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How to Talk to Kids about Internet Safety

How to Talk to Kids about Internet Safety | Online Bullying and Internet Safety Resources | Scoop.it
Although parental control apps like Qustodio can greatly reduce the chance of your child encountering danger online, nothing can replace the guidance of a caring parent. Talking about Internet safety can be a challenge in ...
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STOP cyberbullying: Cyberbullying - what it is, how it works and how to understand and deal with cyberbullies

STOP cyberbullying: Cyberbullying - what it is, how it works and how to understand and deal with cyberbullies | Online Bullying and Internet Safety Resources | Scoop.it
What cyberbullying is, how it works and how to understand and deal with cyberbullies.
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Drew Bulbuk's curator insight, June 25, 2013 7:51 PM

This was a very helpul website.  The writer of it sat down with 20 young students to discuss their online habits.  They were very open about their activity, which was sometimes extremely cruel.  This brought up a thought that I hadn't had up to this point.  I get that a kid could like annonymity online, but to openly admit such severe acts to a stranger leads me to believe that they don't understand the severity of what they're doing.  They also act out their fantasies online, as we see with the young boy who is an outstanding student in the classroom, but does terrible things online. When you put someone down by creating fake profiles of them, or issuing death threats, you clearly aren't capable of understanding the reality of your situation.  That same boy said that he did it simply because he could.  To have power that you might have attained otherwise seems to be a likely reason for these kind of actions, which seem to start at a very early age.

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Anti-Bullying Network

The Anti-Bullying Network is an independent operation with the following objectives:

to support anti-bullying work in schools;

to provide a free website;

and to offer an anti-bullying service which will include the provision of training, publications and consultancy services.
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Digital Literacy and Citizenship for Grades 9-12

Digital Literacy and Citizenship for Grades 9-12 | Online Bullying and Internet Safety Resources | Scoop.it

"Challenge high school students to take perspective on the opportunities and potential pitfalls of the digital world. These age-appropriate, 45-minute lessons use rich discussions and ethical debates to cover the digital literacy and citizenship topics including relationships, identity, respect, and privacy. The lessons highlight how teens can be mindful when curating their digital footprints and how they can take ownership of their digital roles by using today’s technologies to create, publish, and share their own creative work."

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Digital Literacy and Citizenship for Grades 3-5

Digital Literacy and Citizenship for Grades 3-5 | Online Bullying and Internet Safety Resources | Scoop.it

"Help upper elementary students learn to balance the responsibility that comes with accessing our ever-evolving digital world. The lessons in these units revisit the fundamentals of Internet safety, privacy, security, and information literacy covered in the units for grades K-2, while weaving in the challenges and opportunities of collaborating in online communities. These 45-minute lessons put more emphasis on the concepts of becoming a responsible and respectful communicator online than those designed for lower elementary school students."

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Bullying | Violence Prevention Works

Bullying | Violence Prevention Works | Online Bullying and Internet Safety Resources | Scoop.it
Learn about types of bullying, and get facts on how a bully affects other students.
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Web Wise Kids - Classroom Resources

Web Wise Kids - Classroom Resources | Online Bullying and Internet Safety Resources | Scoop.it

"Web Wise Kid's Classroom Resources page - this section is designed to assist you to have successful conversations about technology safety with the students in your care.  It contains resources that supplement our programs as well as additional materials that can make it possible for you to host your own Safety Night to communicate the importance of online safety to a broader network of your students, their friends, and parents. "

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It Begins with a Conversation: Eliminating digital harassment and cyberbullying....

Eliminating digital harassment and cyberbullying begins with talking to the school community about

the behavior and its consequences.

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Bullying Prevention Webinar

Bullying Prevention Webinar | Online Bullying and Internet Safety Resources | Scoop.it

This session focuses on strategies for preventing bullying with an emphasis on overall school climate to minimize bullying behavior. This webinar is most appropriate for school administrators, professional and certified staff, guidance counselors, school climate team and social workers.

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Ready to make a difference? A new training resource can show you how. – Blog | StopBullying.gov

Ready to make a difference? A new training resource can show you how. – Blog | StopBullying.gov | Online Bullying and Internet Safety Resources | Scoop.it

The Health Resources and Services Administration of the US Department of Health and Human Services developed this training module and Community Action Toolkit to help local leaders become more effective in addressing bullying in their communities.  Materials include a training Module in PowerPoint and Printable Notes.

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Bullying Prevention in Louisiana Schools - Louisiana Department of Education

Bullying Prevention in Louisiana Schools - Louisiana Department of Education | Online Bullying and Internet Safety Resources | Scoop.it

"The Louisiana Department of Education developed a Bullying Prevention Toolkit of resources that are designed to assist school districts with their efforts to effectively address bullying in schools and all components of Act 861."

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Main Page

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Safe Online Surfing - grades 3-8 - interactive games and lesson plans

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Internet Safety for Teachers

ACTIVInspire Flipcharts:
Internet Safety K-3
Cyberbullying K-1
Cyberbullying 2-3
Appropriate & Inappropriate Websites


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Jennifer L Pena's curator insight, October 15, 7:43 PM

This is a great wiki that provides flipcharts regarding the subject of internet safety for elementary students.

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Cyberbullying — National Crime Prevention Council

Cyberbullying — National Crime Prevention Council | Online Bullying and Internet Safety Resources | Scoop.it
A public advertising campaign aimed at preventing cyberbullying
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Digital Literacy and Citizenship for Grades 6-8

Digital Literacy and Citizenship for Grades 6-8 | Online Bullying and Internet Safety Resources | Scoop.it

"Support middle school students’ desire to experiment and explore online with these fifteen lessons. Empower them to reflect critically on their digital lives: their use of media, their understanding of the broader landscape, and their participation in the always-on community.  These developmentally-appropriate lessons encourage middle schoolers to hone their digital literacy and citizenship skills by putting a particular emphasis on how individuals interact with and impact others in the digital world.  Topics include maintaining healthy relationships, communicating respectfully, and developing a positive online reputation."

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Digital Literacy and Citizenship for Grades K-2

Digital Literacy and Citizenship for Grades K-2 | Online Bullying and Internet Safety Resources | Scoop.it

"Start building a foundation of great digital citizenship skills by reinforcing the ideas of kindness, curiosity, and safety that permeate early elementary education. These age-appropriate, 45-minute lessons introduce young learners to concrete concepts and behaviors within the abstract world of digital literacy and citizenship. These fifteen lessons give students a safe way to explore all that technology affords by delving into the basics of Internet safety, privacy, and security; introducing concepts of information literacy; and emphasizing online interpersonal skills."

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Using Internet & Cell Phone Technology Safely: What Families Need to Know

This article addresses the importance of technology in the lives of children, safety tips for Interent harassment, cyberbullying, Interent safety and cell phone safety.

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Drew Bulbuk's curator insight, June 25, 2013 8:07 PM

This article does an excellent job at showing the preventative measures needed to correctly deal with bullying online.  There were a few things that I noticed as I was going over it-

1. The author speaks to the digital age, where every child from here on out, that has the resources, will grow up knowing about online information.  They will know how to use cell phones and computers at a younger age, which leads me to believe that these kids will need to be educated at younger and younger ages as time goes on.

2. The internet connects young people instantly from all over the world.  While reading this article, I was thinking about the times I've played Xbox online and heard someone say horrendous things to someone else.  This is scary because not only do they feel they are above the law, they can very easily cause other kids to become defensive at any even earlier time period.  

3. Someone has to be internet savy to notice the nuance of cyberbullying.  When the younger generation is more in control, thanks to their exposure to technology, it makes it nearly impossible for adults to police their children properly.  This is an easy way for someone online to take advantage of a situation.

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Web Wise Kids - Parent and Teacher Resources

Web Wise Kids - Parent and Teacher Resources | Online Bullying and Internet Safety Resources | Scoop.it

"Empowering Today’s Youth to Make Wise Choices Online"

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"Sexting": Fun or Felony?

Principal Leadership April 2009:  Article - sending indecent photos of themselves to their friends may seem harmless to students, but the repercussions can be dire.

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Bullying Prevention Professional Development for School Bus Drivers

Bullying Prevention Professional Development for School Bus Drivers | Online Bullying and Internet Safety Resources | Scoop.it

US Department of Education Safe and Supportive Schools Technical Assistance Center provided these online materials for training school bus drives how to recognize bullying behaviors among students on their buses and how to deal with bullying effectively. 

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Technical Assistance: Creating a Safe and Respectful Environment in Our Nation's Classrooms Training Toolkit

Technical Assistance: Creating a Safe and Respectful Environment in Our Nation's Classrooms Training Toolkit | Online Bullying and Internet Safety Resources | Scoop.it

The US Department of Education Safe and Supportive Schools Technical Assistance Center developed this research-based training toolkit to give teachers practical steps to take to respond to bullying.

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