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Monday, 27 October 2008

Internet Safety

  • Netsmartz from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children is a terrific site filled with information for young children and for teens.  On the educators page, download the NetSmartz Back-2-School kit including animated videos, lesson plans, and hands-on activities for Primary and Intermediate age children.  This is an interactive site allowing children to learn as they have fun.
  • Cyber Smart offers a non-sequential, easily integrated curriculum for grades K-8 for safely using computers.  There are five units including:  Safety, Advertising, Manners, Research, and Technology.  The site offers lesson plans and activity sheets by grade levels..
  • I-Safe offers a site designed for teens to learn about cyber safety called X-Block.
  • Cyber Safety for Kids is a printable poster to keep beside the computer to remind children of safety rules to follow while online
  • Stay Safe Online provides free and non-technical cyber security and safety resources to the public, so consumers, small businesses and educators have the know how to avoid cyber crime. 
  • Cyber Bullying Welcome to the Take a Stand. Lend a Hand. Stop Bullying Now! adult pages. As an adult, one of best ways you can help stop or prevent bullying is to be educated about, and sensitive to, the issue.  
  • K9 Web Protection is a free Internet filtering and control solution for the home. K9 puts YOU in control of the Internet so you can protect your kids.


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