Teaching resources

Explore a range of teaching resources supporting the study of Citizenship, Computing and PSHE at Secondary and FE level, designed to help teachers get the most out of this website. My Digital Rights has been awarded the ACT Quality Mark for Citizenship Teaching Resources.

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  • A project guide for teachers

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:Citizenship

    Use this guide to find out how to set the scene, structure your debate and submit your final clause.

  • Access: government censorship

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:Citizenship

    Should a country censor the internet and control what its citizens can see?

  • Access: prisoners' access to the web

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:Citizenship

    Should all prisoners have the right to access the internet?

  • Access: slow internet speeds

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:Citizenship

    Should the companies responsible for the wires and optical cables that deliver the internet be forced to provide ...

  • Access: the internet as a human right

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:Citizenship

    Is access to the internet a fundamental human right?

  • Access: the web in times of crisis

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:Citizenship

    Should the Government have the right to shut down the internet in times of crisis?

  • Freedom: artistic expression online

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:Citizenship

    Should an artist be forced to remove online exhibition photos?

  • Freedom: cyberbullying and its consequences

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:Citizenship

    Should we be allowed to post anything we want to say online, even when we know it could be seen as hurtful and ...

  • Freedom: the right to be forgotten

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:Citizenship

    Should an internet service provider remove the link to dated information about an individual, at their request?

  • Freedom: trolling as freedom of expression

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:Citizenship

    Should trolling be made illegal?

  • Freedom: web censorship in schools

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:Citizenship

    Should a school be allowed to censor online content?

  • Privacy: a party gone wrong

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:Citizenship

    Should the owner of the social networking site be prosecuted?

  • Privacy: Facebook's mood experiment

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:Citizenship

    Should Facebook have carried out a mood experiment on users, without their consent?

  • Privacy: mobile phone tracking

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:Citizenship

    Should people be able to track your mobile phone?

  • Privacy: online surveillance

    Language:English Curriculum:UK Levels: Ages 11 to 14, Ages 14 to 16, Ages 16 to 18 Subject:Citizenship

    Should the police be allowed to collect data on UK citizens to prevent terrorism and criminal activity?