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Internet Safety Resources

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Commonsense Media

Now contains resources for K-8. The site is very thorough, with plenty of down-loadable resources, videos, parent handouts, student handouts, compatible with interactive whiteboards. Includes standards alignment and assessment pages. Some scare tactics, but overall seems appropriate. This site also provides reviews of videos, games, other media for kids, for language, violence, appropriateness . All free – you do need to register for a free account and can select what notifications you want. 

 

21st Century Information Fluency

Free: Dozens of Search Challenges are available on demand to challenge and test students' abilities. 

Challenges for elementary school and younger students may be located in the Elementary Workshop materials. These resources are developed for workshops with elementary educators. Games and related activities are grouped in two categories: speculative searching (looking for information) and investigative searching (evaluating information). Where specified, games are grouped by level: easy, moderate and advanced. The typical grade level ranges from upper elementary (5th grade) through high school. Materials may be used effectively with college-aged students as well.

 

Games are tied to Digital Information Fluency Competences and NETS for Students.

 

Digital Citizenship Resource 

12 Resources for teaching digital citizenship for kids 

 

NetSmartz

AMAZING RESOURCE!!!

A project of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Tips, news, activity kit that helps teens teach each other about online safety, educator training, presentations and info for parents, community, tweens and teens. Issues include Cell Phones, Children as Victims, File Sharing, Gaming, Predators, Internet Safety, Social Networking, Cyberbullying, Identify Theft, Revealing Too Much, IM, Chat Rooms, Inappropriate Content, and Sexting.  Definitely check out this FREE resource!

 

iSafe.org

Paid service/resources

 

Getnetwise.org

GetNetWise is a public service brought to you by Internet industry corporations and public interest organizations to help ensure that Internet users have safe, constructive, and educational or entertaining online experiences. The GetNetWise coalition wants Internet users to be just "one click away" from the resources they need to make informed decisions about their and their family's use of the Internet. More information is available. GetNetWise is a project of the Internet Education Foundation.

 

Edmodo digital citizenship community- https://www.edmodo.com/publisher/digitalcitizenship

 

Remind.com -Free! text or email students, parents, community safely

 

Safeshare.tv -Show YouTube videos without the extra “garbage”

 

Mydigitaltat2.com -Their focus is on helping youth develop the critical-thinking skills they need to manage their own privacy, respect the privacy of others, and use cyber-sense and ethical decision making in their digital lives. They support students in creating a positive “digital tattoo” and standing up to social cruelty both on and offline. They offer paid training services but also have some great resources for both parents and educators!

 

Faux Paw videos on YouTube: Faux Paws Adventures in the Internet teaches kids the basics of Internet safety: how to keep personal information safe, to keep away from Internet strangers, and to go to an adult for help when they see anything online that makes them uncomfortable.

 

Connectsafely.org - We've all seen the stories about bullies and hate-mongers. But guess what? The majority of things that happen online are positive. ConnectSafely's One Good Thing project is your place to share the positive things you've done or seen with connected technology. Includes excellent articles and Parents’ Guides

 

Get Wise Online-https://sites.google.com/site/cyberwits/home

"Welcome to a unit on Internet topics that will enlighten anyone that goes online. This unit requires you to go through 5 steps in order to fully appreciate the online culture. As the world continues to embrace the Internet as part of their normal routine, it is imperative that they make good choices and contribute positively to their communities and the world for that matter. Go through the 5 steps below so you can learn about online topics that can help you navigate more easily and have a healthier experience by using some of the tips in order to have a better online experience. If you are an IB school, you might want to visit the IB Guidelines link." 

 

Responsible Use Policies

--Crafting takes planning. Common Sense Media has a great step by step guide to assist you. It also includes links to many other resources. https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/1to1/aups

 

Also, check out: 

http://www.netsafe.org.nz/the-kit/

Created and shared by the New Zealand Ministry of Education

There are three document templates available as part of the kit

 

 

Examples:

-Ashwaubenon School District's Internet Safety and Responsible Use Policy 

 

ISTE National Educational Technology Standards

 

Wisconsin Association of School Boards Social Media Use Examples

 

For a fairly comprehensive guide to antivirus software, check here. (Note that it looks like companies pay to be listed on this site. The reviews are helpful, however.)

 

Do you have any resources to share? Use this form to enter them: http://goo.gl/forms/FjC8kDEqZO

 

 

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