If I am not teaching students directly, how can I become a Common Sense Educator?

Last Updated: Aug 10, 2018 04:37PM PDT
If you are in an administrative or coordinating role and have led professional development or the planning of digital teaching and citizenship in your school, you are eligible to become a Common Sense Educator. You have a personalized voice and choice in your own professional learning, with the criteria being expanded to those outside the classroom. You can, for example, host a family engagement event informed by Common Sense resources or write a Common Sense lesson plan or a teacher review of an edtech tool and post it to Common Sense Education.

Additionally, if you're a school project lead, leading the efforts to earn recognition as a Common Sense School, you will earn the Common Sense Educator badge, along with the Common Sense School badge, when your Common Sense School application has been approved.

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