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Digital Citizenship: Digital Citizenship

The ESIFC and Common Sense Digital Citizenship Curriculum

All students need digital citizenship skills to be active participants in their communities, both online and in person. The NYCDOE Department of Library Services has aligned the Common Sense Digital Citizenship Curriculum to the Empire State Information Fluency Continuum to help build these digital citizenship skills through an inquiry model for grades 1-12. 

The Stripling Model of Inquiry

Stripling Model of Inquiry

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