Ohana Learning Series  

RELATIONSHIPS AND COMMUNICATION

DIGITAL FOOTPRINT

IN-CLASS learning 

CYBERBULLYING AND DIGITAL DRAMA

The Ohana Learning Series follows Common Core State Standards, and aligns with California Curriculum Frameworks. Teachers will find exciting opportunities to utilize Ethnic Studies lessons throughout the program as they work toward meeting the new requirements within the Common Core. 


In September, 2016, Governor Brown signed new legislation, AB 2016, requiring Ethnic Studies as part of the Common Core. 

SELF-IMAGE AND IDENTITY

Every instructor can access a complete curriculum of instructional materials that helps them to facilitate an in-clase discussion of these topics. We have also designed various classroom assignments that reinforce these topics and include real world lessons that drive the message home, and make the hypothetical discussion powerful and impactful. 


The Ohana Learning Series relies on well-qualified providers, like Common Sense Education, to provide thorough documentation and instructional materials to educate the students and their families on the importance of Digital Citizenship. For more information on Digital Citizenship and Cyberbullying, please visit Common Sense Education at www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/ 

PRIVACY AND SAFETY

INTERNET SAFETY

Before students are released to use the OhanaLearningSeries.com and begin their Genealogy Research, they participate in a detailed discussion about online safety, and the Best Practices for secure use of the Internet. This discussion covers many important topics, all contributing to an understanding of Digital Citizenship. 

 

CREATIVE CREDIT

INFORMATION LITERACY

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