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Dean Mantz

5 Ways to Teach Cyber Safety and Digital Responsibility | #ISTE10 - 0 views

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    How to teach digital safety as discussed at ISTE10.
Dean Mantz

Cybersafety Games (K-12) (Cybersafety Games) - 1 views

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    Collection of games that help explain and provide insight into Cybersafety.
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Technology in the Middle » Blog Archive » Citizenship in the Digital Age - 0 views

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    Via @pcwoessner on Twitter. Great development of Digital Citizenship/Internet Safety resources. He has combined NETS-S, Ribble & Bailey's Digital Citizneship in Schools, iKeepSafe C3 Matrix, Microsoft's Digital Citizenship & Creative Content, and SimpleK12's Protecting Students in the 21st Century.
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Protecting Reputations Online in Plain English - Common Craft - Our Product is Explanation - 0 views

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    Great video addressing your presence on/off the Web.
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Thinkuknow for parents | Teachers and training area - 0 views

  • Teachers And Trainers Area

    Welcome to the Thinkuknow (TUK) Teachers and Trainers area. Here you’ll find the Thinkuknow resources for teachers and all other professionals working with young people. There are films, presentations, games, lesson plans and posters covering a range of issues from grooming by child sex offenders to cyber-bullying

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CyberSmart! Student Curriculum - 0 views

  • Free to educators, the CyberSmart! Student Curriculum empowers students to use the Internet safely, responsibly, and effectively.
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K-12 Educators | STAYSAFEONLINE.org - 0 views

  • Schools and the Internet are becoming increasingly intertwined. The Internet has opened our children to opportunities and risks.

    Teaching Internet Safety and Cyber Security has a place in the classroom in the same way schools teach other life safety skills.

    Teaching our children to safely use computers helps protect them from cyber crime and our nation’s Internet infrastructure from cyber criminals. Making school networks safe and secure protects your school, faculty and staff as well.

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Blogging Guidelines for Schools - 0 views

  • NetSafe has been working with teachers and the Ministry of Education over the last few months to draft a set of Blogging Guidelines for Schools.

    The work to date has been driven by many educators already actively using digital technologies to boost student learning opportunities and we hope by publishing the guidelines in this interactive format that many more people will get involved and contribute their views and knowledge on the topic.

Dean Mantz

Campaigns and Downloads | Indiana University Information Policy Office - 0 views

  • The Information Policy Office generates and provides educational materials regarding computer use and security. Feel free to download these and use them, either printed or electronically, in your campaign.
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    Free posters about online safety, safe computer usage, etc.
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