Three things I think students need to know:
1. Take time to completely go through Brain Pop emphasizing teacher expectations for internet safety and etiquette.
2. We can create a chart with our classroom internet and safety etiquette rules that EVERYONE would have to buy into.
3. Creative Commons will teach about licenses to mark creative works of others for student research.
One resource I plan to use instructionally is BRAIN POP....it's user friendly for emphasizing internet safety and privacy matters at a kid level.
I will teach the idea of digital citizenship to my students using the Atomic Learning Workshop called Touching on Netiquette and Avoiding Plagiarism.
Concerning Digital Citizenship with our Parents:
Wes Fryer's Moving at the Speed of Creativity is one resource that can be used. TEA's Internet Saftey Page is another.