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Cyber Civics Mini:
Digital Citizenship &
Online Safety Lessons
This is condensed version of our turnkey middle school digital literacy program meets the urgent need to help students become ethical, knowledgeable, and empowered digital citizens. You get a school-wide (or organization-wide) license to six in-classroom lessons (no tech required!), plus videos, send-home parent activities, and full support.
About CYBER CIVICS MINI
To meet the expressed need of many schools, after-school programs, community groups and home school families for a "mini" series of Cyber Civics lessons on digital citizenship and online safety—we created this short, yet effective, series of lessons.
Cyber Civics “Mini” includes six of our favorite lessons from the year-long program. Each of these are a snap to teach and will give your students the skills they need to successfully face some of the biggest challenges of the online world.
The best news? We are so convinced you will love this short course that you will want to get our full program. So your investment will be credited towards the full Cyber Civics program should you subscribe within 12 months of purchase. How awesome is that?
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
These lessons come from Cyber Civics: Level 1 which is packed with peer-to-peer learning activities that call on critical thinking, ethical discussion and decision making through hands-on projects, problem solving activities, and role-play, all surrounding the topic of "digital citizenship" (the norms of appropriate and responsible technology use). Currently taught in all types of schools, after-school programs, and by home-schoolers across 44 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, Diana Graber, is the recipient of the "2017 Media Literacy Teacher Award" from the National Association of Media Literacy Education (NAMLE). Her book—"Raising Humans in a Digital World: Helping Kids Build a Healthy Relationship with Technology" (HarperCollins Leadership) tells the Cyber Civics story.
Frequently Asked Questions
The fee ($199) provides you with a school-wide license for one full year.
Any teacher at your school can open a private account and get full support.
Includes curriculum, video, resources, instructor support, and parent engagement tools.
If you purchase the full program within 12 months, this fee will be deducted from purchase.
We accept secure credit card payments (Pay Pal, Stripe) via this site.
We also accept Purchase Orders. For a quote or to pay via P.O. Ask us for an order form.
For multiple school/district discounts, please contact us.
For online demonstrations or onsite presentations, contact us.
Please download the entire Cyber Civics™ Level 1 FAQ's.
Homeschoolers and After-School Programs: Get a special rate on Cyber Civics, ask us!
“Since the Cyber Civics™ classes started at our school, there have been only three reported incidences of poor digital behavior; none in the last two years. This is unheard of in this day and age. What has been a small investment has paid off tenfold. Plus it allows us to put our energy on what matters most, learning and teaching in a happy, safe, and healthy community.”
-Shaheer Faltas, Administrator at the Founding School
"After seeing Journey School's Cyber Civics program presentation and learning more about it, I am pleased to endorse it on behalf of Charters OC as a solution to helping young people learn how to use digital media competently and thoughtfully."
-Susan Mas, Executive Director, Charters OC- an initiative of Innovators OC and the California Charter Schools Association
"An excellent resource to teach students how to be safe and wise online. The activities, videos, resources, and support staff are top notch."
-Morgan Hensley, Teacher, Southwestern Middle School, Hanover, IN
"Cyber Civics lays a strong foundation for healthy digital ethics, information and computer literacy so when children face inevitable, difficult choices online, they will make the right decisions."
-Dr. Paul Helfrich, Teacher, Westside Waldorf School, L.A., CA
"The thoughtfulness and breadth of the program is an asset to our school, and the parents are very happy to have "tech-driver's-ed" in our curriculum."
-Soni Albright, City of Lakes Waldorf School
"We know that digital-citizenship education works. The Journey School in Aliso Viejo, a small Southern California city, is an example of a digital-citizenship success story. Since instituting a three-year middle school series on digital citizenship, information literacy on evaluation of online sources, and media-literacy courses to teach critical-thinking skills around media texts of all kinds—music videos, film, print advertising—the school has nearly eliminated bullying and behavioral issues and significantly boosted standardized-test scores."
-Education Week, July 2016
Cyber Civics is the best digital media literacy curriculum I've seen yet as it is developmentally based and creative."
-Sheila Reilly, Administrator, Woodland Star Charter School
"Since cyber-life is imperative to a child's future, isn't it about time to demand that schools implement Cyber Civics classes?"
-Online Safety Expert Sue Scheff, in "Digital Citizenship Is a Important as Potty Training: Let's Start Cyber Civics In All Schools"
“If a Cyber Civics or digital literacy class is offered in your school or community, sign the kids up."
Kelly Wallace, CNN, in "5 Things To Think About Before Buying Your Child a Cell Phone"
Send-home parent letters w/activities
Pre- and Post- Assessments
Student Assessment Quiz