Instill Digital Citizenship
Grading Made Easy
Banzai Digital Citizenship provides automatic grading, progress tracking, and clear decision trees to monitor student learning and outcomes.
Students navigate online safety in this role-play style game. They’ll sign up for a fictional social media app, decide what to post, and encounter challenges inspired by real-world situations.
Topics covered in the Digital Citizenship course
Practice creating a strong password and understand the importance of one.
Experience firsthand why sensitive data needs to be kept private.
Discover how to spot a phishing link and the consequences of clicking one.
Navigate the minefield of safely posting on and interacting with social media.
Research news articles, apps, and more in order to spot fake news.
Examine the security of an online store to identify red flags.
Master the ability to spot and avoid scammers on the web.
Learn to recognize the signs of an online imposter.
Why Digital Citizenship Matters
Are your students using the internet safely? It only takes one misstep to cause serious damage to a person’s identity, finances, or device. This course teaches skills your students will use every single day.Sign Up, It's Free!
Digital Citizenship Vocabulary
The course introduces new terms and expands on those your students have probably heard but don’t fully understand (what are “terms and conditions,” anyway?).
The included pre- and post-tests clearly demonstrate students’ comprehension and growth, as well as areas that could benefit from further discussions.
- How do I get Digital Citizenship?
If you 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.
If you already have a Banzai Teacher account, add Digital Citizenship by signing in, clicking the class, and selecting “Add Course” in the navigation bar.
- Is the Digital Citizenship Course 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 course for?
Because of the subject nature and difficulty level, this course 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?
With the pre-, post-test, and game combined, the entire course should take 1-2 hours to complete. Few students will “win” on their first attempt at the game, though, and they are encouraged to try multiple times. Each experience and ending is slightly different.
Prepare your students for adult life with Banzai’s interactive, personal skills curriculum.