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Suzie Nestico

Digital Citizenship in Schools | Scoop.it - 27 views

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    Judy O'Connell's curated tweets, blogs, etc. on digital citizenship. Excellent, constantly updated resources.
Vicki Davis

Quia - Internet Safety Hangman - 10 views

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    internet safety hangman. I do find this an oxymoron, and yet this is an activity that many may like.
Megan Black

Webonauts Internet Academy | PBS KIDS GO! - 15 views

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    Webonauts Internet Academy is a web original game from PBS Kids that gives kids 8-10 years-old an opportunity to have some fun while exploring what it means to be a citizen in a web-infused‚ information-rich world. It is an engaging experience on its own but becomes all the more powerful when parents and teachers use game play as a springboard for conversations about media literacy and citizenship in the 21st Century. Very nicely done and a great starting point. From Adam Bellow of EduTech
Carl Bogardu

Welcome to the Web - 11 views

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    Learning about the Internet.
Kay Oddone

Stop Bullying Now! - 17 views

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    Website aimed at younger students.
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    A useful site for younger primary students.
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    This website will be fantastic for your assignment on bullying.
Megan Black

Digizen - Home - 5 views

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    Excellent Digital Citizenship Resource for parents, students, and teachers
Christopher Lister

Internet Safety Resources | SimpleK12 - 17 views

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    "To spread the word about Internet Safety, SimpleK12 has compiled a list of FREE resources on all the hottest topics regarding internet saftey"
Vicki Davis

Reviews and Ratings for Family Movies, TV Shows, Websites, Video Games, Books and Music - 2 views

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    reviews ratings, advice and all sorts of stuff like that. Great resource for parents, educators and students
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    Common Sense Media Education Program
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    Kevin Jarrett pointed out to me that Common Sense media now has movie reviews for kids to help you determine what is appropriate for your children. Again, you have to take everything under advisement ad make decisions for yourselves but as long as we go to whatever Hollywood dishes out, they'll keep doing it. (After all, they did research and found that a "G" rating was a "death sentence" for a movie. That is crazy.)
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