|from JDJ from OpenClipArt.org|
"Being a good digital citizen is more than learning your way around the web. It's about empowering your students with skills to think critically, behave safely, and participate responsibly online, allowing them to connect and collaborate in meaningful ways." ~https://www.commonsense.org
Take a look at standard 2 of ISTE's Standards for Students:
There is also a downloadable digital citizenship pledge that could be printed out and signed by students, and then posted in the classroom; get it on the Common Sense Media Website.
All of theses resources are free and easy to implement. Let's all do our part!