Good Digital Citizenship Information
If you are purchasing a device for your child this holiday season, FCPS wants to help you support your child in the online world. If the device is internet-enabled, please consider the following:
Before purchasing a gaming system, check the specifications of the product and its features. Popular gaming systems allow children to connect with other gamers; there is a possibility to connect with others that he/she may not know.
It’s easy to spend hours on a device. Help your children learn to manage their screen time.
Digital citizenship is learning process and your child will need sustained support from parents and teachers. Visit bit.ly/fairfaxdigcit for a parent-child course that can help your family start conversations about navigating the online world.
Have you thought about the rules you want to establish with your child for setting up accounts and downloading apps? What will you allow and not allow and how will you monitor your child’s online activities? Find advice and learn more at https://www.commonsensemedia.org/parent-concerns
Online communication is public and permanent. Talk with your children regularly to remind them that what they do online may impact future opportunities.
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