Lessons & Activities
Technology into the Classroom
|Internet Safety Lessons & Activities|
Children explore online advertisements.
Children discuss what they should do when they do not feel comfortable while online.
Children learn to select appropriate search sites.
Children learn that the Internet will allow them to share ideas with people from everywhere.
Children learn that cyberspace is a real world.
for Homework Help
Children learn the Internet may take a little longer to get help with homework.
Children learn E-mail dos and donts.
Children discuss communication inventions.
Children learn that sometimes youths in groups think and behave differently than they would if each person was alone. They examine the role of the bystander in cyberbullying situations and develop an ethical pledge for bystanders.
E-mail and IM too
Children explore e-mail and instant messaging.
in a Hurry
Children learn how to find homework help online.
Children discuss technology advances in the future.
Children learn the benefits of using passwords and then play a board game to discover some strategies for creating and keeping secure passwords.
Children learn that while they are enjoying their favorite Web sites, they may encounter messages from other children that can make them feel angry, hurt, sad, or fearful. They explore ways to handle cyberbullying, learn some basic prevention rules, and propose actions to take to calm down when online language makes them angry.
Children learn the importance of private information while on the Internet.
Children learn to make and keep safety rules while on the Internet.
Children learn that not all Internet web sites are good sources of information.
Children understand the importance of protecting their private identity.
Children learn that the Internet can be a vast source of communication.
Your Acceptable Use Policy
Children discuss their schools acceptable computer use policy (ACUP).
Children learn that the Internet is made up of computer networks.
Children learn that the library is a good place to do research and find information.
Children learn about copyright and copying other peoples work is unethical.
|Internet Safety Information|
Free program sponsored by the Department of Criminal Justice
Internet and Technology fun, safe and productive
On-line safety and help group
Workshop is an interactive, educational safety resource
Internet safety information
|Parent's Guide to Internet Safety
FBI Parent Guide
Safety guide, parental tools, and reporting information
Parenting safety tips
Teens and parents learn how to use the Internet safely.
|VA Department of Education Internet Safety Information|
|Internet Safety Guidelines (pdf-60
||Internet Safety Curriculum
|Washington County Public Schools Computer Information|
Acceptable Computer Use Policy
Acceptable Computer Use Agreement
created by Judy Honaker November 1, 2009
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