Each day, in classrooms across the province, kids use screens to learn and work. While the learning spaces have changed, the challenges of adolescence have not.
This is why University of Regina professor Alec Couros is taking time to teach a class of at least 8,800 elementary and high school students on Tuesday.
The lesson’s focus? How to be a good digital citizen, or #digcit.
“Digital citizenship is a new way of looking at the anti-bullying initiatives that have been prevalent,” Couros explained.