The bits in the learn layer are comprised of classroom activities, resources and links for students.
These bits are designed to help students understand the importance of safe and ethical behavior in cyberspace and develop the attributes of a good digital citizen.
They can be integrated into existing classroom values programmes or across specific learning areas including Health, Social Studies, Media Studies, and English.
Just like the footprint you leave when you walk on the beach, your digital footprint is the trail you leave about yourself when you’re on the net. Anything you do online, including any profiles you have created, the sites you’ve visited and the online conversations you’ve had, add to this trail - even if you think you’ve been doing things anonymously, or have hidden them (e.g. deleted them from your computer)!
(link) A great roundup of code academy type locations and places where teens can start to develop their programming skills for a future computer science career.
This is created by young people for young people and is about NOT being a bystander.
From the teacher blog site (link) Teach Hub comes a "10 tips" type digest about digital footprints.
Teach young children why it is important not to give out too many details.