The following resources are meant to help provoke and introduce students to the five elements of Digital Wellness. These resources can support classroom discussion, self-reflection, and inquiry.
Interested in trying a digital wellness lesson in your classroom? If so, consider one of these lessons created by members of our Digital Wellness Lead team. You'll find lessons for Elementary, Middle, and High School students centered around our 5 digital wellness themes.
Humans of Boucherie
Learn how students from Mt. Boucherie Secondary are leveraging social media to create community in their school.
Are you getting all sides?
All sides exposes people to information and ideas from all sides of the political spectrum so they can better understand the world — and each other. Balanced news coverage, media bias ratings, civil dialogue opportunities, and technology platform are available for everyone and can be integrated by schools, nonprofits, media companies, and more.
Video shows how likes, retweets, favourites, etc. may not be telling the true story on how popular or unpopular a social media post is!
Lock devices up?
This article and video from NBC news describes how schools are asking students to physically look up their devices in “Yondr” pouches for the school day to ensure they are not distracted at school
Where is Fake News from?
Title is pretty self-explanatory but this entertaining and informative video discusses the concepts of influencers, confirmation bias, trust, echo chambers, etc. Finally it ends with some tips to identify fake news.
'Sit With Us' App
This video from CBS News describes an app built by a teen looking to help other students who had no one to sit with at lunch.