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Digital Citizenship

learn how to navigate cyberbullying, privacy, safety, and other digital dilemmas

Digital Passport

Earn your very own Digital Passport by playing through our five award-winning games that help you practice your online safety and citizenship skills. Web-based games and videos engage 3rd - 5th graders in independent learning.  

This suite of engaging games addresses key issues facing kids in today's digital world. It teaches critical skills related to digital safety, respect, and community. Each of the five games include videos, three levels of gameplay and collaborative offline activities..

  • In Twalkers, students learn why it's important to avoid multitasking with a cell phone. They consider the benefits of focusing on one task at a time.
  • In Share Jumper, students evaluate examples of online messages. They decide what information is appropriate to share and when. Students are also reminded that nothing is truly "private" or "erasable" online.
  • In E-volve, students make choices about what to do if they or their friends are cyberbullied. They are encouraged to "evolve" into an “Upstander” – someone who takes action to stop cyberbullying, rather than standing by.
  • In Search Shark, students learn how to choose effective keywords for searching online. They practice selecting keywords that are most relevant to a search prompt. Along the way, students discover hints for narrowing their search results.
  • In Mix-n-Mash, students remix media content to create a new creative piece. Along the way, they give proper credit to the artists whose images and sound clips they use.