure you check out the whole thing. I linked to videos because they are excellent! Click here for a page of fabulous resources you can download to use with the videos.|
|http://www.netsmartz.org/Resources – Here you will find excellent videos and lessons. There is also a one hour course that you can take.|
|Everfi Ignition: Everfi offers this free 6 lesson course on digital wellness. It lends itself really well to independent or online learning.|