Common Sense Media Launches Digital Passport Mobile

1/15/2014 12:00:00 AM
Common Sense Media today released Digital Passport for iOS and Android, an expansion of the Web-based game that helps students in grades three through five to learn critical skills around being safe, smart, and responsible online.
Based on lessons from Common Sense Media's K-12 digital literacy and citizenship curriculum, Digital Passport uses games and videos to address the key issues that kids face online: safety and security, cyberbullying, responsible cell phone use, safe search and respecting creative work. Students learn and advance through topic areas, collecting badges at their own pace, to ultimately earn their digital passports.
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