This week is Digital Citizenship week; a time for schools to really focus on how they are helping their students to develop good digital habits that will set them up for the future.

Positive digital interactions and responsible online behaviour are the cornerstones of good digital citizenship, helping to protect students from harm and encouraging them to act towards others in the manner that they would like and expect others to act towards them.

We recently worked with pupil-led online school safety program, eCadets, to create the FAB theory that highlights the different aspects of becoming a good digital citizen across the key areas of online safety; respect and responsibility; content and community; influence and innovation; and digital leadership.

Technology plays an important part in supporting these areas – something that our feature-rich education solutions NetSupport DNA and NetSupport School do well. Read our blog to learn more:

Happy Digital Citizenship Week, everyone!