Cell Phone Safety For The Modern World

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Keeping Students Safe in the Digital World

Cell Phone Permit provides comprehensive online lessons customized for students and staff, making it easy to teach responsible cell phone and device use, in the classroom or at home.

  • Gives students real-world practice in a classroom setting and strengthens relationships between students, teachers, and parents.
  • How to engage in positive, safe, legal, and ethical behavior when using technology, including social interactions online or when using networked devices.
  • We teach students to understand the fundamental concepts of technology operations.
  • How to demonstrate the ability to choose, use, and troubleshoot current technologies.
  • How to transfer their knowledge to explore emerging technologies.
  • Cell Phone Permit is not just a course but the development of a community

How It Works

Building A Cell Phone Safe Community

Historically, school safety initiatives have addressed issues related to bullying, vandalism, student fights, and weather-related emergencies. However, with the rise in number of school shootings, administrators are compelled to redefine school safety to include an increased focus on digital ethics.

Emergency planning is a key component of school safety and can include a comprehensive approach that effectively integrates the five preparedness mission areas: prevention, protection, mitigation, response, and recovery. Cell Phone Permit provides schools with these five areas to keep students safe while online.

In developing district security plans, K-12 school leaders stress that school safety is a cross-functional responsibility and every individual’s participation drives the success of overall safety protocols.


  • Home Room
  • Character/Auxillary Period
  • Technology Period
  • Health/Social Emotional Learning
  • Social Studies (citizenship/digital citizenship)
  • Behavior Management
  • Elective

The Need for Cell Phone Permit

  • The average teenager spends 7-9 hours a day on their cell phones.
  • 50% of teens feel they are addicted to their mobile devices.
  • 52% of American teens want to take steps to cut back on their use of smartphones.
  • 54% of teens admitted that parents would be a lot more worried if they knew what was really happening online.
  • 83% of active 2020 sex trafficking cases involved online solicitation.
  • 60% of teens admit that smartphone addiction is a real and serious problem.

Course Curriculum:

Meets State Media Literacy Standards

Lesson 1: What To Expect
Lesson 2: Cell Phone Permit Roadmap
Lesson 3: Your First Driving Lesson
Lesson 4: Navigating The Negative
Lesson 5: A Firm Foundation
Chapter One: It's A Digital World
Lesson 1: The Most Important Person In The Digital World
Lesson 2: You Can Make A Mistake And Not Be A Mistake
Lesson 3a: Fail Compilation
Lesson 3b: Balancing Screens With The World Around You
Chapter Two: My Digital Tattoo
Lesson 1: Digital Citizenship 101
Lesson 2a: Good Intentions vs. Poor Outcomes
Lesson 2b: Creating Your Digital Tattoo
Lesson 3: Keeping It Real
Lesson 4a: Lane Check
Lesson 4b: Why Do I Need Help From My Parents?
Chapter Three: Becoming A Digital Legend
Lesson 1: Becoming An Influencer
Lesson 2: Your Future Begins Now
Lesson 3a: Teen Business Builders
Lesson 3b: I Can Be An Entrepreneur
Chapter Four: Mirror Mirror
Lesson 1: None Of Your Business
Lesson 2: The Invisible Cloud That Others Can See
Lesson 3: How FOMO Can Control Your Life
Lesson 4: What Can Too Much Scrolling Do To My Mental Health
Lesson 5: Mirror Mirror On The Wall
Lesson 6: It’s A Big Deal: Mature Topics
Chapter Five: Digital Learning
Lesson 1: Let’s Make Some SMART Goals!
Lesson 2a: Best Chicken Sandwich Award Goes To…
Lesson 2b: Why We Should Be Fact Checkers!
Lesson 3a: Be Careful Who Is Influencing You Online
Lesson 3b: A Real Life Radicalized Story
Chapter Six: Digital Dilemmas
Lesson 1a: Let’s Hear From Kids Like You!
Lesson 1b: Sticks And Stones
Lesson 2: Your Voice Matters
Lesson 3: Strangers Are Still Strangers
Chapter Seven: The Addictive Design
Lesson 1: What Makes My Brain Happy?
Lesson 2: The Science Behind Social Media
Lesson 3a: Want Some Cookies?
Lesson 3b: Who And What Cookies Are Really Made For
Chapter Eight: Protecting Your Identity
Lesson 1a: Batman or Mr. Potato Head?
Lesson 1b: They Stole My Identity!
Lesson 2: Let’s Turn On Safety!
Lesson 3a: Here Clicky Clicky!
Lesson 3b: Be Careful Of What You Click On!
Is That Fair?
Q&A For Parents

John C Maxwell

World’s #1 Leadership Guru
"One of the greatest things you can do for your children is to instill the values that will lead to success. I highly recommend Cell Phone Permit as a tool that every parent and teacher should have in their toolbox. It is our responsibility to lead the next generation."
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