Digital Citizenship & Internet Maturity for Students

Are you facing 'Digital Discipline' issues in your school? Do you wish to transform the online behaviour of your students...

Two tablet computers showing transition from bad to good digital discipline in a school
If YES, then you must embrace the REAL and internationally accepted solution

Provide Digital Citizenship & Internet Maturity education to all students! Especially the teenagers.

It is strongly recommended by
There is an urgent need to address and mitigate the risks associated with widespread use of ICT while simultaneously taking advantage of the opportunities afforded by these technologies. The concept of digital citizenship helps teachers, technology leaders and parents to understand what children, students and users of technology should know to use technology appropriately and responsibly. The proactive approach of digital citizenship education could foster a favourable environment to encourage responsible and safe use of ICT among children and youth with support from schools, teachers, parents/guardians, policymakers, industry leaders and other key stakeholders.
UNICEF Report: Child Online Protection in India - 2016
Young digital citizens need to equip themselves – from early years and with ample support from those around them – with the knowledge, skills, and attitude to take advantage of the opportunities and be resilient in the face of risks. There is a clear need for specific training on the risks related to ICT use, not only for young people but their guardians (parents and teachers) as well. A core competency of digital citizenship should address how to use these technologies in an ethical, safe, and responsible way...
UNESCO Report: Fostering Digital Citizenship through Safe and Responsible Use of ICT
Learning to be an effective digital citizen is not something that happens if we don’t actively teach it... And preparing a generation of effective digital citizens is the most important thing we can do to ensure our democracy for the future.
Richard Culatta, CEO, ISTE
Since our students are using technology to play, learn, and communicate while at home and at school, they should be learning how to use that technology responsibly. Full integration of digital citizenship and media literacy curriculum materials into every class and every content area — at every grade level — should be the goal to meet this need.
The Digital Citizenship Advisory Committee (OSPI, WA, USA )

What's the best way to teach DCIM to your students?

Simple. Provide them the online courses by iMature.in!

Self paced
Students learn DCIM at their own time & place. No separate classes needed.

Comprehensive
Based on a well-researched curriculum framework.
 

Fun
Chapters inlcude animated videos, online quizzes and hands-on activities.

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Positive Side Effects of DCIM Program in School

Reputation is everything for a School! Your online reputation depends directly on the online reputation of your students. DCIM program ensures that your students create a great online reputation for themselves and hence for the School too. No paid marketing campaign can do this for you! It also makes your School ready for 21st century education trends like flip teaching.

There are many who'll thank you!

Your Alumni will thank you for making their lives & career. The Parents will thank you for solving their huge parenting problem. The Cyber Police will thank you for reducing their policing burden. And The Government will thank you for strengthening the Digital India mission!
Useful Resources for Principals & Directors

An open curriculum framework for Digital Citizenship & Internet Maturity.

A draft of an 'Acceptable Use Policy' for your school. Extremely important stuff!