Frequently Asked Questions?
What are the big changes I can expect to see in the updated version of Ignition?
The refreshed version of Ignition includes six (6) lessons that focus on current challenges teens face in navigating their digital world. With a completely refreshed look and feel appealing to learners of all types, we’ll bring digital wellness to life through up-to-date content aligned to current trends in teen use. Key learning objectives include digital safety, privacy, technology, and digital rights, while the new course increases the depth of content teaching digital wellness, evaluating online content, and managing connections and digital communities.
I’m currently using the legacy version of Ignition and have written the lessons into my curriculum. What resources are there to help the transition go smoothly?
We understand the time and thoughtfulness educators have put into embedding Ignition into their curriculum. Given the wealth of content updates to our digital wellness lessons, we’re providing a crosswalk document that will help you map content in the legacy Ignition to the new update to ease your transition. In addition, we’ll have the full array of teacher resources including a curriculum guide, course outline, and refreshed lesson plans, available ahead of the course launch this summer.
How do I gain access to the new version of Ignition?
Access to the latest version of Ignition will be made available to all current users via their EVERFI dashboard this summer. If you are a new teacher to EVERFI, we encourage you to register at www.everfi.com/newteacher. As always, thanks to our wonderful sponsors, unlimited licenses for Ignition are provided to educators at no cost across our educator network.
Can I go back to the legacy version of Ignition?
While we think the updates to both the content and delivery in the updated course will appeal to most learners and educators, for the academic year 2019-2020, we will support both the legacy and refreshed versions of Ignition. We encourage all educators to use the curriculum crosswalk to guide your transition and, as always, your local Schools Implementation Manager is available to help plan and assist a successful transition.