The key features
CyberPass is packed full of great features to help you in the classroom. But our guiding principles in developing CyberPass are that it is easy to use, relevant, informative and engaging.
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Easy to use interface
Simple and easy to use interface with all functionality accessible from the one page.
Clear and relevant interactive questions
A mix of nine different types of interactive questions are used. All questions are relevant and have easy to follow instructions.
Easy to understand feedback for each question
Concise and easy to understand feedback is provided for each question response.
Interactive glossary available at all times for any technical terms that are not understood.
Student quiz review where they can see each question they answered (Teachers can also access this review via the Dashboard). These review screens provide links to educational resources (all provided within CyberPass) relevant to the question - see three yellow icons at bottom right: Checklists/Videos/Activities.
Checklists contain each of the 86 skills required and tips to help your students achieve that skill.
Videos are provided relevant to each quiz. They contain a mix of experts and young people providing advice and describing their experiences online.
A range of highly interactive and engaging educational activities and games are provided relevant to each quiz.
Easy to follow progress tracker
Easy to use status page that tells your students exactly how far they are through finishing their CyberPass.
Help & support
Selection of links to qualified external content and information that has been catalogued against specific issues to ensure ease of access by Teachers and students.
Teacher dashboard where you can view all students you have in your class and see their progress through each unit. By selecting a particular student, Teachers can also view each quiz attempt and which questions were answered correctly or incorrectly.