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Copyright in a Copy Paste World | Diigo

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Carole Redline's comment, August 28, 2013 12:03 PM
This is an incredible site. It is not only about copyright but also Internet Safety. It offers great tools for students to use. It's a Wow!
Carole Redline's curator insight, January 8, 2014 12:53 PM

This concept is so important. How often do students make a report and just copy the graphics from the web? They have no idea this is steeling! Even if they simply were required to show where the graphic came from, the point would come across:

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In Defense of Internet Safety Education - Huffington Post

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In Defense of Internet Safety Education Huffington Post A landmark study on the effectiveness of Internet Safety Education (ISE) by Lisa Jones, Kimberly Mitchell and Wendy Walsh, documents problems and limitations of some of the educational...
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Some excellent ideas:

"Yes, there is good reason to question the efficacy of some Internet safety programs and, as you can see from the list of articles below, there is plenty of room for skepticism in the Internet safety field, but there remains a need for well thought out, research-based and up-to-date projects that are both accurate and respectful."

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Ryan's story a lesson in bullying ... and prevention - Worcester Telegram

Ryan's story a lesson in bullying ... and prevention
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... the Internet. Since 2011, those numbers have steadily increased.
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Children need to know stories such as this are real.
They need to understand the severity of their actions.
But also they need to realize that most kids will be bullied. When bullied you are not the only one.

Teach them to keep offending emails or posts and not respond to the bully
Find a trusted adult and share not only the evidence but their feelings.

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What is online learning and how is it different from other types of learning?

What is online learning and how is it different from other types of learning? | Internet Safety for our Students | Scoop.it
This may seem like a silly question, most of us know that having a course online means more people are able to access your course at any time and in any place
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This author really understands and practices how to do the best online education possible. Wow! What a resource.

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SCHOOLS: Getting a grip on bullies - Press-Enterprise

SCHOOLS: Getting a grip on bullies - Press-Enterprise | Internet Safety for our Students | Scoop.it
Press-Enterprise SCHOOLS: Getting a grip on bullies Press-Enterprise Schools have been trying to discourage bullying — in classroom lessons, in sessions with counselors and in school assemblies — by raising awareness and teaching students to be...
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Six ways to keep teenagers safe online | Macworld

Six ways to keep teenagers safe online | Macworld | Internet Safety for our Students | Scoop.it
In days of yore, parents of teenagers just had to worry about sex, drugs, and rock 'n roll. Now you can add technology to that list. Here are some ways to deal.
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M Meyd's curator insight, March 17, 2014 10:21 AM

Concrete suggestions for parents.  As an educator I will utilize these to assist partner with parents to keep their teenagers safer.

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The Teacher's Guide To Keeping Students Safe Online - Edudemic

The Teacher's Guide To Keeping Students Safe Online - Edudemic | Internet Safety for our Students | Scoop.it
From over-sharing to sexting, sharing information is a minefield for students and teachers. Here are a few ways teachers can help keep students safe online.
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Carole Redline's comment, August 23, 2013 10:50 AM
http://edudemic.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/c02871147.pdf
Carole Redline's comment, August 23, 2013 10:51 AM
This is one of the few articles that suggests what to do about obvious problems that students need to understand. And a great reference at the end is whole textbook that can be downloaded. http://edudemic.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/c02871147.pdf
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Nine Elements Of Digital Citizenship

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What are the 9 elements of digital citizenship?
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Carole Redline's comment, August 28, 2013 12:27 PM
This one is just a jumping off place with ideas for student discussion
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Digital Citizenship

Check out http://digitalcitizenship.net! This is a website helping define the issues of appropriate technology use. It provides a framework of nine elements for users to better understand the issues.
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Carole Redline's comment, August 28, 2013 12:07 PM
This one is just a quick look at many topics about safety. It might be a jumping off point for student discussions or give you an idea of which area each student team might work on.
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Smithsonian Quests: Learning through discovery and collaboration

Smithsonian Quests: Learning through discovery and collaboration | Internet Safety for our Students | Scoop.it
Section 3 is all about staying safe online by following SMART rules, student understanding is tested using interactive activities and fun quizzes. Section 4 helps students learn more about their web browser and its features.
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From the Smithsonian as a web quest wit interactive activities all about learning safely through collboration.

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Schuette Announces Cyber Safety Program Reaches One Million Kids

Schuette Announces Cyber Safety Program Reaches One Million Kids | Internet Safety for our Students | Scoop.it
Michigan CSI presentations include age-appropriate information about safe and responsible Internet use and communicate valuable lessons through discussions about Internet safety videos. The Department of Attorney ...
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Valuable lessons through discussion and Internet safety videos, too. Notice the examples for each age group. Where do adults fit into this model?

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Twitter at 7: Smart or stupid, we are what we tweet - WTSP 10 News

Twitter at 7: Smart or stupid, we are what we tweet - WTSP 10 News | Internet Safety for our Students | Scoop.it
WTSP 10 News Twitter at 7: Smart or stupid, we are what we tweet WTSP 10 News But no matter how many people learn their lesson about online safety - personally or vicariously - so many new users pour onto the Internet each month that public...
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You must not think that because you disagree ideas will go away. 

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Who Would Want my Identity?

Who Would Want my Identity? | Internet Safety for our Students | Scoop.it
A common question that we hear from victims calling into our Victim Assistance Call Center is, “Who would ever want to steal MY identity?
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This is a different angle on a problem that students often do not understand unless it it brought to their attention. 

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K-5 Technology Lessons: Internet Safety

K-5 Technology Lessons: Internet Safety | Internet Safety for our Students | Scoop.it
These cartoons and real life students presents 5 e-safety SMART rules on how to make online decisions. It discusses cyber bullying, not sharing personal information, viruses and stresses to tell an adult when something is ...
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Too often we feel that students know these rules but finding ways to present them over and over again is important . It's also important to pair students to discuss these ideas. Even better, allow the to present their ideas in some way. 

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Emmys Mummy: 3 fun ways to teach internet safety

Emmys Mummy: 3 fun ways to teach internet safety | Internet Safety for our Students | Scoop.it
There are many important lessons kids must learn about staying safe online and they're not always easy to teach. Here are some fun ideas to help.
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Love it when the lessons are directed to our youngest students. I wonder if older students might use such a resource to help their partners in lower grades?

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A Visual Guide To Teaching Students Digital Citizenship Skills - Edudemic

A Visual Guide To Teaching Students Digital Citizenship Skills - Edudemic | Internet Safety for our Students | Scoop.it
While looking for a better way to start teaching students digital citizenship skills, one teacher decided to make a visual guide herself - and share it!
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Such  an excellent idea to help us all....make a guide and then better still, share it. 

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10 tips for engaging pupils and parents in e-safety and digital citizenship

10 tips for engaging pupils and parents in e-safety and digital citizenship | Internet Safety for our Students | Scoop.it
From watching TED talks to a quiz that gets pupils thinking about protecting personal information, education experts share ideas on building digital citizenship skills with students and parents
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This is an easy article to read. The ideas are easy to understand and practical. I think a quick 5 minute read can get teachers thinking in the right direction and encourage many lessons. 

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Free Technology for Teachers: 9 Places to Find Creative Commons & Public Domain Images

Free Technology for Teachers: 9 Places to Find Creative Commons & Public Domain Images | Internet Safety for our Students | Scoop.it
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This site is so important to Internet Etiquette. We have to teach it early. If  I had a high school  or middle school class I would assign a team to explore each and tell us what limitations they found. 

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Welcome, Educators! — iKeepSafe

Welcome, Educators! — iKeepSafe | Internet Safety for our Students | Scoop.it
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isafe has been a leader in Internet safety for years but I am only familiar with their pay to use programs. On this page they offer other resources. I am all into free. 

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Don’t blame social networks for bullying. Young people need guidance to live a happy life online

Don’t blame social networks for bullying. Young people need guidance to live a happy life online | Internet Safety for our Students | Scoop.it
I had that conversation again.

The one where I'm asked if the Internet is a safe place for children, or whether the creators of Facebook and Twitter are to blame for online bullying, ...
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This is just common sense but how do we get the kids to be responsible. Do they need to be involved in the discussion? What consequences might they impose for inappropriate use of the Internet? 

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Kat Zimmermann's curator insight, July 23, 2014 9:56 AM

A tool for teachers and parents to help them support their 21st learner. A reminder to look at the behavior, not the vehicle it presents itself in.

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Five-Minute Film Festival: Teaching Digital Citizenship

Five-Minute Film Festival: Teaching Digital Citizenship | Internet Safety for our Students | Scoop.it
VideoAmy explores the topic of digital citizenship with this playlist of videos on the importance of online safety, manners, privacy, and responsibility.
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Carole Redline's comment, August 28, 2013 12:36 PM
Edutopia is a source known quality. This might be a place to start.
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How to Keep Your Kids Safe Online - Huffington Post

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How to Keep Your Kids Safe Online
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While monitoring your child's activity may be appropriate, the most important lesson to teach is how to think critically about using the Internet when you're not there.
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Don't block them. Teach them to be responsible when you are not there.

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Positively Elementary School Counseling: Internet Safety Lessons

Positively Elementary School Counseling: Internet Safety Lessons | Internet Safety for our Students | Scoop.it
This month I have been focusing on computer and internet lessons. I just wanted to highlight an amazing program completely FREE and online, in case others have not heard of it. Common Sense Media puts out an amazing ...
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Amazing, free and program all in one space. Seems important to investigate

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Internet Safety for Younger Children | Ron Morwick Learning Log ...

Internet Safety for Younger Children | Ron Morwick Learning Log ... | Internet Safety for our Students | Scoop.it
When working with younger students it is always better to build your activities and reflect with the class some of the pitfalls of working in an online world. Resources: “FREE – Internet Safety Lesson Plans, Grades 3 – 12.
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I am always grateful for lessons for younger students. They should not be left out of the loop.

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