Classroom Guidance Lessons
Career Exploration and Digital Citizenship
Students will identify and discuss personal qualities and values as they relate to the work place. Students will learn about their strengths and areas of interest. Students will make connections between school success and career success.
Students will understand and reflect on their role in our digital world. Students will differentiate between public, private and personal information when considering what is safe to share online.
Scope and Sequence
Lesson 1: Your Attitude is Showing (positive work habits, attitudes)
Lesson 2: Go Team Go! (teamwork, interdependence)
Lesson 3: Open Minds (overcoming bias, stereotypes)
Lesson 4: Say What You Mean (communication)
Lesson 1: Digital Life 101
Lesson 2: Private and Personal Information
Lesson 3: Social Networking
Lesson 1: I can demonstrate positive work habits.
Lesson 2: I can work cooperatively with a team.
Lesson 3: I can define bias and stereotypes.
Lesson 4: I can understand why clear communication is important.
Lesson 1: I can understand the importance of acting responsibly online.
Lesson 2: I can understand the difference between private and personal information.
Lesson 3: I can understand what information is and is not safe to share online.
Career Bridge: Washington's one-stop shop for career and education planning.
kids.gov: A safe place for kids to learn and grow.
Making the Internet Safer for Your Kids (article)
Parent Toolkit: 5th Grade Growth Charts
Parental Controls (online)