In 2017, the DQ Institute collaborated with Grupo Edutec to bring the #DQEveryChild movement into Peru. With limited time to take part in the 2017 DQ World Programme, Mónica Bazán and her team at Grupo Edutec worked to offer schools the opportunity to participate in the 2017 DQ Study instead. The Study provides these schools with the necessary foundations for shaping their pedagogical approaches to digital citizenship education by first giving schools a preliminary review of their students’ current exposure to cyber-risks and their digital use habits.
Through their initiatives, more than 3,000 students were brought into the #DQEveryChild movement. Schools that had over 100 respondents will receive a DQ Screen Time Report, setting the groundwork for further collaborations with the Institute in 2018 for a wider implementation of the DQ World programme across Peru.