We spend more of our lives online than ever before. You might think young people, raised on apps and devices, would easily adapt. But as school and socializing went virtual during the pandemic, they struggled with isolation, stress, and declining mental health. How do we prepare young people to thrive in a digital landscape we’re still figuring out ourselves? Alexa Hasse, Director of Education at the Youth and Media project at Harvard University’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society, offers some key lessons about the skills young people need to be good “digital citizens” of our increasingly online world.