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"Jenny’s Story is a hard hitting film for secondary pupils based on the true story of Jenny a young teenager who chats to a stranger on-line using Instant Messenger. The film shows how through on-line chatting, Jenny reveals personal information which results in her being contacted in real life, and ultimately hurt."
Source: Childnet International
"Every February, people and organizations in countries around the globe join forces for Safer Internet Day (SID) to promote safer and more responsible use of on-line technology and mobile phones, especially amongst children and young people. In Canada, the Canadian Centre for Child Protection (Canadian Centre), through Cybertip.ca, coordinates SID activities. As part of this initiative, the Canadian Centre, with support from police, provincial and territorial governments, and the private sector, distributes approximately one million Internet safety resources to Canadian schools free of charge."
An on-line unit designed around teaching students to be better Digital Citizens through YouTube.
Students are introducted to the issue of pornography via classroom discussion and responding to a case study. They understand the challenges in determining the differences between erotica, freedom of expression and sexual exploitation. Source: Media Awareness Network Inc.
Students will define the term sexting and outline the dangers of sharing explicit photos or other images online. Source: nsid.net