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Resources. Buscar imágenes con la búsqueda con imágenes - Ayuda de Búsqueda web. 2nd Grade - CUSD Digital Literacy. What Is A Digital Footprint? Introduction -  Your Digital Footprint. Summary of Our Cyberbullying Research (2004-2016) At the Cyberbullying Research Center we have been collecting data from middle and high school students since 2002.

Summary of Our Cyberbullying Research (2004-2016)

We have surveyed more than 15,000 students from middle and high schools from across the United States in twelve unique projects. The following two charts show the percent of respondents who have experienced cyberbullying at some point in their lifetime across our ten most recent studies. Our two earliest studies (from 2004 and 2005) are excluded from this because they were online convenience samples and therefore cannot be easily compared to the other studies. The ten most recent studies have all been random samples of known populations which allows for improved reliability and validity. Please see our Research in Review addendum for more details about each of the samples. Digital Citizenship Resources List for Teachers from ETML.

Safe Cyberspace Surfing. Listen Learn about llamas, read up on your favorite skateboard star, or study a stegosaurus.

Safe Cyberspace Surfing

You can do all these things online and then email or text message your best friend about it. Teaching Global Digital Citizenship? Use These 10 Essential Questions. Teaching Global Digital Citizenship is all about asking the right questions.

Teaching Global Digital Citizenship? Use These 10 Essential Questions

Today kids are building the foundations of a digital culture. They are contributors, creators, communicators, and designers. They author, produce and provide digital information all the time. We can ask them challenging questions and get insightful answers! Caution. For many kids, the Internet is at their fingertips.


From laptops and tablets to smartphones and game systems, a web of information and entertainment is open to them. According to a new report from the Pew Research Center, about three out of four kids ages 12 to 13 access the Internet using a mobile device at least occasionally. Online Safety. Listen Cyberbullying It's not just strangers who can make you feel uncomfortable.

Online Safety

Cyberbullying refers to cruel or bullying messages sent to you online. Child Safety on the Information Highway — 2013 — 20th Anniversary Edition. All-new content: This guide was originally written in 1993 for the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), and slightly updated a few times until 2005.

Child Safety on the Information Highway — 2013 — 20th Anniversary Edition

This is the first complete re-write that reflects not just changes in technology but what we’ve learned from all the great research of the past decade. And yes, the name is dated, but think back to the early 90’s when people really were talking about the “Information Super Highway.” NCMEC retired its booklet in 2005 and the views expressed here are my own and not those of the NCMEC. Office of the Children's eSafety Commissioner. 10 Indelible Internet Safety Rules for All of Us to Remember [Infographic]

The Internet is an amazing resource for people of all ages.

10 Indelible Internet Safety Rules for All of Us to Remember [Infographic]

A solid awareness of Information Fluency coupled with a sense of good digital citizenship will keep any Web user on the straight and narrow. But what about beginners? What are the best basic Internet safety rules we can give to young ones who are venturing into cyberspace on their maiden voyage? That’s what this infographic from Pumpic focuses on. It features 10 timeless and trusty Internet safety rules for kids exploring online for the first time. Ultimate Parent's Guide to Internet Safety Infographic. Other Infographics Ultimate Parent’s Guide to Internet Safety Infographic Ultimate Parent’s Guide to Internet Safety Infographic.

Ultimate Parent's Guide to Internet Safety Infographic

Online Safety 3.0: Empowering and Protecting Youth. Both the Internet and the way young people use technology are constantly changing, but Internet safety messages change very slowly if at all.

Online Safety 3.0: Empowering and Protecting Youth

A few years ago, some of us in the Net safety community started talking about how to adjust our messaging for the much more interactive “Web 2.0.” And we did so, based on the latest research as it emerged. But even those messages are starting to get a bit stale…. Now it’s time for Online Safety 3.0. Why 3.0 and why now? Safer Internet Day - SID in your country. Project Harmony - Technology Safety. Most kids cannot distinguish between online and off.

Project Harmony - Technology Safety

It is important that we talk with our children and help them understand how to make responsible and safe choices about what they post and/or share. Unfortunately, rumors, threats and photos can circulate on the Internet very quickly. It is also equally important to make sure our kids know where to go for support if someone ever harasses them. Get Tech Savvy Even if you are not a Facebook fan, become familiar with the tools and social media platforms your kids are using.

Web.a.ebscohost. Web.a.ebscohost. Internet Safety Photos - FREE Creative Commons Photos of Internet Safety. Internet History of 1980s. Landweber’s proposal has many enthusiastic reviewers. At an NSF-sponsored workshop, the idea is revised in a way that both wins approval and opens up a new epoch for NSF itself. The revised proposal includes many more universities. It proposes a three-tiered structure involving ARPANET, a TELENET-based system, and an e-mail only service called PhoneNet. Internet Safety for Educators - Resources. Websites WebQuest Information Top Drill and Practice Teach R Kids Math provides timed drill-based assignments that aim at further solidifying the student's math foundation. InCtrl - Lesson: Digital Citizenship. 2webwatchers - home. Elementary Curriculum : EGUSD Digital Citizenship. Global Digital Citizen Foundation. Put Your Plans Into Action Experience the new Solution Fluency Activity Planner.

It’s your new best friend for project-based learning in the classroom. Start Planning Now! 6 suggestions for teaching information literacy. Most college students have been exposed to more technology than students of previous generations. This does not make them technology experts. Students do a lot of searching online for information. 6 suggestions for teaching information literacy. Classroom resources. Copyright and Fair Use Guidelines. Copyright and Fair Use Guidelines. Oct 01, 2012 • 44 Comments We will be focusing on discussing Digital Citizenship over the next two weeks in the library, and how to be safe while on the internet. I created these posters and bookmarks to help teach the information to my students, and have a way to review them throughout the year.

After doing the lesson all day, I came to realize that I needed a few things to make the lesson go smoother. While the poster is great, I spent time writing and/or drawing the 4 main pieces (the head, the heart, the belly/gut, and the feet) with my younger kids to begin to introduce the topic. NetSafe – Planet Nutshell. Exit Ticket - Big Brainz.

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Internet safety - internet safety tips. Digital Citizenship - Lessons by Sandy. Safer Internet Day: A Teacher's Guide to Teaching Digital Citizenship. Results on ReadWriteThink. Educator guide 093015. Educator guide 093015. Online Safety.