Cyber Civics works best when the whole community—students, teachers, and parents—learn together! That's why:


  • The curriculum includes send-home parent letters with activities that align with every classroom lesson taught.

  • Cyberwise is our site full of free resources for parents and teachers. Sign up for the parent newsletter too!


Your workshop was one of the most relevant, helpful, and informative workshops I’ve taken.  Thank you so very much for this gift of your curriculum and support to help the children (and adults) grow to be wise users, producers and participants in our digital world.  I learned a lot and have been enthusiastically sharing workshop content with family, friends and relatives.

Susan White

Interim Administrator, Waldorf School at Moraine Farm

Your presentations were engaging and informative, and I've heard rave reviews from faculty and parents alike!

Erin Milner

Admissions Director

Thank you  for coming to West Virginia for an onsite Cyber Civics/Media Literacy training. We left the training feeling confident that we could effectively utilize the lessons and tremendous resources you provided us.  The hands-on activities and great discussions throughout the day prepared us to teach students how to be strong digital citizens.  We’re more than excited to take your Cyber Civics curriculum into middle schools in West Virginia.  Diana’s passion for this work, her level of knowledge and her ability to meet the needs of our organization have given the prevention educators resources, information and programming not only for students but parents and teachers.

Debra Lopez-Bonasso

Education Coordinator, W. VA. Foundation for Rape Information and Services

Your presentation was a major hit! The work that you do is needed and you do such a great job of making sure our kids get the best information and skills around digital citizenship. 

Mirna Cardenas

Organizer, KIPP Schools Parent Summit

Your presentation and resources were extremely useful to our participating educators who are anxious to implement civic learning in their classrooms. You have certainly helped them meet their goal to equip students with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to become informed, engaged citizens.

Michelle Herczog, Ed.D. and Rob Vicario

L.A. County Office of Education and Orange County Dept. of Education

We need people like Diana Graber to push the issues of digital citizenship and media literacy forward. It is far too easy to shake our tiny fists in the air and focus on every tawdry digital-gone-bad story. It is much more challenging, and admirable, to work tirelessly towards finding solutions. That's what Diana does.

David Ryan Polgar

Founder, Digital Citizenship Summit

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