Digital Citizenship: Promoting Wellness for Thriving in a Connected World is a textbook for secondary students (grades 6-12) aligned with the learning outcomes of the Society for Health and Physical Education. It is designed to help students understand and address the unintended consequences of the habitual use of the internet and social media. As digital natives, today's students are born into a world where technology is a necessary part of everyday life. This textbook will help teach teens how to make better informed online decisions. It is a powerful tool for teachers in the classroom and for parents to use in helping their teens navigate social relationships in a 21st century context. This textbook directly addresses the social, mental, psychological and emotional health needs of students through learning tasks, real world scenarios and activities specifically designed to enhance their understanding of living in a digital reality.