Educator Guide

You are exploring details about a digital tool. If you wish to understand how to apply this tool in teaching and improve your digital skills, we suggest starting with our Educator Guide.


This app is designed to support everyone but specifically teenagers that experience challenges in the digital world. It tackles topics such as cyberbullying, grooming, sexting, body image, fake news and racism.

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Key Features

  • Personal experience by using an avatar

  • Uses a text message type of interface

  • Receive advice on situations if they were to happen in real life.

  • Learning through the use of storytelling and scenarios


  • Anonymous 

  • Friendly and known interface

  • Better understanding of peer interaction

How these features can be used in the classroom to enhance teaching and learning

Make your students aware of this support app that they can use to consult them about challenges they experience online. Especially when they are perhaps afraid to talk about it with someone they know.

Getting Started

  1. Download the app on your phone.

  2. Choose a scenario or story that matches your own experience or challenge.

    React and get feedback.

Considerations and potential concern of using the tool

The app can be a helpful way to get feedback and insight on your online behaviour. However, even though stories and scenarios are based on real life, they do not always match exactly with the user’s situation. Note that there is room for interpretation. 

Furthermore, the app continues to develop and likes to receive personal real life stories to add to their library and improve their services.