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8th Grade 21st Century Learners

A Great Guide on Teaching Students about Digital Footprint

Know how you can be tracked on the internet. What is your digital footprint and who are you perceived as online?

Digital Citizenship Poster for Middle and High School Classrooms | Common Sense Media

Learn what you are allowed to share on the internet.

4 Principles Of Digital Literacy

Literacy is the ability to make sense of something, often generalized as the ability to read and write. In the 21st century, new literacies are emerging and digital media allow communication to be more complicated than it was in the past.

More Ways of Teaching Leadership - TeacherTube

A video that explains how to teach and develop leadership skills. Students and teachers explain and elaborate on different tools to gain leadership skills.


This is a graphic organizer used to explain: currency; relevance; authority; accuracy; and purpose. This test is used to evaluate web sources. It is designed to help students search through information and determine which sources are valuable to the topic of research.

What is Digital Citizenship?

This video goes explains the steps and qualities needed to be a Digital Citizen. Students need to be informed and prepared to be digitally responsible in a new world that revolves around technology.

10 Team-Building Games For The First Day Of Class

Teamwork in the classroom is a crucial step in having community among your students. This is a list of ways to start your school year off right.

Team Building Lesson

Lesson plan outline to teach students to be part of a team. Teaching students to listen, respect, and care for one another.

Leadership lesson plan:

Lesson plans on teaching leadership to your students. How they can embrace their personality to influence the world, and teaches students to build trust, confidence and community with their class.

Emotional Intelligence in the Classroom: Activities and Conflict Resolution Skills

"Teaching emotional intelligence to students means teaching them conflict resolution skills"

Global Citizenship - Whose Is It, Anyway?

Teaches students about circumstances in which it is and is not permissible to use the work of others.

Communication - "Do You Hear What I Say?"

This demonstrates an exercise that will build teamwork and communication among students. It will also demonstrate how carefully we need to choose our words to get the exact meaning of what we are trying to communicate across.

Entrepreneurship - Settlers in a New Community

Student can experience business relations, calculate profit, and develop an understanding of economic growth by engaging in this simple activity.


Through this lesson on communication, students will understand how important it is to carefully chose our words. If we leave room for interpretation our message is likely to be skewed. This lesson also touches on conflict resolution.

Problem Solving - Traffic Jam

Teams building and problem solving game. Depending on students interactions it could also lead to conflict resolution skills.

Problem Solving - The Marshmallow Challenge

The Marshmallow Challenge seems fun, and it encourages teams to experience simple but important lessons in collaboration, innovation, and creativity.