As educators, we seem to be spending an inordinate amount of time talking about the notion of digital citizenship. I've seen posts all over the place - including on Edutopia - outlining to teachers and educators what is meant by digital citizenship and how important it is for students to be aware of it. I highly recommend reading them - they're full of useful knowledge and helpful tips for teachers to consider when they help their students establish a foothold in the digital world.
I am looking for ideas through which I can incorporate digital citizenship practices into everyday learning. Something which 8-10 year olds can relate with. We have an yearly Digital Citizenship Week in which we have intensive five-day long activities comprising of games, quizzes and talks which emphasize on the wide and varied range of integral points to keep in mind while using technology. But, this year I thought to give it a new flavour where I could integrate normal classroom learning with responsible usage of technology.