CYBER CIVICS

Cyber Civics is the award-winning middle school digital citizenship and literacy program that meets an urgent and growing need to prepare students to be ethical, safe, and productive digital citizens.

The curriculum includes three levels of weekly turn-key lessons in Digital Citizenship, Information Literacy, and Media Literacy For Positive Participation. It is easy for any school, teacher, after-school program, or home school parent to teach. Lessons emphasizes critical thinking, ethical discussion and decision making about digital media issues... all through role-play, hands-on projects, and problem solving tasks. Based upon published academic research : New Media Literacy Education: A Developmental Approach, it can be taught entirely without technology (that’s because experts widely agree that the most important new media skills are social and behavioral skills!). Learn how to bring Cyber Civics to your school.

 

Visit the Cyber Civics website to find out why schools and home schoolers in 45 U.S. states, and internationally, teach Cyber Civics. Or contact us directly for more information.

During COVID-19 we are offering the same program schools use for home use at 50% off. Learn more here.

Cyber Civics on the Today Show

The Book About Cyber Civics

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What They're Saying About Cyber Civics

“Since cyber-life is imperative to a child’s future, isn’t it about time to demand that schools implement Cyber Civics classes?”

 

-Sue Scheff, in “Digital Citizenship Is As Important As Potty Training: Let's Start Cyber Civics Classes In All Schools”

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, Journey School Administrator

Working with DIana Graber and watching her develop the curriculum, I recognize that it is based on the the same cognitive developmental skills that are foundational to Waldorf teaching in 6th, 7th, and 8th grades. While this curriculum has found a rich home in Waldorf schools that foster ethical development, it is a curriculum that can fit in all educational settings.

 

-Bonnie River, Chair of Hybrid Program Waldorf Teacher Training, Rudolf Steiner College

Cyber Civics on America Tonight:

“Journey School in Aliso Viejo, Calif., implemented a weekly course to help kids navigate the online world...a lot of young kids don’t appreciate that what they post is permanent, and need to be taught about how their digital footprint will live forever. To get this message through to the kids, nothing beats peer-to-peer interactions.”

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GOT DIGITAL KIDS?

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CYBER CIVICS FOR HOME USE

Home school and community groups can now get our award-winning digital literacy curriculum too!

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DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP COURSE

FREE course for parents plus  activities to help  your kids navigate a tech-filled world.

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