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4 Great Lesson Plans for Internet Safety

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With kids getting smartphones and other devices at younger and younger ages, it's more important than ever to teach them how to use the internet safely. Whether kids are using social media, searching for information, gaming, or emailing, they should have some basic understanding of how to protect themselves online. Though teachers and parents are deeply concerned about kids' online safety, we often don't know the best ways to teach these skills.

Digital Citizenship and Social Media for Students

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My class was learning about the Sustainable Development Goals , but I noticed as students entered the room they were busy chatting about video games, connecting with people online and talking to each other via a messaging app. I started to think about digital citizenship, internet safety, and just how digitally savvy were my students? . At this point, I thought we need to work on Digital Citizenship and Safety. I started to look for resources to support this learning.

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How To Protect Your Privacy As An Online Student.

EdTech4Beginners

You need to be carefully sharing any personal information over the Internet. You may not believe that sharing a specific detail is a big deal, but people can often learn a lot more about you. They often use social engineering to acquire it. There are a number of tools that allow people to get more information on their acquaintances. New cracking tools can guess passwords that over 15 characters long. Technology has always been a driving force of change.

Citizenship for Personalized Learning

BYOT Network

This post, written in collaboration with Diana Ryan , is part of a series about the Building Blocks for Personalized Learning. It is necessary to construct the building block of Citizenship within a classroom to better facilitate personalized learning. Each child has various traits that influence the development of their social personas, whether digitally or physically. Netiquette is the behavior that one uses while on the Internet.

Citizenship for Personalized Learning

BYOT Network

This post, written in collaboration with Diana Ryan , is part of a series about the Building Blocks for Personalized Learning. It is necessary to construct the building block of Citizenship within a classroom to better facilitate personalized learning. Each child has various traits that influence the development of their social personas, whether digitally or physically. Netiquette is the behavior that one uses while on the Internet.

129 Digital Citizenship Links on 22 Topics

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Copyright and Fair Use –Common Sense Media video. Common Sense media. Internet sources. Internet—what is it–video. Privacy on the internet. BrainPop Internet sources. Google course on searching internet. Internet searches. Image edit exposure tool. Internet Hoaxes. Internet safety. Brainpop—online safety. Clicky’s internet safety. Computer safety. Internet safety.

College Credit Classes in Remote Teaching/Blended Learning

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If students use the internet, they must be familiar with the rights and responsibilities required to be good digital citizens. In this class, you’ll learn what topics to introduce, how to unpack them, and how to make them authentic to student lives. internet safety.

5 Ways to Teach Digital Citizenship (and the 9 Key P’s of Digital Citizenship)

The CoolCatTeacher

So, go to advancementcourses.com/coolcat to learn more and use the coupon code COOL20. Stop, Screenshot, Block, Tell and Share – Free Internet Safety Poster. Safely Involve Students in Social Media and More Student Voice Tips. Innovation IT Coaches and Directors Librarians Middle / Junior High Grades 6-8 (Ages 10-13) Project Based Learning School Counselors Social Emotional Learning Society and Ethics Students Teachers Tech Tips Web Tools

Last Chance for this Online College-credit Classes–DigCit and Tech Tools for Writin

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If students use the internet, they must be familiar with the rights and responsibilities required to be good digital citizens. In this class, you’ll learn what topics to introduce, how to unpack them, and how to make them authentic to student lives. internet safety.

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College Credit Classes in Remote Teaching/Blended Learning

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If students use the internet, they must be familiar with the rights and responsibilities required to be good digital citizens. In this class, you’ll learn what topics to introduce, how to unpack them, and how to make them authentic to student lives. internet safety.

11 Projects to Teach Digital Citizenship

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Learning has no temporal or geographic borders and is available wherever students and teachers find an Internet connection. This used to mean limiting access to the Internet, blocking websites, and layering rules upon rules hoping (vainly) to discourage students from using an infinite and fascinating resource. Kindergarteners should learn the essence of what it means to be a good digital citizen. Do this with a tool they all like — art.

College Credit Classes in Blended Learning

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If students use the internet, they must be familiar with the rights and responsibilities required to be good digital citizens. In this class, you’ll learn what topics to introduce, how to unpack them, and how to make them authentic to student lives. internet safety. social media. At the completion of this course, you will be able to: Know how to blend digital citizenship into lesson plans that require the Internet.

Online College Classes Start Monday!

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If students use the internet, they must be familiar with the rights and responsibilities required to be good digital citizens. In this class, you’ll learn what topics to introduce, how to unpack them, and how to make them authentic to student lives. internet safety.

Blogging to Learn

Cool Tools for 21st Century Learners

I truly believe that all educators should consider blogging as a tool for learning and this seems like the perfect opportunity to once again try to encourage all educators to blog! Why I Blog Blogging about experiences makes me accountable for taking the time to thoughtfully reflect on teaching and pursue ways to kick the learning up a notch. I learn more from blogging than from any other professional activity I participate in. Quite simply, I blog to learn.

Game-Based Digital Literacy with Digital Compass – From Jennifer Carey

EdTechTeacher

Common Sense Media has released Digital Compass , a new tool to teach students about navigating the digital world. The game is targeted at middle school students, an age when most children are getting cell phones and social media accounts (like Facebook and Instagram). Common Sense Media also provides educational material for teachers and parents. You can even get involved via social media through their Where’s Wink hashtag ( #whereswink) on Twitter.

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Should we radically change the way we teach digital citizenship?

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February 9th, 2021, marks the 18th edition of Safer Internet Day , a day to come “together for a better internet,” which is more important than ever in light of recent events. The internet is dangerous!” The internet can be a distracting place but also a powerful tool for change.

College Credit Classes in Blended Learning

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If students use the internet, they must be familiar with the rights and responsibilities required to be good digital citizens. In this class, you’ll learn what topics to introduce, how to unpack them, and how to make them authentic to student lives. internet safety. social media. At the completion of this course, you will be able to: Know how to blend digital citizenship into lesson plans that require the Internet.

College Credit Classes in Blended Learning

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If students use the internet, they must be familiar with the rights and responsibilities required to be good digital citizens. In this class, you’ll learn what topics to introduce, how to unpack them, and how to make them authentic to student lives. internet safety. social media. At the completion of this course, you will be able to: Know how to blend digital citizenship into lesson plans that require the Internet.

Classes in Remote Teaching

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If students use the internet, they must be familiar with the rights and responsibilities required to be good digital citizens. In this class, you’ll learn what topics to introduce, how to unpack them, and how to make them authentic to student lives. internet safety.

New Posted Resources 05/11/2012

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Download: "Own Your Space" was written by Linda McCarthy, for Internet savvy "tweens" & teens, and their parents or educators. NETS Aligned Tools tags: web2.0

Tech Ed Resources–Certificate/College Credit Classes

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All of them, I’ve found well-suited to the task of scaling and differentiating tech skills for age groups, scaffolding learning year-to-year, taking into account the perspectives and norms of all stakeholders, with appropriate metrics to know learning is organic and granular.

Online College Credit Classes Forming

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The 21 st Century lesson blends technology with teaching to build a collaborative, differentiated, and shared learning environment. Classmates will become the core of the teacher’s ongoing Personal Learning Network. Develop and employ a Personal Learning Network. internet safety.

Online Classes! On Your Schedule

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All are online, hands-on, with an authentic use of tools you’ll want for your classroom. The 21 st Century lesson blends technology with teaching to build a collaborative, differentiated, and shared learning environment. internet safety. social media.

10 EdTech Questions You Might Be Asked At Interview (Answer Tips Included!)

EdTech4Beginners

Make sure you give an overview of the ways you use it daily and then outline some specific apps or tech tools you have used recently. Think of a time that the internet has gone down and talk the interviewer through the process and stress how the lesson still worked out well. Emphasise the importance of sharing and then give examples i.e. planning meetings, emails, social media. 5) Talk me through how you deal with e-safety.

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Acceptable or Responsible? What’s Your Use Policy?

Tom Murray

A portion of below is an excerpt from the new ASCD book, Learning Transformed: 8 Keys to Designing Tomorrow’s Schools, Today , and is co-written by Thomas C. As a former technology director (Tom) and high school principal (Eric), we’ve seen some fascinating ways that students have tried to bypass the filter, have seen search terms that would make even college students blush, and have had a vast array of conversations with students about the appropriate use of digital tools.

How K–12 Schools Can Use Next-Generation Content Filtering to Keep Students Safe

EdTech Magazine

Congress passed the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) in 2000, tying E-rate program discounts to a school’s internet safety policy. Even in the absence of a federal update, K–12 administrators can look carefully at their current internet safety policy. The internet of today bears l ittle resemblance to the internet of 20 years ago , and website blocking software likely needs to change, too.

Tech ed Resources–Online Classes

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All are online, hands-on, with an authentic use of tools you’ll want for your classroom. The 21 st Century lesson blends technology with teaching to build a collaborative, differentiated, and shared learning environment. internet safety. social media.

Technology and Digital Media in the Classroom: A Guide for Educators

Waterford

By learning to view it as a means of enhancing your lessons and resources, you can provide your students with tools and opportunities they may not otherwise access. Benefits of Using Tech and Digital Media in Education. Increased intrinsic motivation to learn.

11 Essential EdTech Action Steps for Back to School

The CoolCatTeacher

It is available offline; everything but the YouTube videos and hyperlinks will work (those need the Internet), but all other text, comments, notes and PDF’s are available. This is important because you probably don’t want to share all of those pictures and videos on social media. And not all parents are on social media. As I shared at ISTE this year at the Blended Learning Panel discussion , our classrooms are built from bricks and clicks.

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How to Grow Global Digital Citizens

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population age 3 and over used the Internet. 94% of youth ages 12-17 who have Internet access say they use the Internet for school research and 78% say they believe the Internet helps them with schoolwork. 87% of parents of online teens believe that the Internet helps students with their schoolwork and 93% believe the Internet helps students learn new things. A good place to start an Internet education is: There are rules.

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How to Set Healthy Screen Time Habits: A Guide for Parents

Waterford

Depending on how we use it, technology can be either a priceless tool or endless distraction. While older generations needed to learn how to use digital media, our children face a different task: managing and using screen time in healthy ways. Read on to learn all about types of screen time, how much screen time the experts recommend, and how to set healthy digital media habits at home. Like everything, digital media is at its best in moderation.

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Why protecting students at school is much more than just internet monitoring

eSchool News

The use of technology in schools has provided students with a whole new way to connect and communicate with each other and their teachers, in addition to being a great source for learning. However, on the flipside, access to the wider internet may mean that there is a temptation for students to access websites with inappropriate content–or use it as a platform where negative behavior can escalate, such as for cyberbullying or other undesirable activities. Click here to learn more.

Subscriber Special: July

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The 21 st Century lesson blends technology with teaching to build a collaborative, differentiated, and shared learning environment. In this course, you will use a suite of digital tools to make that possible while addressing overarching concepts like digital citizenship, internet search and research, authentic assessment, digital publishing, and immersive keyboarding. Classmates will become the core of your ongoing Personal Learning Network. internet safety.

Tech Ed Resources–Mentoring and Online Classes

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All of them, I’ve found well-suited to the task of scaling and differentiating tech skills for age groups, scaffolding learning year-to-year, taking into account the perspectives and norms of all stakeholders, with appropriate metrics to know learning is organic and granular. All are online, hands-on, with an authentic use of tools you’ll want for your classroom. Classmates will become the core of your ongoing Personal Learning Network. internet safety.

Bullying and Cyberbullying: The Things You Need to Know

The CoolCatTeacher

To learn more about Wriq go to www.texthelp.com/wriq. Ann: Well, I think that it’s really important to be clear that it’s far from the epidemic that we sometimes hear about in the news media. Ann: And usually it involves school, right, because most of kids’ waking hours and most of their social lives revolve around school. We can use those tools and skill and that knowledge that we have to help our children.

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