Digital Citizenship Training
All students completing a practicum, internship, or student teaching are required to complete Digital Citizenship Training. The training must be current within 6 months prior to beginning the practicum, internship, and student teaching.
Digital citizenship can be defined as engaging in appropriate and responsible behavior when using technology. It encompasses digital literacy, ethics, etiquette, online safety, norms, rights, culture and more. A digital citizen is one who knows what is right and wrong, exhibits intelligent technology behavior, and makes good choices when using technology.
All compliance documents must be valid through the end of the semester for practicum, internship, and student teaching.
- Digital Citizenship Training - Training can be accessed through My Missouri State > Teacher Education Resources box/card > Digital Citizenship Training. Upon completion, the training will be documented in My Missouri State TEST SCORES.
Expiration dates of compliance documents can be viewed in My Missouri State > My Student Records box/card > Test Scores.
Professional Education Services - Hill Hall 212
Compliance Documents - Hill Hall 212
Office Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Monday through Friday)