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Internet Ethics is a discussion and inquiry-based curriculum that can seamlessly integrate into any existing course to help K-12 students responsibly and actively navigate a digital world. Tailored for your school, our lessons work either as a whole curriculum or integrated where needed.
The shifting landscape of citizenship and the world of work, demands a shift in learning. For example, after the Industrial Revolution, Physical Education was mandated in public schools to help students exercise and stay healthy in a world where they were no longer working outside in agrarian settings. In today's tech-saturated world, students require internet ethics courses to become empowered and savvy tech users and creators.
The Internet Ethics (I.E.) curriculum is discussion-based and authentically uses inquiry-based questioning to provoke deep exploration and debate. The topics and activities are applicable to real life, and captivating to young learners, provoking deep thinking and questioning.
How Companies Gather Information
Through Social Media + Internet Activity
Is Internet Access a Right?
Is the Internet a Person, Place or Thing?
Should Social Media Be Censored?
Internet Sourcing & Spotting Misinformation, Bots and Fakes
Building a Long-Term Digital Footprint
Bullying, Hate Speech and Internet Empathy
The Internet Ethics team is comprised of K-12 educators and administrators dedicated to helping students utilize technology and social media in ways that engage, empower and inspire.