This semester I’ve been fortunate enough to be able to teach a tutorial class with 10 honors students on Digital Citizenship. Here is my course site: digciz.jadin.me
The course is best described as a small sampling of a few digital citizenship topics and a project where students design and build a website on Knight Domains for their own personal use. We meet once a week for 5 weeks, then we have a mid-semester check-in, then a end of semester website showcase! For the project,I sat down with all of them to help define the wants / needs / purpose of their site, and those criteria become the assessment criteria for their particular project.
On top of that, digciz.jadin.me itself is a bit of an experiment for me. I built it using Grav, using the Open matter Course Hub package. The content on the site itself is available on my GitHub for easy re-use by others.
Honestly there isn’t probably a ton that others would want to re-use here yet, as the site is pretty bare-bones. I typically use the site as a jumping off point for my students to get easy access to any materials, but I also use it as an in-class presentation tool instead of PowerPoint / Google Slides.