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Cyber Civics Mini

A condensed version of our turnkey middle school digital literacy program. Meets an urgent need to help youth become ethical, safe, and productive digital citizens. Includes a school-wide license to eight lesson plans, videos, parent letters and support to teach key digital citizenship and online safety concepts.

Regular Price: $199

About This Course

To meet the need of many schools, after-school programs, community groups and home school families for a "mini" series of Cyber Civics lessons—we created this short, yet effective, series of activities and videos. It includes six of our favorite lesson plans from Level 1 (Digital Citizenship), plus a sample lessons from Level 2 (Information Literacy) and Level 3 (Media Literacy for Positive Participation). Each is a snap to teach and will give young people the skills they need to successfully face some of the biggest challenges of the online world.

ā€‹The best news? We are so convinced you will love these lessons 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?

 

Visit our website: www.cybercivics.com

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Subscription fee ($199) provides you with a school-wide license for one full year. 
  • Any teacher at subscribing school/organization can open a private account and get full support.
  • Includes curriculum, video, support, professional development, parent engagement, monthly newsletter.
  • We credit full purchase towards Cyber Civics: Teach Year 1 if you opt to upgrade within 12 months.
  • We accept secure credit card payments (Pay Pal, Stripe) via this site.
  • We accept Purchase Orders. For a quote or to pay via P.O., contact us.  
  • For multiple school/district discounts, contact us.
  • Contact us for a free demo.

Contact: support@cybercivics.com or call (949) 481-4319

Testimonials

“In the four years 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, Founding School Administrator

"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, Teacher, 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, 7/16

"An intentional deep-dive that teaches emotional intelligence as much as it does digital citizenship."

-SmartBrief on EdTech, 4/19

 

 

Curriculum

  • Getting Started
  • Getting Started Guide
  • Parent Guide (if delivering lessons at home)
  • Send-Home Parent Letter w/Activities
  • Educational Standards Correlation
  • Foundational Research
  • Student Pre- and Post- Assessment
  • Pre- and Post- Assessment
  • Pre- and Post-Assessment Key
  • Curriculum
  • Lesson 1: The Five Principles of Citizenship
  • Preview
    Lesson 1: Video 1
  • Lesson 2: Digital Background Check
  • Lesson 2: Video 1
  • Lesson 2: Packet and Fillable Form
  • Lesson 3: To Share Or Not To Share?
  • Lesson 3: Scenarios and Fillable Form
  • Lesson 4: My Self, My Selfie
  • Lesson 5: Be Upstanding!
  • Lesson 5: Video 1
  • Lesson 5: Video 2
  • Lesson 5: Assignment
  • Lesson 6: You Are The Words You Use
  • Lesson 6: Fillable Form
  • Sample Lessons from Levels 2 & 3
  • Lesson 7: What Would You Collect?
  • Lesson 8: Your Brain on Tech

About This Course

To meet the need of many schools, after-school programs, community groups and home school families for a "mini" series of Cyber Civics lessons—we created this short, yet effective, series of activities and videos. It includes six of our favorite lesson plans from Level 1 (Digital Citizenship), plus a sample lessons from Level 2 (Information Literacy) and Level 3 (Media Literacy for Positive Participation). Each is a snap to teach and will give young people the skills they need to successfully face some of the biggest challenges of the online world.

ā€‹The best news? We are so convinced you will love these lessons 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?

 

Visit our website: www.cybercivics.com

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Subscription fee ($199) provides you with a school-wide license for one full year. 
  • Any teacher at subscribing school/organization can open a private account and get full support.
  • Includes curriculum, video, support, professional development, parent engagement, monthly newsletter.
  • We credit full purchase towards Cyber Civics: Teach Year 1 if you opt to upgrade within 12 months.
  • We accept secure credit card payments (Pay Pal, Stripe) via this site.
  • We accept Purchase Orders. For a quote or to pay via P.O., contact us.  
  • For multiple school/district discounts, contact us.
  • Contact us for a free demo.

Contact: support@cybercivics.com or call (949) 481-4319

Testimonials

“In the four years 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, Founding School Administrator

"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, Teacher, 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, 7/16

"An intentional deep-dive that teaches emotional intelligence as much as it does digital citizenship."

-SmartBrief on EdTech, 4/19

 

 

Curriculum

  • Getting Started
  • Getting Started Guide
  • Parent Guide (if delivering lessons at home)
  • Send-Home Parent Letter w/Activities
  • Educational Standards Correlation
  • Foundational Research
  • Student Pre- and Post- Assessment
  • Pre- and Post- Assessment
  • Pre- and Post-Assessment Key
  • Curriculum
  • Lesson 1: The Five Principles of Citizenship
  • Preview
    Lesson 1: Video 1
  • Lesson 2: Digital Background Check
  • Lesson 2: Video 1
  • Lesson 2: Packet and Fillable Form
  • Lesson 3: To Share Or Not To Share?
  • Lesson 3: Scenarios and Fillable Form
  • Lesson 4: My Self, My Selfie
  • Lesson 5: Be Upstanding!
  • Lesson 5: Video 1
  • Lesson 5: Video 2
  • Lesson 5: Assignment
  • Lesson 6: You Are The Words You Use
  • Lesson 6: Fillable Form
  • Sample Lessons from Levels 2 & 3
  • Lesson 7: What Would You Collect?
  • Lesson 8: Your Brain on Tech