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Allison Burrell

FBI - SOS - Main Page - 23 views

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    Interactive activities to teach students in grades 4-8 about cybersafety.
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    This website is the best news site, all the information is here and always on the update. We accept criticism and suggestions. Happy along with you here. I really love you guys. :-) www.killdo.de.gg
Carolynn Bruton

StillTasty: Your Ultimate Shelf Life Guide - Save Money, Eat Better, Help The Environment - 6 views

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    How long will your favourite food or beverage stay safe and tasty. Answers to thousands of items
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    This website is the best news site, all the information is here and always on the update. We accept criticism and suggestions. Happy along with you here. I really love you guys. :-) www.killdo.de.gg
Barbara Lindsey

Please Rob Me - 14 views

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    A site that just uses twitter search info. to show how easy it is to find location information on people.
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    This website is the best news site, all the information is here and always on the update. We accept criticism and suggestions. Happy along with you here. I really love you guys. :-) www.killdo.de.gg
Allison Burrell

Finally! An online quiz worth taking | EducationTechNews.com - 19 views

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    This website is the best news site, all the information is here and always on the update. We accept criticism and suggestions. Happy along with you here. I really love you guys. :-) www.killdo.de.gg
Jeff Johnson

What Does Internet Blocking Suggest to Students? | ISTE Connects - Educational Technology - 0 views

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    ...And as an educator who firmly believes in the right of free and universal access to information, it would be disgraceful to mark this year and not criticize the attempts by Chinese officials to write that ugly chapter out of the history of their country. Likewise it is disgraceful when developed countries celebrate the Chinese ascension as an economic power while casting a blind eye - or a knowing glance - in the direction of the Tiananmen dead
Jeff Johnson

Justin Reich - Better Strategies Needed for School Internet Access - washingtonpost.com - 1 views

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    Content filters are knee-high fences around the Internet: They may trip up older folks, but teens leap right over. Walk the halls of a public school, and students will readily share tips for evading filters, some of which would be good work-arounds for the Great Firewall of China
Henry Thiele

Online "Predators" and their Victims: Myths, Realities and Implications for Prevention ... - 0 views

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    The publicity about online "predators" who prey on naive children using trickery and violence is largely inaccurate. Internet sex crimes involving adults and juveniles more often fit a model of statutory rape - adult offenders who meet, develop relationships with, and openly seduce underage teenagers -- than a model of forcible sexual assault or pedophilic child molesting. This is a serious problem, but one that requires different approaches from current prevention messages emphasizing parental control and the dangers of divulging personal information. Developmentally appropriate prevention strategies that target youth directly and acknowledge normal adolescent interests in romance and sex are needed. These should provide younger adolescents with awareness and avoidance skills, while educating older youth about the pitfalls of sexual relationships with adults and their criminal nature. Particular attention should be paid to higher risk youth, including those with histories of sexual abuse, sexual orientation concerns, and patterns of off- and online risk taking. Mental health practitioners need information about the dynamics of this problem and the characteristics of victims and offenders because they are likely to encounter related issues in a variety of contexts.
Mark Chambers

eSafety Games Demos - 0 views

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    To help promote European Safer Internet day next Tuesday we've created some e-safety games for our schools
J Black

Open Thinking & Digital Pedagogy » Flickr Perversion - 0 views

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    Yesterday, I received an email notice saying that a few of my Flickr photos had been favorited. These particular photos were of my children, mostly of my daughter. Every time this happens, I go to see who the Flickr user is, and most of the time, it is a family member, a close friend, or someone I know through Twitter (or other social network). I did not recognize the user in this particular case, and when I went to see their photos, the Flickr message alerted me that none of the user's photos were available. Seeing as my photos had been favorited, I went to see what other photos had been marked as favorites by this user.
Jeff Johnson

Study: Parents clueless about kids' internet use - 0 views

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    A survey by Symantec Corp. suggests that parents are unaware of their children's internet activity.
Jennifer Maddrell

Internet Safety Podcast - Family safety meets cyberspace - 0 views

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    Maybe useful resource for parents by teacher suggestion? Gary
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