SAKOLA spearheaded the #DQEveryChild at their parenting workshop on 9th December 2017, in collaboration with the DQ Institute and Indonesia – Center of Digital Excellence (Id.CoDE). Dr Syam Surya introduced 100 parents and educators to the DQ World learning platform as part of efforts to increase parental awareness of the possible cyber-risks that their children may be facing.
On 15th December, SAKOLA and Id.CoDE collaborated once more to bring a sharing session to Bahrul Ulum Boarding School with 80 students and educators.
The DQ Institute continued to work with JA Asia Pacific and Prestasi Junior Indonesia to bring the 2017 DQ Study to more schools. Through their network of schools, these organisations offered educators the opportunity to understand their students’ digital habits and current levels of cyber-risk exposure; thereafter using this knowledge to build and develop their own pedagogies for digital citizenship education to complement DQ’s learning platform. Schools that got over 100 student respondents will receive a DQ Screen Time Report – giving insight on how they can improve as a school, in turn, setting a starting point for the implementation of the DQ World Programme in 2018.