To get started, students took a Media Smarts quiz (not graded) and viewed a presentation to get a sense of what Digital Citizenship is all about. Students were given a letter to take home that introduces the course. You can access the presentation and the letter in the files section of this Fusion page. Students are expected to come to class prepared with a pencil, student agenda and pocket folder.
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