Topics covered in Digital Citizenship
Digital Citizenship Units
Through engaging content and interactive learning, these units explore topics like online privacy, digital etiquette, information literacy, and cyberbullying awareness.
Digital Citizenship Workbook
Order free printed workbooks that complement the Digital Citizenship course. This workbook teaches students about secure passwords, privacy practices, cyberbullying, safe websites, and more.
Introduce terms your students might be familiar with but don't understand fully (what are “terms and conditions,” anyway?).
Why Digital Citizenship Matters
Are your students using the internet safely? This course teaches skills that keep kids safe in an increasingly connected world.
Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I get Digital Citizenship?Don't have a Banzai account? Click here to sign up — it's free and only takes a few minutes! Once you've created your classes, you can add Digital Citizenship or any other Banzai courses.Have a Banzai teacher account? Select which class you want Digital Citizenship added to, click the “More” drop-down menu to the right of “+Add Students,” select “Settings,” and click Digital Citizenship—a blue checkmark should appear in front of the categories you’ve selected.
- Is the Digital Citizenship free?Yes! All Banzai courses are made available to teachers and students at no cost thanks to the sponsorship of local banks and credit unions.
- Who is the Digital Citizenship for?Because of the subject nature and difficulty level, Digital Citizenship is ideal for 9-15 year olds. But internet safety skills are vital for every age and the course can be used for older students as an introduction.
- How long does Digital Citizenship take?All Digital Citizenship courses combined should take roughly 1-2 hours to complete. Students are also encouraged to try multiple times—each experience is slightly different each time it's completed.