Young Canadians in a Wired World

This research report from MediaSmarts should be required reading and conversation among educators and administrators.

If you’re not embracing digital citizenship and responsibility now, how much longer can you go with your head in the sand?

You need to at least read the Executive Summary, but the entire report should give you pause and reflection.

At least look at the infographic prepared to summarize the report visually.

Please include attribution to http://mediasmarts.ca/ycww with this graphic.

Young Canadiana Life Online

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If this isn’t your call to action, what is?

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9 thoughts on “Young Canadians in a Wired World”

  1. I found the “parental involvement” section particularly interesting. Dramatic differences over time, between home and school, and between genders. Thanks for sharing this, Doug.

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