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Bullying: the truth behind the power struggle - Calhountimes

Bullying: the truth behind the power struggle - Calhountimes | K-12 Internet Safety | Scoop.it
Bullying: the truth behind the power struggleCalhountimesThe state defines bullying much the same way, categorizing it as behavior that reflects a “willful attempt or threat” to harm someone, an “intentional display of force” and any other act that...
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BrainPOP UK | Safer Internet Day 2012 | POPtalk

BrainPOP UK | Safer Internet Day 2012 | POPtalk | K-12 Internet Safety | Scoop.it
Resources to help with lessons about internet safety for Safer Internet Day on 7th February, 2012.

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Time to switch schools on to social networks – safely?

Time to switch schools on to social networks – safely? | K-12 Internet Safety | Scoop.it
On Safer Internet Day Digitalme's Damian Payton argues that it's time for schools to embrace social media...

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Knowledge is Freedom: CIPA, COPPA, and FERPA Explained Succinctly - EdTechTeam

Learn important facts: CIPA requires schools have a procedure for disabling a filter, COPPA doesn't prevent students from using email, & FERPA allows web services to be considered!


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This fall, ACTE is hosting a FREE webinar series on “Web 2.0 for the 21st-century Teacher.” In this series,...
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26 Internet safety talking points | Dangerously Irrelevant

For Leadership Day 2012, I thought I would gather in one place many of the talking points that I use with principals and superintendents about...

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Kids and Internet Safety: 5 Lessons to Consider

Kids and Internet Safety: 5 Lessons to Consider | K-12 Internet Safety | Scoop.it
To help lower the risk, children should only communicate with people they know from the non-online. Predators can pretend to be someone they are not, (like another child) and may show up in places where children like to play online.

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Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) - require teaching curriculum on online behavior

This page summarizes the requirements for compliance with the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA).

 

If your school/district accepts e-rate funding, the newest measures require educating minors about appropriate online behavior, including interacting with other individuals on social networking websites and in chat rooms and cyberbullying awareness and response.


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