What will you do in your classroom to teach Internet safety?

I will use Netsmartz.org and show my students the videos on "You Caqn't Take it Back", "Profile Penalty", and "Terrible Text"

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If you go to my web site and click on "Computers" followed by "Internet Safety" you'll find your selections and a bunch more.

- Scott
I have a few great websites for little guys on Internet Safety. Here's one by Isafe - Faux Paux - http://www.ikeepsafe.org/assets/videos/?vid=fauxpaw_video I show it to 1st-4th grade. I also love the Netsmartz site. They have great videos. Good luck!
I use the PBS Frontline special "Growing Up Online." http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/kidsonline/
I really like Cybersmart Curriculum!

The activities are short and the students need to do a lot of discussion to complete them. What I truly like is the reference sites they cite for each lesson.
I have 2nd graders and we also use Netsmartz.org and Clicky.
Hi Lynne,
I teach tech to grades 3-5 and I always start the beginning of the year with a unit on internet safety and then weave it into my lessons throughout the year. You can find my resources on my blog:
and also a post I wrote about some things I do here.
Thanks for the discussion starter - I've added some resources for my future lessons from this thread.



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