The Future is in Our Hands

The Global Digital Citizen Foundation helps teachers develop values in their students, and these values guide them towards a vision of creating a better world for themselves and for others.

Compassionate, innovative, inspirational, and fun—that pretty much sums us up!

Who Are We?

The Global Digital Citizen Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to cultivating responsible, ethical, global citizens for a digital world. We have a strong commitment to be leaders in the global transformation of education. Our focus has always been in moving beyond the curriculum content and capitalizing on the opportunity to utilize education to allow children to develop and thrive as whole beings. 

What Do We Believe?

We believe learning is an exciting and inspirational journey that lasts a lifetime. Our digital students can become both life-long learners and creators of a bright future, and we believe you as teachers can help them get there. Most of all, we believe the process can, and should, be fun and exciting!

We founded the Global Digital Citizen Foundation with the hope that this work would grow beyond us to empower students to strive together to solve problems that matter and create bright futures for all beings. To that end, we are actively seeking organizations and professionals who share our vision and want to contribute to and expand the values it represents.

What Do We Do?

The Global Digital Citizen Foundation works with educators in many countries helping them develop modern learning environments in their schools and classrooms, ones that guide students towards taking ownership for their learning. Our focus is on developing the critical thinking and problem-solving skills vital to their growth and independence. 

As a way to address these while ensuring the development of valuable life skills, we developed what we call the The Future Fluencies. We see the emerging importance of developing and evaluating these life skills in the shift toward competency-based curricula that we see in several countries.

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