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    Digital Citizenship, Cybersafety, Cyberbullying, Internet Safety

    Ensuring kids are safe online and can understand and effectively manage their digital environment.


    Digital Citizenship, Cybersafety, Cyberbullying, Internet Safety

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    Computer Virus information. Students can use this to research computer viruses.

    A Look at Some of the Worst Computer Viruses in History

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    digital citizenship

    A Wonderful Free Classroom Poster on Digital Citizenship ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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    Parent's Guide: watch Common Sense Media's 5 Tips for Dealing with Haters and Trolls advice video to help you make informed decisions with your children.

    5 Tips for Dealing with Haters and Trolls

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    SBPS Teacher Talk

    SBPS Teacher Talk

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    Is your school teaching kids the positive behaviour that combats bullying to create real and lasting change? Creating a culture of kindness, happiness and success isn't as hard as you think. Find out about our "kindness curriculum" and how it can change the culture of your school here ► ripplekindness.or... #bullying #positivepsychology #emotionalsocial #mentalhealth

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    Google's Guide to Staying Safe and Secure Online ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

    Google's Guide to Staying Safe and Secure Online ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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    Teaching students to log out of their accounts is an important part of digital citizenship. Include in the lesson what to do when they sit down at a computer where someone did not sign out. Posing as someone else is not acceptable, immediately sign out for that person. Control Shift Q The keyboard shortcut Control Shift Q (Command Shift Q on a Mac) signs the student out of Chrome.

    Digital Citizenship: Sign Out of Chrome

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    Use your words wisely ... we've made a list of ways to use our words wisely, what would you add? (update: I've made the image into a printable poster for those who would like it)

    Use Your Words Wisely - picklebums.com

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    Nine Elements

    Nine Elements

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    Internet Safety for Children (K-3) video starts out with not sharing student ID number and passwords.

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    Free Digital Citizenship Curriculum from Edmodo & Common Sense Media I use this in my middle school library classes and really like it.

    Free Digital Citizenship Curriculum from Edmodo...

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    Great flowchart to teach students about the appropriate ways to use online photos in their projects.

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    Short videos that explain copyright and fair use: Five-Minute Film Festival: Copyright and Fair Use for Educators

    Five-Minute Film Festival: Teaching Digital Citizenship

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    Kevin Honeycutt quote about teaching digital citizenship -- we can't just avoid going to the Internet in our classrooms and think we are avoiding issues.

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    Ribble's 9 Elements of Digital Citizenship

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    A Good Digital Citizenship Resource and Poster for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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    When it comes to navigating social media, online games, smartphones, and the Internet, it's best for kids to get their info from a trusted source. As parents and educators, we want to raise kids to be safe, responsible, and ethical in the digital world. Giving kids a solid understanding of how we expect them to behave -- both online and off -- starts everyone off on the right foot.

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    Digital citizenship

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    Digital Passport is an online program from Common Sense Media. The purpose of the Digital Passport program is to provide students in grades three through five with lessons and games for learning responsible digital behavior. Digital Passport uses videos and games to teach students about cyberbullying, privacy, safety and security, responsible cell phone use, and copyright. Students earn badges for successfully completing each phase of the Digital Passport program.

    Digital Passport

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    n an effort to teach children about potential dangers online and how to avoid them, the Council of Europe has offers a game called Through the Wild Web Woods. Through the Wild Web Woods is designed for students ages seven through ten to learn how to spot danger on the Internet and what to do when they do spot danger on the Internet. The game is available in twenty-four languages

    A game by the Council of Europe based on the Internet Literacy Handbook

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    PBS Kids offers the Webonauts Academy in which elementary school students can learn about safe online behaviors. When students have completed all of the Webonauts missions they will graduate from the Webonauts Academy. The educators tips page offers some practical suggestions for using Webonauts in the classroom or in a school library

    Webonauts Internet Academy

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    rules for kids online safety

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    Kleinspiration: Discovery Kids Announces Puterbugs for Online Safety - ages 8 and under!

    Teaching Blog Addict: Online Safety for Kids 8 and Under

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    Wild About Safety with Timon and Pumbaa: Safety Smart- Being Safe Online-Video

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    I need to start clearing my cyber safety up. My dad's been getting spammy e-mail from someone using my name saying they have important info about my mom. SO NOT COOL!

    Hello Literacy: e-PD Module: Cyber Safety

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