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Vicki Davis

5 Steps to Internet Safety - 18 views

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    Free poster I created to help students understand how to be safe online. Yes, there are 5 steps, not 4. Every student should know how to screenshot on every electronic device.
Dave Truss

Enraptured by Life...: On Taking Ownership of Our Online Life... - 8 views

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    As a Kindergarten teacher, when a child entered my classroom never having held a pair of scissors or not knowing how to tie her shoes, I felt it was my responsibility to teach those skills with support and guidance. It was not for me to judge that that child hadn't been taught those skills at home before coming to school, but to assist in equipping the child with the skills that would be needed as she moved forth in life.
Dave Truss

Stalking in English Class | Remote Access - 5 views

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    We've been stalking people in english class. Wanting to teach the kids in my class about concepts of digital footprint and online safety, I used three people well known from the edusphere as examples: Will Richardson, Jabiz Raisdana and Jeff Utecht.
Christopher Lister

Professor Garfield Foundation: Internet Safety and You - 13 views

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    Garfield the Cat and his friends educate kids on Internet safety.
Fred Delventhal

CSRIU: Center for Safe and Responsible Internet Use - 6 views

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    "Swimming pools can be dangerous for children. To protect them, one can install locks, put up fences, and deploy pool alarms. All of these measures are helpful, but by far the most important thing that one can do for one's children is to teach them to swim." - Youth Pornography and the Internet
Nancy White

Net Cetera - OnGuard Online - 6 views

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    Great free booklet to help parents and teachers with teaching digital citizenship. Presents a good balance between safety and benefits of social networking.
tmbellah

Edutopia News | September 21, 2011 - 0 views

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    Tips for teachers to help students be safe on the Internet.
Fred Delventhal

Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship - 0 views

  • Digital citizenship can be defined as the norms of appropriate, responsible behavior with regard to technology use. 
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    Digital citizenship can be defined as the norms of appropriate, responsible behavior with regard to technology use.
Fred Delventhal

Web Browser for Kids - KidRocket™ - PC Desktop Protection - 0 views

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    # New Email for Kids with Art/eCard attachments # New Time Lock for limiting a childs time on the computer. # New updated browser navigation (thumbnail GUI) and graphics. # New Kidrocket.org websites. (Public & KidSafe) # New online games and puzzles. # Now Vista compatible. (Windows 98, 2000, XP, MCE, Vista) # Updated kidsafe website list. view approved websites # Now provides vocal prompts and confirmations, for alerts and various security related operations. - It Talks!
Fred Delventhal

KIDO'Z Browser - A browser made for kids - 0 views

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    The KIDO'Z browser is a protected environment made for young kids that enables children to surf sites ,watch videos and play games
Fred Delventhal

Safe Search Web. Google SafeSearch and other safe search engines for family. - 0 views

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    SafeSearch Web features safe links for those who want to search the internet without the risk of inappropriate material being viewed. Enter your search term utilize Google SafeSearch. No search filter can replace parental supervision when it comes to children on the internet, but every little bit helps. You can also customize your computer settings to increase safe search filtering.
Vicki Davis

Deleting your digital past -- for good - 0 views

  • But what if you don't just want something massaged, manipulated or suppressed? What if you want it gone? Is it possible for an ordinary person to get some damaging tidbit entirely erased from the Web?
  • The Communications Decency Act of 1996 gives almost total immunity to Web sites
  • another surprise dead end is the place where many people launch their erasure efforts: Google.
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  • "Removing content from Google or another search engine would still leave the original content that exists on the Web," says a Google spokesman.
  • the webmaster of the page or the Internet hosting companies or ISPs hosting the content to find out their content removal policies."
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    Can you erase your tracks online? We tried to get a few bad mentions off the Net forever. Here's how we did.
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    How to get rid of information for good - not as easy as you think. the problem is that nasty little digital footprints with your full name - even if NOT left by you can influence your life FOREVER. Good information to share. Another reason, digital citizeenship IS an issue.
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