The Online Together Project’s interactive quizzes offer young people and parents the opportunity to test their understanding of different online topics. This contributes to critical thinking skills through encouraging conversations.
Each quiz is split into three age groups: Under-11s, 11-13s and 14+. This helps children of all ages access the information and make positive changes to their own online experiences.
Guiding discussion and information
After each question, you’ll find information about the correct answers, additional guidance and resources to save for later and discussion questions to consider before moving forward. You can also download this information at the end of the quiz to return to later. So, give yourself 15 to 30 minutes to play for the best learning experience.
Play independently or together
Children can play together with their parent or carer at home, or they can play with peers at school. The tool works well for independent learning as well, giving children the opportunity to build their knowledge by themselves.
At the end of each quiz, you’re provided options to share on social media, download a certificate or download supporting resources to help with ongoing conversations around gender stereotypes and online hate.