THE DIFFERENCE YOU’LL MAKE
School districts like Colorado’s District 38 are starting to offer continuing education credit for teaching DFI in the classroom.
Built for the classroom
All programs & lessons developed using multimedia content designed to hold kids’ interest with relevant, real-life examples.
Tech changes constantly, and so does the way kids use it. Our lessons are updated regularly to teach kids what they need to know.
Have your Students gain more awareness and be safer on the internet and their devices.
Take lessons in-class or give as homework.
EARN CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT
Here’s what teachers in Colorado’s District 38 earn by teaching DFI in the classroom:
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Who uses DFI?
Here are just a few of the hundreds of schools who teach DFI’s digital citizenship curriculum.
WHAT TEACHERS SAY
The videos provide to help strengthen some of the topics. They help break up presentations as well.
So important with the emotional intelligence ties throughout the curriculum
Digital Citizenship courses are spot on: Students seemed to realize how much time they were spending on devices and agreed to find time to put them down.
Some kids opened up about their parents abusing drugs and how they don’t want to be like them. Lessons were eye openers.
I love the up to date and organized presentations
I’m a fan of all of it
The lessons are effective, particularly with the younger kids
Easy way to get into the classroom and assemblies when there is an easy to use and good presentation already made for you
I find it easier to open conversations with parents and students
Parent Acedemies are great for informing parents of the hidden risks online. We all know the obvious stuff but most have had their eyes opened to a much deeper need to monitor our kids digital footprint.
The work you do at DFI to put together usable training and programs makes it easier for me to get information out to families
The consistent message being taught through every classroom is great and its helped both teachers and students to understand each other better
A benefit from having DFI curriculum is an increase in communication among parents and a substantial increase in communication between kids and parents.
What I like most is the consistency of the information across the courses, and the notes and outlines to teach the classes as they are supposed to be taught.
Understanding digital rights and responsibilities helps student to make better choices.
This program definitely opens the communication doors with students. Something we have not been able to do well in the past
I have had several students say that they are happier online and feel more in control after realizing how the apps work and how they are designed be addictive and keep them engaged.
See why teachers in all 50 states turn to DFI to help kids gain control of their digital lives. Our curriculum keeps kids engaged with fresh, relevant content that speaks to the real life issues they face.
ALL LESSONS ARE 100% FREE
The importance of being emotionally intelligent, having self-value over online perfection comparisons, and understanding the issues digital media creates.
Get teens to cultivate healthy relationships while focusing on kindness. Bullying, harassment, sexual harassment and dating abuse are also covered.