Developing Digital Citizenship

[DEMO] Developing Citizens of the Digital World

A preview of the CPD-accredited online course

About the course

Course Description

This course will equip participants with an understanding of the various threats and challenges the digital world poses to today’s learners. 

As technology becomes commonplace inside and outside the classroom, teachers, and students must always show awareness of the new digital dilemmas that provide opportunities for them to think critically, behave safely, and participate responsibly with technology.

This is for teachers who would like to learn more about digital citizenship and would like to develop these skills in their students. 

This is also for educators who are also interested in creating programs for promoting digital citizenship for children 9 years old and above.

After the course, the participants should be able to:

1. Identify the attitudes, behaviors, skills, and values that must be developed to promote digital citizenship.

2. Explore online and offline tools that help reinforce digital citizenship skills.

3. Explain and discuss the various cyber risks in the digital world that learners should watch out for.

4. Create a case study based on real-life situations that feature one of the cyber risks and provide an analysis and recommendations for managing it.

Course access and completion

Course access: June 18 - July 30, 2018

Commitment: Self-paced course, estimated time of 16 hours to complete the lecture videos, peer discussions, and activities, including submitting a case study and one-to-one online meeting with the facilitator.

How to earn your certificate: Submit all requirements, participate in discussions, and present your case study to the facilitator via video chat.

Type of certificate: A digital certificate indicating the number of units you have received will be sent to your email.

Course enrollment

Sign-up details

2nd batch begins on June 18. Limited slots available.

Upon completion of the following, you may receive up to 15 CPD units:

  • Online course content
  • Assessments
  • Scheduled revalida (upon submission of the final output)

PRC Approval Number: 2017-040-252

Learning Fee:

Via BANK DEPOSIT - Php 2,240 (VAT inclusive)

Via PAYPAL/CREDIT CARD - Php 2,440 (VAT inclusive + Online service fee)

How to secure your slot

Due to the required revalida process (which will be done 1-on-1 via video conferencing), we are limiting the slots for this cohort to 50 learners. We encourage you to secure your slot as soon as possible.

Once you have submitted the enrollment form (Google form), please expect an email from us within 24 hours.

For questions, please email us at

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Topics Covered

Monitoring Screen Time

Digital Footprint Management

Data Privacy Act

Cyberbullying and other online risks

Real News vs. Fake News

Online security basics


Digital Citizenship Course

From Ayla Patricia d

- Well-thought plan and resources. - This course will surely help the teachers and parents to understand digital citizenship and can be able to prepare on how to equip the children in the digital...

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Developing Digital Citizenship

From Ma.Cynthia R

The online course is very informative as it tackles the dangers of the online world and at the same time focuses on how to stay safe online through the things we share.

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From Gillian Q

To be honest, I started this course in a desperate bid for CPD units as my license is set to expire soon, but I've learned an incredible amount of information. I was truly invested in the informat...

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About Your Instructor

Ana Kristelle Ortiz, M. Ed.

Ana Kristelle Ortiz, M. Ed.

Digital Citizenship Lead and Learning Designer, Woohoo Learning Lab

Telle is an experienced educator who has spent 16 years teaching self-contained classes in the primary grades of Xavier School San Juan and Xavier School Nuvali. 

She has served as Team Leader of the primary grades for almost a decade which meant being responsible for the proper character formation of students.  This responsibility also gave her an opportunity to work closely with teachers, training them in curriculum development, classroom instruction, assessment design, and implementation of teaching strategies that support the holistic development of learners.  She also chaired the Classroom Management Team of Xavier School. 

She completed her master’s degree in education, major in Basic Education Teaching in the Ateneo de Manila University.