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GradesK to 12
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This resource is for all adults who teach kids how to be safe and responsible digital citizens. This site contains two sections - Internet Safety and Digital Wellness. Each of ...more
This resource is for all adults who teach kids how to be safe and responsible digital citizens. This site contains two sections - Internet Safety and Digital Wellness. Each of the two parts includes small portions that share tips for talking to children and discussing the different facets of staying safe online. In addition to written information, this site contains some videos that provide valuable information, including creating secure passwords and responding to bullying.
In the ClassroomInclude this resource with your other information for use when teaching online safety and digital citizenship. Share the information with parents on your class website or through email. Use the format of this resource to your advantage by sharing the different topics bi-weekly. Embed activities found on this site on ClassTools, reviewed here. Encourage student communication with parents as you share the topics. For example, the first topic is Open Communication. Use the Drag and Drop Quiz Generator to create a quiz for parents and students to take together based upon the communication suggestions found in the article. Upon completion of the quiz, create a certificate to provide a certificate of achievement created with ClassTools.
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