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Be Online and Safe at the Same Time!
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We want to talk about :
Internet safety - cyberbullying
21st Century Learning
Parents know that monitoring online access and use by our children is not an easy task and can be difficult to manage! There are resources out there to help you, and to use as reference.
Click on the stars to access great information on Internet Safety!
More Internet Safety and Information Links
Your school district has some outstanding resources available to families and educators on the use of technology in the classroom as well as resources on the web that provide a place for you to help your student become tech savvy and safe! Click on the blue box for more information!
- Cyber Bullying
- Social Networking
- Digital Citizenship
- Information Literacy
- Copyright/Fair Use
- Appropriate Cellphone use
- Appropriate school account use
- Protecting personal
- Digital Footprint
- Identity Theft
- Cyber Predator Identification
- Access/Search Engines
Conversation Starters for discussions about online safety: ( Scroll down as there are multiple age levels!)
1. What is your favorite website? Could you show me?
2. Does your screen name or e-mail address give clues about who you are, such as your name or age? If so, let’s come up with a safer one.
3. Who are the friends you talk to on the Internet?
Do you know all of them in person?
1. Which websites do you like to visit? Can you show them to me?
2. Have you ever come across anything on the Web which made you feel uncomfortable?
3. If someone sent you a mean text message or IM what would you do?
4. What do you think about sharing passwords with your friends? Do you think it’s okay to share your password with your best friend?
5. When you come across pop-ups advertising offers or contests for free games, food or other prizes, do you enter your personal information to try to win them?
Ages 13 to 17
1. What kind of information do you feel is safe to share about yourself online?
2. Do you feel comfortable with the information that you have posted online, knowing that it might be seen by anyone on your friends list, as well as officials at your school, college and university admissions departments, and employers?
3. Have you and your friends talked about what types of pictures are okay to post online? What about the types of comments you leave on each others’ pages?
4. Do you know about the different types of scams that people run to try to gain your personal information?
5. Have you ever been insulted, or traded insults with anyone, through texts, e-mail, or IM?
Internet safety games on:
Cyber Safety Cyber Bullying, Texting Safety
and more.......The stars link to many activities for all grades primary levels on the right and intermediate on the right. Try them out!
NCLB- No Child Left Behind requires schools to teach :
Internet Safety Topics
Media Awarenss Network