Internet Safety Curriculum


CommonSenseMedia
Standing Up, Not Standing By - Common Sense's Free Cyberbullying Toolkit for Educators
CyberSmart (now a part of CommonSense)


Communities
Join the Internet Safety Forum in Keystone Commons (log in first before clicking on link).

Join Digital Citizenship Diigo Group. - started by Vicki Davis (coolcatteacher).

Collections of resources


16 of the Best Internet Safety Sites for Kids from iLearn.

For those with access to the INTEL site: http://engage.intel.com/message/14149#14149

SimpleK12 listing of Internet Safety Resources

The links on some sites list Swell Island incorrectly:

Virginia Department of Education - Internet Safety Site - resources, Power Points, and more.

Variety of videos (some are intense): http://www.covenantworks.com/Bouncy-A/Computer/InternetSafety/index.htm

National Cyber Security Alliance: http://www.staysafeonline.org/

Wired Safety: http://wiredsafety.org/ Specifically for educational resources: http://wiredsafety.org/educators.html

Individual sites


BrainPop Spotlight: Digital Citizenship (and more). These are free: Blogging, Cyberbullying, Digital Etiquette, Online Safety.

Video of young child typing on the computer - unsafely. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xZHq4CQekTY&feature=player_embedded

Video on Digital Footprint - good for older students: http://vimeo.com/6709512

Site that covers students and adults - government site: http://www.onguardonline.gov/

iKeepSafe Internet Safety Coalition: http://www.ikeepsafe.org/