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Internet Safety 09/11/2009 (p.m.)

Posted in Uncategorized by coda on September 11, 2009
  • Protecting Students in the 21st century is a comprehensive, online internet safety program that involves your students, teachers, and parents to keep teens safe online and with their cell phones. In addition to the online curriculum and training lessons, the program includes assessments, quizzes, and a safety pledge for students, safety plans for teachers, and a self-assessment and resources for parents.

    Tags: ad4dcss, cybersafety, curriculum, teens

    • Protecting Students in the 21st century is a comprehensive, online internet safety program that involves your students, teachers, and parents to keep teens safe online and with their cell phones. In addition to the online curriculum and training lessons, the program includes assessments, quizzes, and a safety pledge for students, safety plans for teachers, and a self-assessment and resources for parents. – By Anne Bubnic
  • My message to parents and teachers is simple: embrace the technology that kids use, recognize that whatever you may lack in technology knowledge you make up in wisdom, and remember that you, too, were once a kid. Your first reaction to kid activity that may be a bit disturbing shouldn’t be to freak out and shut down access but to take a deep breath, talk with (and listen to) the kids, and do everything you can to encourage dialog.

    Tags: ad4dcss, cybersafety, parents

    • My message to parents and teachers is simple: embrace the technology that kids use, recognize that whatever you may lack in technology knowledge you make up in wisdom, and remember that you, too, were once a kid. Your first reaction to kid activity that may be a bit disturbing shouldn’t be to freak out and shut down access but to take a deep breath, talk with (and listen to) the kids, and do everything you can to encourage dialog. – By Anne Bubnic
  • How To’s and Don’t Do’s posted By Hemanshu Nigam, Chief Security Officer, News Corporation and MySpace

    Tags: ad4dcss, myspace, cybersafety, privacy

    • How To’s and Don’t Do’s posted By Hemanshu Nigam, Chief Security Officer, News Corporation and MySpace – By Anne Bubnic
  • The Pew Internet and American Life Project first surveyed teenagers about their mobile phones in 2004 and results showed that 45% of teens had a cell phone. Since then mobile phone use has climbed steadily among teens to 63% in 2006 and 71% in 2008.

    Tags: ad4dcss, pew, research, pdf, cellphone

    • Pew Internet Research first surveyed teenagers about their mobile phones in 2004 and results showed that
      45% of teens had a cell phone. Since then mobile
      phone use has climbed steadily among teens to 63% in
      2006 and 71% in 2008.
      – By Anne Bubnic
  • Social media sites should provide simpler explanation and assistance to help school kids navigate cyber-safety issues. That is one of the initial points of advice given to the Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, Senator Stephen Conroy, by representatives of the Youth Advisory Group.

    Tags: ad4dcss, social media, social networking, cybersafety

    • Social media sites should provide simpler explanation and assistance to help school kids navigate cyber-safety issues. That is one of the initial points of advice given to the Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, Senator Stephen Conroy, by representatives of the Youth Advisory Group. – By Anne Bubnic
  • Back to school presents new challenges for parents staying connected to kids and for parent peace of mind. AT&T has compiled this helpful list of tips to help parents create a safe environment for kids using technology.

    Tags: ad4dcss, texting, parents, digital communication

    • Back to school presents new challenges for parents staying connected to kids and for parent peace of mind. AT&T has compiled this helpful list of tips to help parents create a safe environment for kids using technology. – By Anne Bubnic

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