It can be hard for teens to take us seriously when they’re on the latest mobile app while we’re just signing up for Facebook. So when we try to teach them about online safety and digital citizenship?

Forget about it!

But many teens trust each other when it comes to online advice.

So why not let students do the teaching?

The NetSmartz Student Project Kit helps students in grades 6-12 teach their peers and younger students about topics like cyberbullying, online privacy, and digital ethics.

The kit’s projects are divided by grade and topic to help students pick the best activity for their audience. Students can:

· Give presentations

· Perform skits

· Lead classroom activities

But they don’t just teach – they learn too!

While preparing to deliver their projects, students are encouraged to read about the main issues and answer discussion questions. The kit also has tips to help students lead their projects successfully.

Students can use the kit in class, to earn community service hours, or during special occasions like Safer Internet Day and National Volunteer Week.

Check it out today!