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Digital Citizenship: Resource Roundup. Fake News Lessons. Netsmartz - Educators. Webonauts Academy - Teachers. Because it addresses issues of web safety‚ information literacy and digital citizenship‚ Webonauts Internet Academy can be a great tool for classrooms and school media centers.

Webonauts Academy - Teachers

Teachers‚ librarians and technology coordinators can support student learning by using the game in the following ways: As a warm-up activity to a unit on cybersafety.The game is a helpful lead-in to a discussion about profiles and what’s appropriate to include and share with others. The same is true for the topic of credibility and the importance of verifying sources of information. To get students thinking about the purpose of a motto. As a secondary activity‚ ask students to develop their individual expression for digital citizenship and what saying or phrase they would promote if they ruled a planet. Children and Media . PBS Parents.

Netsmartz - Parents & Guardians. Webonauts Academy - Parents. Webonauts Internet Academy is more than a game.

Webonauts Academy - Parents

It’s an opportunity to engage your child in what it means to be a “digital citizen” — someone who respects others on the web and in everyday encounters away from the screen. To get the most out of the game‚ consider doing the following: Play along. Though you don’t want to take over‚ jumping into game play is the best way to get to know what Webonauts Internet Academy is about — and what it feels like to be up against The Great Static. It also will help you have genuine conversations with your child about the themes that run through the game. Continue exploring suggestions for thoughtful family uses of technology with PBS Parents Guide to Children and Media. Where can I find advice on Internet Safety to help me protect my children? - There is a dazzling array of helpline and support websites with advice on internet safety available to parents online.

Where can I find advice on Internet Safety to help me protect my children? -

A parent may well be at a loss to find a useful site so we’ve gathered some here that may of use. Internet Safety Help and Advice Make IT Secure (www.makeitsecure.org) – This Irish website provides information on how to protect your computer and how to safely enjoy the benefits of connecting to the internet. Kid Smart (www.kidsmart.org.uk) – is an award winning practical internet safety programme website for schools, young people, parents, and agencies, produced by the children’s internet charity Childnet International.

Wired Safety (www.wiredsafety.org) – Wired Safety provides help, information and education to Internet and mobile device users of all ages. Chat Danger (www.chatdanger.com) – Aimed specifically at children/teens and provides safety tips and advice about using chat rooms. Council of Europe online game “Through the Wild Web Woods” (www.wildwebwoods.org) Video: Spotting Fake News - FactCheck.org. False, Misleading, Clickbait-y, and Satirical “News” Sources. Pause & Think Online Video. My Online Neighborhood Video. Staying Safe On the Internet (Level 1 - Elementary, K-3) Wild About Safety with Timon and Pumbaa: Safety Smart® Online. Follow the Digital Trail Video.

Privacy Playground: The First Adventure of the Three CyberPigs. Faux Paw's Adventures in the Internet. 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.

Faux Paw's Adventures in the Internet

Learn more and get involved: Playlists:Faux Paw the Techno Cat On Cyber Safety for Kids: Tips: Media-trician: Net Safety: Educators: Language: and Reputation: Safe Quick Tips: How Search Engines Work. Whose is it anyway? Digital Citizenship. Digital Safety, Responsibility and Awareness- For Elementary Students (Gr. 3-5) Youth and Media - Digital Dossier. Staying Safe On the Internet (Level 2 - Elementary, Grades 4,5,6) Once Posted You Lose it. Oversharing - Digital Citizenship. AUP and Digital Citizenship. Staying Safe On the Internet (Level 3 - Middle School, Grades 6,7,8) Staying Safe On the Internet (Level 4 - High School, Grades 9,10,11,12)