INTERNET SAFETYTasks 1 and 2 BL-BH Practice: Identify Internet Uses (In your binders.)
Task 3 IL-ADV Practice: Read and Interpret Privacy Settings (In your binders.)Task 4 IL-ADV: Write About Internet Safety- Cyberbullying Essay OutlineFrom gcflearnfree.org Internet SafetyCyberbullying
NEW! This section offers guidelines for cyberbullying prevention, as well as strategies for addressing problems that arise and for monitoring online activity for potential problems.
Teaching Tolerance: Cyberbullying and Bias
These articles and blog posts from Teaching Tolerance provide educators with a number of activity idea for addressing cyberbullying with students, particularly around areas of bias and cultural sensitivity.
- Cyberbullying Overview
- Your Students Love Social Media…and So Can You
- The Digital Citizenship Minute
- Create an Anti-Cyberbullying Sign Campaign
- Helping Kids Avoid Digital Mistakes
- Stay Current, Stay Connected
KidsHealth: Articles for Families
KidsHealth offers a number of articles for kids, teens, and parents about cyberbullying, which are also available in Spanish:stopbullying.gov- Information on what is cyberbullying, who is at risk, and how to prevent cyberbullying.
Privacy in the Digital AgePrivate Moment Made Public, Then a Fatal Jump Tyler Clementi is thought to have committed suicide, days after he was secretly filmed and broadcast on the Internet.Smart Cookies Put Targeted Online Ads on the Rise Cookies tell advertisers just what they want to know to sell a product.
1. Identify different types of social media and their primary functions (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter).2. Create a new account on a social media network.
3. Recognize information posted by others or online or on social media networks that may present a risk to you (user as consumer of
4. Demonstrate knowledge of managing "friends" on Facebook: adding friends or accepting/declining "friend" requests.5. Demonstrate an awareness that social media accounts have privacy settings that can be set by users. 6. Demonstrate an understanding of the consequences of "liking" something.7. Share content by uploading media. 8. Identify information that is unwise to post and/or upload on a
social media (too much personal sharing, inappropriate photos/comments) (User as publisher of information).9.Distinguish between public and private "spaces" on social media sites (ex: Facebook messages and Facebook wall).10. Post, share, like or comment on content.
11. Demonstrate knowledge of the permanence of anything posted on the internet.Task 4 Internet Safety IL-ADVInternet Safety and Identity TheftStop, Think, Click: 7 Practices for Safer Computing (ADV) Please DO NOT print this packet during computer lab time.Family Online Safety Guide (ADV) Please DO NOT print this guide during computer lab time.Online Safety Quiz (IH-ADV)Identity Theft and Fraud Quiz (IH-ADV)News English Lessons: Facebook Panic Button (IH-ADV) Please DO NOT print this packet during computer lab time.Internet Safety: A Computer User's Guide to Privacy and Security (ADV) This guide is also available in Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, and Korean.Internet Safety for Kids: Keeping Children Safe OnlineInternet Safety for Kids Quiz
Internet Safety Video: Online Predators