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by Mary Ann Kelley

Homeschool resources about online safety

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Looking for a curriculum that makes learning fun? You'll find it in Time4Learning's PreK-12 grade online homeschool curriculum.

CyberSmart! Curriculum  (Y,M,O,T)
Teaches students online personal safety skills.

GetNetWise  (T)
GetNetWise is a public service brought to you by Internet industry corporations and public interest organizations to help ensure that Internet users have safe, constructive, and educational or entertaining online experiences. The GetNetWise coalition wants Internet users to be just "one click away" from the resources they need to make informed decisions about their and their family's use of the Internet.

Protecting Kids Online  (T)
Center for Schools and Communities. Protecting Kids Online is an awareness program designed to educate parents, caregivers, teachers and children about Internet safety. Law enforcement officers present this program to educate audiences about laws, personal responsibilities and safeguards to be taken against online victimization.

CyberSmart K-12 Student Curriculum  (T)
Free to educators, the CyberSmart! Student Curriculum empowers students to use the Internet safely, responsibly, and effectively.

CyberSmart - Cyberbullying Lessons  (Y,M,O,T)
This lesson is aimed at establishing an understanding of cyberbullying behavior and Identifying cyberbullying behavior, roles and responsibilities

Cyberbullying  (T)
Information and resources to curb the growing problem of cyberbullying from the National Crime Prevention Council

Free Internet Safety Kit  (Y,M,O,T)
Did you know that two in five online teens (42%) said they've posted information about themselves on the Internet so others can see it and contact them? And nearly half of the teen respondents (47%) to a 2005 survey by Teen Research Unlimited admitted that they've used code words to alert others online to a parent's immediate presence--an effort to disguise a conversation about which a guardian might not approve. More than one in four (28%) said they use such lingo daily. In an effort to protect children by informing parents, the Polly Klaas Foundation has created an Internet Safety Kit. When parents obtain the free Internet Safety Kit, they will be offered a free download of Wired with Wisdom ($19.95 value). Wired with Wisdom grew out of the real need many parents express to catch up with their technologically sophisticated children. In this swift-moving online age, parents often feel overwhelmed or under-qualified to address children's Internet habits. Together, the Internet Safety Kit and Wired With Wisdom provide busy parents practical, workable solutions to help manage their family's Internet safety, including email, personal websites, chat rooms, social networking and instant messaging as well as recognizing and avoiding online predators.

Evaluate Your Site  (M)
A lesson on cyber safety based on evaluating the perpective of a website

Safe Kids  (Y,M,O,T)
Your family's guide to making the Internet and technology fun, safe and productive

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