Online Community, Culture, and Citizenship Digital Literacy Teacher Pass
Activist or slacktivist?
Students wouldn't throw garbage on the floor of the real-world classroom (we hope), and unless you're teaching a group that idolizes Banksy, they probably won't smear graffiti on the walls, either. We're here to help you transfer those manners to the Interwebs.
In this guide you will find
- a lesson exploring trolls and flamewars. Makes sure to wear protective gear.
- an activity that will allow yours students to feed people with just a few clicks.
- outside resources on Twitter free speech (free tweech?) and online "slacktivism."
Our teaching guide prepares you turn students from slacktivists into responsible online netizens.
What's Inside Shmoop's Digital Literacy Teaching Guides
Shmoop is a labor of love from folks who love to teach. Our teaching guides will help you supplement in-classroom learning with fun, engaging, and relatable learning materials that bring digital literacy to life.
Inside each guide you'll find assignments and activities—all written by experts and designed to save you time—along with outside resources to help your students dig deep.