A range of teaching materials and student activities have been developed in the CyberSafe Schools program.
i-SAFE’s In Sync with Internet Safety Challenge Books are designed to challenge elementary and middle grade students to develop critical-thinking skills as well as to be empowered to age-appropriately share e-Safety awareness and knowledge with their peers, their parents, and their community.
Links and ideas for internet safety.
Ideas and links for internet safety.
This list is a collection of resources Karen McMillan found concerning internet safety. Her students will be creating a presentation to give to their parents on the teens-eye view of internet safety.
Netty's World is designed for young children (2-7 years of age) starting out on the Internet. It provides an interactive and safe learning environment for children and emphasises important messages about Internet safety. Provided by, NetAlert - Australia's Internet safety advisory body.
Personal Safety on the Internet to use with students
A blog post about a new study published by the American Psychological Association (APA) raises tough questions about the conventional wisdom regarding online predators. The study takes aim at the mainstream media’s coverage of online predation, labeling its portrayal of the phenomenon as “largely inaccurate.”