Internet Safety - Digital Citizenship
Be Internet Awesome includes a fun and free web-based game called Interland and educational curriculum to teach kids how to be safe and responsible explorers of the online world.
Teach students to use technology safely and responsibly with our K–12 curriculum, lesson plans, trainings, and family support tools.
Digital citizenship and parenting classes to schools and organizations across the state of Utah.
Innovative, research-backed educational tools that help children unlock their potential with core skills and values for the digital age.
iKeepSafe certifies technology used by children and in educational settings with qualified experts.
A television series and social network for parents to empower them with new knowledge, tools, and abilities to successfully guide their children in the use of digital media and technology.
NetSafe Utah provides online videos and resources for kids, teens, parents and educators, including Internet Safety information that Utah schools need to meet the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) requirements.
Free collection of teaching materials for families and students in grades K-12.
Resources for parents.
Internet safety lesson plans for students in grades K-12.
This lesson is designed for teachers who would like to use one general lesson to teach several aspects of Internet safety.
During this lesson students will view a PowerPoint presentation to examine the dangers of technology.
This lesson describes a basic research and presentation project related to dangerous technology practices and situations.
Students will explore a scenario in which a friendly relationship turns to a bullying one involving cell phones and computers.
Students will learn what cyber-bullying is, the consequences of it, and how to handle a cyber-bullying situation effectively.
Students will learn basic concepts surrounding Cyber Bullying. Students will then produce a Tee shirt idea about Cyber Bullying.
Students will explore and identify dangers on the Internet and learn ways to avoid situations that might be threatening or harmful.
Lessons on digital citizenship from SEDC.
Students will understand how their digital citizenship applies in library, reference, and education. They will see how those skills bridge into their everyday lives as well.
This lesson will help students identify a variety of teen behaviors on the Internet and the positive and negative consequences of these behaviors.
Students are introduced to issues regarding Internet safety by doing a dramatization where students act out a scenario about a girl who puts herself at risk on the Internet.
Understanding how to recognize potential dangers on the Internet can help students lead healthier lives. A student who spends disproportionate hours on the Internet is at risk of addiction.
In small groups, students will define violence and discuss different examples of violence in the media.