A nice resource regarding on-line privacy and children. After a discussion providing information about on-line privacy, this page shows how to help protect your children using the preferences and settings in a number of apps, browsers, and on-line social media sites.
"A practical educational sexting resource that addresses and questions the sensitive issue of sending sexually explicit messages or photos electronically."
Source: Childnet International
In the fourth episode of the Adventures of Kara, Winston and the Smart Crew, we look at who should you tell when you see something which makes you feel uncomfortable online. You can view the entire program series by clicking here.
Click here to see to accompanying resources.
This lesson plan compliments the video on protecting your digital profile (located here).
Source: EE (Originally created by Orange)
"Students will be empowered with the information to make safe and appropriate decisions online by
learning the importance of online citizenship, how to manage and create a positive reputation online and
how to always explore the Internet and other digital communication in a safe manner."
These "lesson plans explore what we mean by personal information, and give children the opportunity to discuss and share their own understandings of the subject, and encourages them to think about what information should be shared and what should be kept private."
In the third episode of the Adventures of Kara, Winston and the Smart Crew, we how to stay safe on-line. You can view the entire program series by clicking here. Click here to see to accompanying resources.
Students discuss their online experiences and learn how to minimize the potential risks that may be associated with them. Source: Media Awareness Network (Matthew Johnson)