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Julie Lindsay

eSmart Digital Licence - 1 views

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    "The eSmart Digital Licence is an online challenge combining quizzes, videos and games, to prepare Australian children (aged ten and over) to be smart, safe and responsible digital citizens."
 Lisa Durff

NetzSmartz - 0 views

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    Digital Citizenship Lesson Plans resources on this site
 Lisa Durff

CyberSmart! Student Curriculum - 0 views

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    Digital Citizenship Lesson Plan resources on this site
 Lisa Durff

29 Steps to Internet Safety for Kids « Ask a Tech Teacher - 4 views

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    Found this resource on Edmodo.
Madison T.

Google Family Safety Center - 0 views

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    Top rated website for internet safety tips
Braxton R

Online Safety For Kids-What You Should Be Doing | Ayansa.org - Women's references - 0 views

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    Online safety for kids. 'What you should be doing'.
Braxton R

Get Safe Online :: Safe social networking - 0 views

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    Being social, but safe online.
Braxton R

What Parents should know about Twittering? - Family and Child Online Safety Blog - Safe... - 0 views

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    Tips and information for parents about how their child can stay safe on twitter.
Madison T.

US Attorney Hogsett discusses childhood Internet safety - 0 views

  • “Internet Social Networking: What Schools Need to Know,
  • “Social networking, generally, is a topic of enormous importance throughout the country and around the world,” Hogsett said during a press conference. Social networking appears in schools and across the population, and the dangers aren’t small, he said.
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    Discusses important topics
Braxton R

Staying safe online : Directgov - Young people - 0 views

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    This topic has information on how more children should be safe in the cyber world.
Braxton R

Huron Daily Tribune > Archives > News > Local News > USA hosting cyber safety seminar f... - 0 views

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    This page is for hosting cyber safety seminar for parents and giving them information about being safe online.
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    The United States hosts a safety seminar for parents about social cyber safety.
Braxton R

Cyber Safety - Safety Tips - Parents - 1 views

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    Cyber Safety tips for parents who want to keep their children safe online.
Madison T.

Online Safety- Little Red Riding Mood Chap.2 - YouTube - 0 views

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    Another cute video :D !!!! haha wish my grandma was that cool
    Gives instructions on how to be safe :D
Brandon P

Game app teaches kids social networking safety - TODAY Tech - TODAY.com - 0 views

  • to help kids understand responsible online behavior such as securing their personal information, protecting their privacy and defending their peers against cyberbullying
  • “It’s never too early to talk to kids about safe online behavior, particularly when accessing social networks,”
  • “Using the Internet is an important life skill. As parents introduce new technology to their kids, this is another tool they can use to help their kids make good choices.”
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    Application that teaches kids social networking safety.
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    help kids understand responsible online behavior such as securing their personal information, protecting their privacy and defending their peers against cyberbullying

    "It's never too early to talk to kids about safe online behavior, particularly when accessing social networks," says Lynette Owens, director of Trend Micro Internet Safety for Kids & Families. "Using the Internet is an important life skill. As parents introduce new technology to their kids, this is another tool they can use to help their kids make good choices."
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    "The free mobile app BeSeen - launched in partnership with Web Wise Kids, a nonprofit specializing in Internet safety - is a single-player game that replicates a social networking site where players create a profile and travel through a condensed school year. To earn rewards, the player must make positive choices when presented with challenging social situations and solve puzzles along the way.

    The game is designed to help kids understand responsible online behavior such as securing their personal information, protecting their privacy and defending their peers against cyberbullying"
Madison T.

Facemoods' Online Safety Kit - Little Red Riding Mood - YouTube - 0 views

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    Super cute !!!!! Ha, loved this so much
    though it may seem unrealistic because its a cartoon, its actually very true, and it adds a very intelligent , and sightfull message at the end :)
Madison T.

Do you really know who you're talking to? - YouTube - 0 views

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    Kinda funny , but deffenately true, you never know who you are talking to online. Always be careful :)
Brandon P

Google Promotes Online Safety With 'Good to Know' Campaign - Search Engine Watch (#SEW) - 0 views

  • Google Promotes Online Safety With 'Good to Know' Campaign
  • Google is about to launch its first online safety campaign. Teaming with the Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB), Google will promote “safe computer usage” for users: by logging out of computers when they're finished using them, specialized child protection, use of cookies in web browsers, and 'two-factor authorization' which sees the user entering a password and then a unique verification code sent to their mobile device
  • Gillan Guy, the CAB's chief executive, said that “Information is a powerful tool for preventing problems from arising in the first and safety, personal data and identity theft are among the top concerns of people of using internet”.
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      • Google & the Citizens Advice Bureau created a few tips to stay safe online:

        1. Always make sure to have a strong password. Try to always have a unique password to you that no one else will know. Using a long password will keep it safe. Try to always have a mixture of letters, numbers, and symbols. Some people remember their password with a song or lyrics or a mixture of the two.
        2. When you get a suspicious email with personal information on it, go directly to the site: don't click on the link in the email. Unless you're expecting the email, it's probably not from them and is known as a "Phishing attack" that's trying to get your personal info and steal from you.
        3. Always look for 'https' in the URL. A website is running through a secure connection when it's through https. This will safeguard your emails, credit card numbers, and all other info from watching eyes.
        4. Just as you make sure not to leave your front door open, you need to make sure you're always signing out of your computer. Make sure to always sign out of social media accounts and all other accounts that you may have signed into.
        5. Try and only use safe networks that are secure. Internet cafes are nice but not always the safest place for you to be browsing the Internet.
        6. With all the apps out there, make sure that you always have the latest app. Make sure you trust all your apps and the sources your apps come from. Always lock and passcode lock your phone. Never store personal details on your phone because anyone could take it and have all your info.
        7. Two-step verification is a must if accounts offer it. This will make you or anyone else go through two different steps of verification to access your account – much like Facebook when you login. You have to login and then tell which computer you're logging in from, then it texts you. By doing this it will keep your account safe.
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    On this website, I have highlighted a few sections that I thought were important. In the pink, I highlighted what Google is launching and why. In the yellow, I highlighted a quote someone said. The green highlight shows 7 tips that are very important for not only students, but everyone else to stay safe online.
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    Google gives information on how to be safe online. "Good to Know" campaign.
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    "Google will promote "safe computer usage" for users: by logging out of computers when they're finished using them, specialized child protection, use of cookies in web browsers, and 'two-factor authorization' which sees the user entering a password and then a unique verification code sent to their mobile device."
Madison T.

Internet Safety - YouTube - 1 views

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    Internet Safety video , Kinda creepy haha, but speaks the truth.
 Lisa Durff

SafeTeens.com | Internet safety for teens - 2 views

      • Post with respect: photos are a great way to share wonderful experiences. If you’re posting a photo of you and your friends, put yourself in your friends’ shoes and ask would your friends want that photo to be public to everyone. If yes, then you’re uploading photos with respect.
      • Comment with kindness: compliments are like smiles, they’re contagious. When you comment on a profile, share a kind word, others will too.
      • Update with empathy: sharing updates lets us tell people what we think. When you give an opinion on your status updates, show empathy towards your friends and help them see the world with understanding eyes.
  • Bullying has always been a problem among adolescents and, sadly, so has suicide. In the few known cases of suicide after cyberbullying, there are other contributing factors.
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      This statement explains how cyberbullying can affect teens just like us. It also explains that while cyberbullying can be a main cause of suicide, usually, there are other factors that can cause this.
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    Internet safety tips for teenagers. Being safe online can make a big impact.
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    about internet safety for teens
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