Google launches YouTube curriculum to educate students on responsible digital citizenship (video)
Google has developed an interactive curriculum on YouTube to support teachers in educating students on how to be safe, engaged and confident model netizens.
The initiative is aimed at students aged 13 to 17 and will help them to develop digital literacy skills on YouTube that would be applicable across the web.
A list of 10 lessons has been devised, in which students can learn about YouTube’s policies, how to report content, how to protect their own privacy, and how to be responsible YouTube community members and, in the broader picture, digital citizens.
Each lesson comes with guidelines for teachers and ready-made slides for presentation. There’s also a YouTube Curriculum channel where videos related to the project will be posted.
You should never judge your enemy until you’ve walked a mile in his shoes. Because after doing so, you’ll be a mile further away from him and you’ll have his shoes. And you should never plan a web project without walking a mile in the shoes of your customers.