This document discusses using young adult (YA) science fiction novels to teach students about posthumanism and technology's impact on what it means to be human. It notes how NCTE calls on teachers to have students critically examine ethics and responsibilities regarding information use. YA science fiction provides a way to imagine future scenarios and engage students in considering technology-related ethical issues like online privacy, data tracking, and biases in artificial intelligence. The document analyzes themes across several example novels, like humans needing human solutions and free will. It provides teaching applications like discussing vocabulary, creating multimodal projects, highlighting socially just themes, and critical digital pedagogy topics.