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An Outstanding Internet Safety Cheat Sheet for Teachers and Parents

An Outstanding Internet Safety Cheat Sheet for Teachers and Parents
Internet is like a jungle full of predators ready to take you down anytime you give them a chance. Strolling in this jungle sometimes comes with a very high cost, a cost that is way higher when it comes to kids. Online safety issues comes at the top priorities of parents. Here is a handy cheat sheet made particularly for those of you who think they are not tech-savvy enough to carry out internet control safety planning for their kids. Related:  INTERNET SAFETY

Home | StopBullying.gov Gabrielle Molina: Police confirm 12-year-old girl's suicide note said she was being cyber-bullied as her sister reveals she knew about abuse but was sworn to secrecy Police confirm Gabrielle Molina left a note explaining she had been tauntedHer sister, 15, forced open a bedroom door and found her bodyClassmates teased her over her looks and because she self harmed, and put a video on the internet showing her being beaten up, friends said By Lydia Warren and Rachel Quigley Published: 15:14 GMT, 27 May 2013 | Updated: 15:14 GMT, 27 May 2013 Tragedy: Gabrielle Molina, 12, took her life after enduring relentless online bullying, family said Police have confirmed that the 12-year-old girl who was found hanging in her Queen's home last week committed suicide because she was being bullied at school. Gabrielle Molina was a seventh grader at a local middle school where her classmates would call her a slut and a whore, her family said last week. Police commissioner Raymond Kelly recently confirmed that she left behind a suicide note that referred to the bullying. Her 15-year-old sister found the young girl hanging in the bedroom they shared at their home.

A Bullying Quiz Printer-friendly version Objectives: Understand how evidence regarding behavioral patterns might challenge personal beliefs and assumptions about social behavior Use evidence about bullying behavior to inform daily decisions regarding social interactions and understand the necessity of making personal decisions in bullying situations Use factual information to consider consequences and alternatives of personal behavior choices IntroductionEven students who have experienced bullying might be surprised by the statistics and studies about bullying. It's important for adults, student leaders and other educators to raise awareness about the prevalence of bullying and its detrimental effects for all involved. The frequency with which students admit to bullying might surprise students who feel alone and isolated due to the wrath of a bully. It is important, likewise, for students who are victims and bystanders to seek help when this kind of behavior emerges. Activities

Be an eSafety school - eSafety label Schools have a duty to provide a secure environment and safe access to online technology as part of the teaching and learning experience. The eSafety Label aims to assist your school in meeting this challenge to become a more secure, enriching environment for staff and pupils. Good online experiences go hand-in-hand with a solid School Policy and a well thought-out eSafety Action Plan. The eSafety Label offers you an Assessment Form covering the broad range of actors who can impact, within and beyond the school walls, the level of eSafety of your institution. Based on a school's results an Action Plan is drawn up, to increase the level of eSafety, which might lead the way towards eSafety Label Accreditation, when the necessary changes have been made. Assess with Assessment Form Improve with personalised Action Plan Become a certified eSafety School Sample questions Are all of your school computers virus-protected?

Getting started – For families – Safety Center – Google As a parent or guardian, you know what feels right for your family and how your kids learn best. To help your family navigate through new technologies, gadgets, and services in an ever-changing online world, it helps to get practical advice. That’s why we continuously talk to safety experts, parents, educators and communities around the world – to keep a pulse on what works. {*style:<ul>*} {*style:<li>*} {*style:<h3>*} Family Link {*style:</h3>*} {*style:<br>*} With the Family Link app from Google, you can stay in the loop as your kid explores on their Android device.

Les Incollables® Qwant Junior dans l’App Store Welcome to WiredSafety.org .:. WiredSafety SafeKids.com | Digital citizenship, online safety & civility Safe Online Outreach Society Download "Own Your Space--Keep Yourself and Your Stuff Safe Online" Digital Book for Teens by Linda McCarthy from Official Microsoft Download Center Own Your Space Teen Book\Own Your Space Teen Book _All Chapters.pdf Own Your Space Teen Book _All Chapters.xps Own Your Space Teen Book\Own Your Space_Chapter 01_Protect Your Turf.pdf Own Your Space Teen Book\Own Your Space_Chapter 02_Know Your Villains.pdf Own Your Space Teen Book\Own Your Space_Chapter 03_Nasty Ware.pdf Own Your Space Teen Book\Own Your Space_Chapter 04_Hackers and Crackers.pdf Own Your Space Teen Book\Own Your Space_Chapter 05_Taking SPAM Off the Menu.pdf Own Your Space Teen Book\Own Your Space_Chapter 06_Cyberbullies.pdf Own Your Space Teen Book\Own Your Space_Chapter 07_Phishing for Dollars.pdf Own Your Space Teen Book\Own Your Space_Chapter 08_Safe Cyber Shopping.pdf Own Your Space Teen Book\Own Your Space_Chapter 09_Browsers Bite Back.pdf Own Your Space Teen Book\Own Your Space_Chapter 10_Private Blogs and Public Spaces.pdf Own Your Space Teen Book\Own Your Space_Chapter 11_Going Social.pdf Own Your Space Teen Book\Own Your Space_Chapter 12_Friends, Creeps, and Pirates.pdf

Olweus Bullying Prevention Program Welcome to the Clemson University website for the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program (OBPP). The Olweus Program (pronounced Ol-VAY-us) is a comprehensive approach that includes schoolwide, classroom, individual, and community components. The program is focused on long-term change that creates a safe and positive school climate. It is designed and evaluated for use in elementary, middle, junior high and high schools (K-12). The program’s goals are to reduce and prevent bullying problems among schoolchildren and to improve peer relations at school. The program has been found to reduce bullying among students, improve the social climate of classrooms, and reduce related antisocial behaviors, such as vandalism and truancy. The OBPP aligns with many Common Core Standards: OBPP and Common Core - Elementary School OBPP and Common Core - Middle School OBPP and Common Core - High School The OBPP is one of the programs conducted by the Institute on Family and Neighborhood Life.

Creating a Safe and Respectful Environment in Our Nation's Classrooms Training Toolkit | Safe Supporting Learning Jump to navigation Search form Creating a Safe and Respectful Environment in Our Nation's Classrooms Training Toolkit This training toolkit is made up of two modules that address bullying in classrooms. Specifically, it is designed for trainers to assist teachers in cultivating meaningful relationships with students while creating a positive climate in the classroom. Module 1 - Understanding and Intervening in Bullying Behavior Addresses how to identify and effectively intervene when bullying occurs (including tips on de-escalation). Trainer’s Guide, Overview, and Outline (PDF) PowerPoint (PPT) Handouts (PDF) Module 1 Trainer Feedback Module 2 - Creating a Supportive Classroom Climate Considers effective strategies to build a classroom climate where bullying is less likely to occur. Trainer’s Guide, Overview, and Outline (PDF) PowerPoint (PPT) Handouts (PDF) Module 2 Trainer Feedback DESIGN TEAM NOTE: This training toolkit was intentionally designed to be offered as a series. Related Resources

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