CYBER CIVICS FOR HOMESCHOOL, SMALL GROUPS & DISTANCE LEARNING 

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Whether you are a homeschool family, a small community group, or a parent who wants their children to benefit from lessons on safe and responsible technology use, you can get the same comprehensive curriculum schools in 48 US states (and internationally) rave about to use at home with your children (and their friends...up to 10!).

 

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What is CYBER CIVICS?

 

Cyber Civics is a comprehensive, hands-on, activity-packed curriculum that includes lessons plans, slides, videos, and more. Our program makes it easy for you to teach essential digital literacy skills to middle school students. It covers "digital citizenship" (the norms of appropriate, responsible, behavior with regard to technology use), "information literacy" (knowing how to find, retrieve, analyze, and use online information), and "media literacy" (using critical thinking skills to analyze media messages). It layers lessons so that a complex digital world makes sense to young people.

 

Cyber Civics lessons call on critical thinking, ethical discussion and decision making through hands-on projects, problem solving, and role-play. Tested and refined for over ten years in classrooms across 48 US states and internationally, lessons meet educational standards and can be taught in the classroom or at home (even in the event of remote learning). Our goal is to help you raise ethical, safe, and productive digital citizens. Many parents ask for students to get these lessons before they receive their first mobile device.

Fully aligned with ELA, Tech, and SEL educational standards, see how

Testimonials

 

"How great it was to not have to plan these lessons myself - usually I have to do all the hard work and, apart from a few tweaks to adjust for the fact we weren’t in a group - I could pretty much pick up the lesson plans and go.” 

-Cathy Wall, Home School Parent

"As part of a small home school group we were so excited to find your program! It was easy to teach and we all learned just as much as our kids! Thank you so much for making it available at such a great rate for home school families." 

-Sheila Eckhart, Home School Parent

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Subscribing to Level 1 gives you access to sequential lesson plans, activities, slides, videos, guides, fillable forms for students, and ongoing support for one full year.

  • Subscribing to all 3 Levels gives you access to over 75 sequential lesson plans, activities, slides, videos, guides, fillable forms for students, and ongoing support for three full years.

  • Resources are always current and constantly updated in order to keep up with an ever-changing digital world!

  • You'll receive a monthly newsletter announcing new lessons and resources.

  • For online demonstrations or onsite presentations, contact us.

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Our Story

 

Launched in a public Waldorf-inspired public charter school (Journey School) in 2010, Cyber Civics™ is now taught in all types of schools, after-school programs, and by home-schoolers across 48 US states and internationally. It has received national media attention, been honored as an "Innovation in Education" award finalist by Project Tomorrow and the O.C. Tech Alliance, and its founder was awarded the "2017 Media Literacy Teacher Award" from the National Association of Media Literacy Education (NAMLE). A book—"Raising Humans in a Digital World: Helping Kids Build a Healthy Relationship with Technology" (HarperCollins Leadership) tells the Cyber Civics story.

SUBSCRIBER-ONLY CURRICULUM


LEVEL 1:

DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP

(learn more here)

UNIT 1: Becoming a De-"Tech"-Tive*

UNIT 2: Citizenship

UNIT 3: Your Digital Reputation

UNIT 4: Ethical Thinking

UNIT 5: Cyberbullying & Digital Drama

UNIT 6: Identity & Privacy

LEVEL 2:

INFORMATION LITERACY

(learn more here)

 

UNIT 1: Learning Balance

UNIT 2: Online Safety & Security

UNIT 3: Searching the Web

​UNIT 4: Your Personal Information 

UNIT 5: Copyright| Fair Use | Public Domain

​​​UNIT 6: How To Use Wikipedia

LEVEL 3:

MEDIA LITERACY FOR POSITIVE PARTICIPATION

(learn more here)

UNIT 1: Living in a Participatory Culture
UNIT 2: Calling on Critical Thinking
UNIT 3: "Fake" News
​UNIT 4: Stereotypes & Media Representation
​UNIT 5: Visual Literacy
​UNIT 6: Sexting
​UNIT 7: Digital Leadership
EXTRA UNIT: Research Skills