A DIFFERENT TYPE OF LEARNING EXPERIENCE
Our comprehensive lessons are available entirely online and each one is designed to take 15-20 minutes to complete. Lessons can be easily accessed from any device connected to the internet.
5 Lessons for Younger Kids (Ages 9-12): These include a short video, followed by interactive knowledge checks to help reinforce key messages.
5 Lessons for Older Kids (Ages 13+): These include a 5-10 minute video, followed by interactive knowledge checks to help reinforce key messages.
Stand-Alone Lesson for Little Kids (Ages 5-8): This single module provides those just starting out on their digital journey with some basic foundational knowledge to help them stay on the right path.
5 Continue-the-Conversation for Parents: For each topic, parents get their own module highlighting key information covered in the kids' modules along with discussion questions for you to use with your children to reinforce key learning.
TOPICS FOR TODAY'S REALITY
These are the five topics we cover.
Digital Citizenship - A review of the key characteristics that define a responsible digital citizen.
Cyberbullying - A guide to the roles involved in cyberbullying, understanding the difference between a Bystander and an Upstander, and what to do if you become the target of a cyberbully.
Digital Footprint - An understanding of how everything in the digital world is permanent and nothing is ever really private.
Online Safety & Security How you can better protect your personal information and the steps you can take to stay safer in the digital world.
Media Literacy - How to use all of this information at your fingertips more wisely and how to check if what you are reading or seeing is really true.
HOW IT WORKS
All modules immediately become available for kids and parents to access upon purchase. Using your family's unique login, any member of your family will be able to easily access each lesson and complete it at their own pace. Modules can be reused as often as you need. However, please note that subscriptions are for a single family, not a co-op or other large group.