Online Student Curriculum
Helping students understand and implement principles of Digital Citizenship
Students can learn digital citizenship principles in interactive, self-paced content easily imported into a district’s learning management system. This content is adapted for online classes directly from thousands of hours of teaching Kindergarten through 12th-grade students in-person in a classroom.
The topics and lessons are vetted and also align with ISTE Student Standards and other state standards. Packed full of videos and resources, students grades 4-9 will be taught all elements of digital citizenship and have their own self-reflection activities and goals set so they can take what they’ve learned and apply it to their lives.
There are two courses, with some overlapping content, for upper elementary age and middle school. Those grades are when students are getting their first phones, and online accounts and digital citizenship is a topic that should be reinforced.
Explore The Program Modules
Based on Digital Respons-Ability’s direct work with students, we have adapted our curriculum to be online. These self-paced modules are divided into two courses: Respons-Able Students 1 (grades 4-6) and Respons-Able Students 2 (grades 7-9). Each module is 1-2 hours long and includes interactive activities and an optional assessment with a certificate. The student modules include resources for teachers and parents to reinforce digital citizenship learning in the classroom or at home.