Digital Citizenship is a very useful curriculum that focuses on the ethics of online behavior, etiquette and safety. With video and quiz based format, the students will meet Main Frame and Browser as well as many other characters that explore the many facets of being a good digital citizen.

This curriculum is geared towards students who understand the internet and their access to it, generally for third grade and above. It's a great conversation starter to gently introduce concepts of precautions everyone will need to take online, from privacy to pirating.

Since Digital Citizenship deals with such important subject matters, you may want to block access to certain lessons. You can do this by classroom or by student, as shown at the bottom of this page.

To access Digital Citizenship, the students will select the top middle icon containing the dialogue box with the star in the center.


How To Enable Digital Citizenship For A Student or Group of Students

First, select your classroom.


Then, click your Students tab.


Select the check box under the word Roster to activate all students or if you only want one student to access this curriculum, click the check box next to the student's name to trigger the fly-out menu. From here, select Curriculum.


Now, scroll down to Digital Citizenship.

You can set the number of Experience Points required for students to unlock this, or simply enable it right away for them by entering 0 and selecting Update.

How to Enable Digital Citizenship For A Whole Class


First, select your classroom.

Then, select the Settings tab.

From here, select the Curriculum tab.

Now, scroll down to Digital Citizenship.


You can set the number of Experience Points required for students to unlock this, or simply enable it right away for them by entering 0 and selecting Assign All.


How to Block and Assign Certain Lessons To A Student or Group of Students


First, select your classroom.


Then, click your Students tab.


Select the check box under the word Roster to activate all students or if you only want one student to access this curriculum, click the check box next to the student's name to trigger the fly-out menu. From here, select Accommodations.

Now, select the Digital Citizenship tab.

From here, you will be able to lock or unlock all lessons by selecting the checkbox, or you can select individual lock and unlock icons in their respective lessons to pick and choose.

How to Block and Assign Certain Lessons To A Whole Classroom

First, select your classroom.

Then, select the Settings tab.

Now, select the Digital Citizenship tab.


From here, you will be able to lock or unlock all lessons by selecting the checkbox, or you can select individual lock and unlock icons in their respective lessons to pick and choose.

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