Great tips for parents. Includes a parent booklet in both English and Spanish.
Resources and webinars designed specifically to keep special needs children safe online
“Grooming” is the way predators get from bad intentions to sexual exploitation. Basically, grooming is manipulation.
Keeping kids safe on social networking sites
Not only does this site provide various websites on internet child safety, it also provides access to a child predator search.
Tips for keeping kids safe online from University of Oklahoma Police Department.
Blogs, videos, documents, and more to keep your kids safe online
Perhaps the largest collection of Internet safety resources on the web
An excellent tool that includes information on social networking, web surfing, downloading, gaming, challenges for parents and National Internet Safety Partners
This site provides an excellent parent resource section on internet safety
An essential guide for parents to keep kids safe online
Parents, this site is here for you. All the tools, resources and information you need to keep your family safe online can be found here
This resource is provided by the U.S. Department of Justice
Federal Bureau of Investigation
ConnectSafely is for parents, teens, educators, advocates - everyone engaged in and interested in the impact of the social Web.
A good list from Google.
Includes several YouTube videos, so review this ahead of time. But good collection of information.
Great example of teaching and using digital citizenship skills!
Web based games and activities, grades 3-5.
Curriculum material for grades K-5.
Staying safe online from Google
Collection of internet safety resources.
Designed to provide simple and accurate guidelines to playing with media for teachers and students.
Student friendly AUPs and quizzes for all gradelevels.
A collection of resources.
A middle school publication from PBIS
An elementary handout from PBIS.
This site provides lesson plans and activities, as well as some excellent tips for students and for parents.
Copyright issues in an electronic environment
Evaluating and citing web based sources
Creative Commons and Public Domain
As educators you play a vital role in not only helping students understand the Internet, but also in educating them on the dangers that lurk online. Below you will find free interactive lessons you can use in your classroom.
Virginia Department of Education with partners has a great collection of lesson and activities.
Six chapters on use and responsibility of primary sources.
Short video on the effects of digital footprints on future employment.