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Key Concepts in Digital Citizenship

Digital Citizenship

Etiquette and Respect In grades K - 5, students will: In grades 6 - 8, students will: In grades 9 - 12, students will: • . . . read more

Common Sense Media

Common Sense Media (CSM) is a San Francisco based non-profit organization that advocates on child and family issues, and studies the effects that media and technology have on young users. Common Sense Media FREE materials are . . . read more

Twitter Safety

Here Are Links For Twitter Users To Stay Safe and Informed:

Safety and Security Safety tips for teens Safety tips for teachers Safety tips for parents Guidelines for Law Enforcement   How to report . . . read more

Online Safety Web Sites

Many online safety sites out there offer information, online tools, videos, podcasts, and more to help you learn about and teach online safety to students.   https://cyberinsureone.com/ online-safety/ ilookbothways.com/ . . . read more

Your Child's Cyber Secret

Dateline NBC

MySpace.com is a wildly popular Web site where teens and adults can find each other, and sometimes find trouble. You may never have heard of the site, but most kids have. Dateline’s Rob Stafford reports on why parents must mind MySpace. read more

Where are your Children Hanging Out Online?

MYSPACE is growing rapidly.

           Over the past several months there has been a rapid growth of websites for teenagers to post personal information about themselves.  These sites go beyond Instant Messenger, Chat . . . read more

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