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State Sites, Publications, Wikis

Page history last edited by Margaret Baker 14 years, 1 month ago

State Pages

Several states have created pages for their parents and educators. We will add these as we become aware of them.

 

Florida

http://www.safeflorida.net/SafeFL.nsf/pages/Home

Good resources for kids and teens. The Kids Zone page links to activities and games through NetSmartz, iKeepSafe, etc. The teens page includes the video Justin's Story, a Surfing Safe brochure  and some great questions for teens to ask of each other, to keep their friends safe. I pulled these together into a document -- they'd make great discussion starters.

 

Utah

NetSafeUtah http://www.netsafeutah.org/index.php 

Developed by a consortia, the website has links for all age levels and includes videos http://www.netsafeutah.org/cybersafeteens/aboutshow.htm and classroom resources.

 

Virginia

http://www.doe.virginia.gov/support/safety_crisis_management/internet_safety/index.shtml 

Guidelines, suggestions for AUPs, lesson plan ideas and more are available in .pdf format at this Virginia site.

 


Publications, other wikis...

 

ISTE Publications, Digital Citizenship in Schools by Mike Ribble and Gerald Bailey, copyright 2007, ISBN No: 978-1-56484-232-9.  Check out Mike's website and wiki at these addresses:

Digital Citizenship: Using Technology Appropriately

Digital Citizenship    

 

Heartland AEA Digital Citizenship

Based on the 9 elements of digital citizenship from Ribble and Bailey above.

 

CyberSafety and CyberBullying Resources 

Collected by Mark Jeffrey

 

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