Want to change the culture around technology in your organization? Take our digital citizenship educator training. We bring our experience working thousands of hours with students into this hands-on professional development.

This training will prepare educators to implementing digital citizenship elements and principles in their classroom and beyond. Completing these classes provides professional and continuing education hours and a certificate for those hours is available in partnership with Utah Valley University for an additional fee.

There is an educator booklet (approx. 60 pages) that goes along with all the topics . It’s an informational workbook that encourages reflection and taking the lessons beyond the classroom. It can be included with an additional cost of $20 per copy, discounted to $15 if it’s over 50 copies ordered.

Topics in the course:

What is Digital Citizenship?

Learn about the nine different elements of digital citizenship and the history of this multi-disciplinary field.

Knowledge Assessment

Understand the framework and standards of digital citizenship and test your own knowledge.

Technology Trends

Discuss how technology trends affect young people and how we should teach digital citizenship.

Gamification & Experiential Learning

Know how the teaching models of gamification and experiential learning can be applied to teaching digital citizenship.

Prevention Science and Technology

Understand prevention science and its framework to help prevent unhealthy digital behaviors.

  • What is Digital Citizenship?

    Learn about the nine different elements of digital citizenship and the history of this multi-disciplinary field.

  • Knowledge Assessment

    Understand the framework and standards of digital citizenship and test your own knowledge.

  • Technology Trends

    Discuss how technology trends affect young people and how we should teach digital citizenship.

  • Gamification & Experiential Learning

    Know how the teaching models of gamification and experiential learning can be applied to teaching digital citizenship.

  • Prevention Science and Technology

    Understand prevention science and its framework to help prevent unhealthy digital behaviors.

Online Communication

Discuss the best ways to communicate online and digital etiquette.

Teaching Digital Safety and Ethics

Know the dangers on the Internet, trends and how to stay safe and private online.

Healthy Limits around Technology

Learn how to encourage self-efficacy in young people so they set their own limits and boundaries.

Digital Commerce; College & Career Prep

Discuss fintech trends, financial scams and what young people need to know to apply for jobs and colleges online.

Other Digital Citizenship Concepts

Understand the digital law and digital rights and responsibilities.

  • Online Communication

    Discuss the best ways to communicate online and digital etiquette.

  • Teaching Digital Safety and Ethics

    Know the dangers on the Internet, trends and how to stay safe and private online.

  • Healthy Limits around Technology

    Learn how to encourage self-efficacy in young people so they set their own limits and boundaries.

  • Digital Commerce; College & Career Prep

    Discuss fintech trends, financial scams and what young people need to know to apply for jobs and colleges online.

  • Other Digital Citizenship Concepts

    Understand the digital law and digital rights and responsibilities.

PLUS: Digital Citizenship Testing Tools — Learn strategies and resources to test both you and your student’s knowledge of digital citizenship.


“The digital world is becoming more complex and the stakes are getting higher by the day. Having [Digital Respons-Ability] work with teachers and students is a great way to stay up to date and work through the challenges.

Keeping up to date with technology is difficult, and understanding the impacts can be even more challenging. [Digital Respons-Ability] is a great resource for schools, teachers, students, and parents to gain actionable insights into the fast moving online world. 

-Robert Warren, American Academy of Innovation

Contact us for more details: contact@respons-ability.net