The programme is 9-month project.
MMA together with partners select schools in to participate in the project (using a criteria).
From each school, 10 learners, aged between 12 and 17 years, are selected to represent their school in the project. The Project involves important key activities such as:
Step 1 – Attending Web Ranger workshops: Everything starts with increasing Web Rangers’ digital literacy and building their digital citizenship skills.
Step 2 – Web Rangers Build their Campaign Teams: Campaigns are conducted in each school group – so all Web Rangers from their school work as a team in executing the campaign!
Step 3 – Design Campaign: Together with their team, Web design a campaign to promote awareness and empowerment around Internet safety for your peers and other learners at your school.
Step 4 – Run Campaign: Once they have designed their campaign, they have to run it. Web Rangers should record everything that they do during the campaign
Step 5 – Submit to the Competition: Ultimately the campaigns form part of a competition. At the end of the 4 months, Web Rangers schools submit their campaigns (via video) to a panel of judges who will select the best campaigns to win prizes.
At the end of the project, MMA together with the partners select the best campaigns and award prizes accordingly.