Volunteer Privacy Educators Program: Lesson Plans

Volunteer Privacy Educators Program: Lesson Plans

Fordham CLIP’s Privacy Educators Program is a first-of-its-kind privacy education program aimed at engaging middle school students in discussions about privacy and its relevance in their lives. CLIP created a series of lesson plans and visual aids to be used by instructors in middle school classrooms to teach students about what privacy is, how it may be relevant to young people’s lives, and how the technologies they regularly use impact their privacy.

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