FAQs

FAQS

How do I enroll in Epic Ethics?Expand

1. Click Enroll 

  • Complete the registration form, accept terms of agreement, and submit
  • Receive an email confirming your registration
  • Create a username and password per the email

2. Login to My Epic Ethics Program

 Choose from a menu of options: 

  • My account – update my profile, change my password, view receipts
  • Online store – select and procure program curriculum and materials
  • Training – access online training, register for in-person training, request custom training

3. My Program

Choose from a menu of options:

  • Curriculum – access purchased curriculum
  • Posters – access posters
  • Implementation Guidelines
  • Instructional Resources

What is the Cost? Expand

Through partnership with the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative, Epic Ethics is currently available at no cost for schools and educators located in the state of Colorado.

For schools outside of the state of Colorado, Epic Ethics can be purchased for a very reasonable one-time cost of $350 per grade level which includes 5 Learning Exercise Packages from which to build multiple lessons, access to online training, classroom posters, implementation guidelines, and other instructional resources. 

An annual subscription fee will be charged each year on the anniversary date of the original program purchase.  This annual fee will enable access to new and enhanced curriculum and materials. The fee will be prorated based on the number of grade levels purchased. This annual subscription fee will be waived for schools located within the state of Colorado.How can I engage high school mentors for my school or classroom?Expand

Epic Ethics can be taught by the classroom teacher or by high school mentors to provide cross-generational and high-impact learning.  A benefit of employing high school students to deliver the program is that they are high-energy, engaging, and esteemed by the younger students, and through their participation find themselves re-examining and strengthening their own ethical character.  High school students can be recruited through nearby high schools by contacting teachers who sponsor student organizations committed to community service such as DECA, FBLA, BPA, Interact, National Honor Society, Key Club, and others.  What are the technical requirements for downloading and/or displaying the curriculum and materials in my classroom?Expand

Epic Ethics curriculum, training, and program materials are accessed online at epicethics.org, thus requiring internet access. Most program materials are downloadable in pdf and many can also be streamed which will work best with an up-to-date operating system and up-to-date browser with a width of at least 768 pixels. Most computers, tablets, and Chrome-books meet this minimum, but many mobile phones do not.