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    Internet Safety for Children (K-3)

    Lots of Internet Safety Videos

    NetSafe Episode 1: What is the Internet? (Grades K-3) on Vimeo

    Internet safety for kids. Several different links not just Smart Kids.

    Sesame Street fire safety: "Get Out, Stay Out, Don't You Go Back In!"

    Great online resources for teaching digital citizenship/Internet Safety separated by grade levels, K-6.

    This site has links to the best websites for internet safety for kids.

    Earth Day video

    Internet Safety Lessons

    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!

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    How 3 Different Generations Use The Internet - Edudemic. Yep, knowing generations and their differences is important!

    Great classroom sign... you are not just a teacher, you are there to care and comfort and plant the seeds for the future.


    Here is a wonderful infographic I have always shared with teachers during the first back-to-school week. This graphic features 20 of the basic digital citizenship rules. These rules are framed in terms of Do's and Don'ts. You can use it with students to introduce them to the topic of digital citizenship and educate them on the different ways they can properly conduct themselves on the web.

    Assess students in digital computer knowledge This packet can be used as a pretest at the start of the school year, or at the end of the school year for an overview / review test. The packet can also be cut out and laminated for individual task cards for a technology center. This 18-page Common Core-Aligned packet includes: • Digital Citizenship Questions • Basic Computer Use Questions • Internet Safety Questions Answer key included.

    Cyberbullying isnt new; a 2004 study found that 42% of kids had been bullied online and thats before Facebook, Twitter and other networks eclipsed MySpace and started a social revolution. With more and more kids maintaining online profiles and owning smartphones, tablets and other connected devices, the potential for abuse has multiplied.#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

    personal information shared on social media - use for stats unit, integrate Internet safety

    Child Focus 'E-safety'. Internet Safety for Young Children | Mrs. Teasdale's Kindergarten Class Blog 2013-14

    Learning how to navigate the web safely is important for students of all ages. This PowerPoint presentation includes links to web lessons on appropriate for grades kindergarten through fifth grade. Also included in the presentation is a list of seven Internet safety rules that will work at any grade level, and e-quiz, or the intermediate grades that can easily be integrated into any student response system. Just $3.00.

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