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i-SAFE DC4 Digital Programming
i-SAFE DC4 Digital Programming is an essential component of every school district technology plan. Educational technology augments teaching and learning in unprecedented ways, yet schools are also managing a number of issues including cyber bullying, academic dishonesty, digital safety, privacy and security. The program provides 398 K-12 lessons that prepare students for life in the 21st century while exceeding CIPA/E-Rate requirements.
What Does DC4 Mean?
What is Digital Citizenship?
Digital Citizenship refers to the rights & responsibilities of participating in today’s global society and economy. Elements of digital citizenship include technology access, digital communication, online etiquette, digital literacy, e-commerce, digital ethics, privacy & security, digital health, and personal safety.
i-SAFE’s cohesive K-12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum encompasses each of these elements while integrating with core subject matter so that students receive necessary training throughout the academic year.
The CIPA/E-Rate program requires schools to educate students on the topics of Appropriate Online Behavior, Social Networking and Chat Rooms, and Cyber Bullying Awareness and Response.
i-SAFE’s compliance technology tracks implementation, monitoring, reporting and storage required by the E-Rate program.
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