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Common Sense Education and Learning.com have partnered to expand access to digital citizenship lesson plans and other essential teaching tools.

Our partnership with Learning.com offers educators using the Learning.com platform an opportunity to access Common Sense's award-winning Digital Citizenship Curriculum! Discover how Learning.com's platform can help teachers deliver our digital citizenship lessons, track student progress, and more.

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Learning.com offers the ability to deliver Common Sense Education lesson plans and materials to students through the Learning.com platform or through other learning management systems (LMS) like Google Classroom, Schoology, Canvas, or other LTI-compliant third-party LMSes.

The Learning.com platform also allows educators to monitor their students' progress through Common Sense Education lessons and activities. Short, auto-scored quizzes that are tracked in a gradebook allow educators to assess student learning.

The Digital Citizenship Curriculum on Learning.com is the same as it is with Common Sense Education; however, the Common Sense Education content is supplemented by Learning.com's online safety and digital citizenship content and features progress monitoring through short follow-up quizzes that measure student understanding. Data gathered through progress monitoring can be used to report on E-rate compliance.

Learning.com works on any computer or device that has broadband internet connectivity and uses Windows, Mac OSX, or Google Chrome OS with up-to-date versions of Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, or Safari browsers. Learning.com is also compatible with tablet devices with 1024x768 or higher screen resolution and an up-to-date OS. Speakers or headphones are recommended. For more detailed information, read the system requirements FAQ.

Yes. For more information about technical requirements, including internet connections, read the system requirements FAQ

The Common Sense Education Digital Citizenship Curriculum is included with the EasyTech and EasyTech Online Safety curriculum at no extra cost. Subscribers to those two products can access all lesson plans for free. EasyTech and EasyTech Online Safety are sold via annual licenses per student or per school. To learn more about EasyTech and Learning.com's full digital literacy offerings, or to get custom pricing for your school or district, contact [email protected]

Learning.com complies with all applicable state and federal laws, including the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (COPPA), and the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA). For more information, read the subscriber privacy policy