“Global Digital Citizenship addresses how we participate and contribute in the blended physical and digital worlds, and how we can leverage the digital world to grow citizens in this new reality.”

A Global Digital Citizen practices leadership, ethics, global awareness, and personal responsibility. There’s no better place to begin nurturing these values within our children than today’s classroom.

This is the book that will show you how to do it right.

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Growing Global Digital Citizens

Better Practices That Build Better Learners

This practical guide from Lee Watanabe-Crockett and Andrew Churches explores how to transform education through the concept of Global Digital Citizenship. Embraced by thousands of schools, Global Digital Citizenship practices empower students to effectively and ethically participate in and contribute to the digital world around them.

The authors provide a clear path for establishing a Global Digital Citizenship program in your school. Additionally, they give professional guidance on how K–12 teachers and administrators can grow global citizens who are respectful and responsible critical thinkers equipped with the skills necessary for living in an interconnected world.

Awareness, knowledge, and digital stewardship are at the forefront of an educator’s work. In their latest book, Lee Crockett and Andrew Churches provide a road map for school communities to help students commit to global digital citizenship. This is a must-read for the modern school principal.

Simon Vaughan

Principal, Melrose High School

Lee and Andrew provide both excellent reasoning and strategies to put your students, no matter what their grade, at the forefront of being Global Digital Citizens. Looking to build better practices that build better learners? This is the book to help you and your school community find success.

Craig Cantlie

Educational Leader, Founder of TEDxWestVancouverED

This groundbreaking book is an exciting and fresh discussion of the dynamic responsibilities inherent to living in an ever-smaller global village, where respect for the planet and its inhabitants is as important as more iconic digital citizenship topics like privacy and social media.

Jacqui Murray

Author and Educator, AskATechTeacher.com

Start Growing With Your Students

Join thousands of global educators who are bringing Global Digital Citizenship to their classrooms and schools. Click below to purchase your copy of Growing Global Digital Citizens: Better Practices That Build Better Learners.

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