Super Citizenship (Digital Citizenship) is a very useful and timely curriculum that focuses on the ethics of online behavior, etiquette and safety. With a video and quiz based format, the students will meet Main Frame and Browser as well as many other Digital Super Hero characters that explore and teach 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 Super Citizenship deals with such important subject matters, you may elect to have your own teaching strategy and lock/unlock access to certain lessons until you are ready to have your students learn them. You can do this by classroom or by student, as shown at the bottom of this page.

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



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

To do this, first, go to your Classes tab on the left-hand side of your Dashboard.



Then, select the classroom you'd like to adjust the settings for.



Then, you'll want to go to your Students tab.



From your student roster, you can assign Super Citizenship to individual or multiple students. To do this, select the checkboxes next to the name or names of your students you'd like to have a certain curriculum.



Now, from the drop-down menu at the top, select Super Citizenship . Then, select Assign.



Now, you'll see the selected students have the Super Citizenship curriculum assigned to them!

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