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Common Sense Media- This Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum helps educators empower students and their school communities to be safe, responsible, and savvy as they navigate this fast-paced digital world. Available for grades K-12, it meets E-Rate's education requirement, and is aligned to ISTE, AALS, and ELA standards.
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CyberSmart!- free curriculum empowering students to use the Internet safely, responsibly and effectively. Grades K-8. CyberSmart curriculum is now part of the Common Sense Media curriculum, but will remain available until July 2012.
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Cyber Security Awareness from USA Today Education Online - lessons to teach cyber security with emphasis on safety and ethics.
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iKeepSafe.org- a program combining the legacy of 75 years of media literacy with the 21st Century digital literacy required to navigate technology today. iKeepSafe shares the view of digital citizenship promoted by Cable in the Classroom. Topics include security, relationships, balancing screen time, personal information sharing, online reputation, and ethical use.
See all of iKeepSafe.org's videos on YouTube here.
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iSAFE - a comprehensive program incorporating classroom curriculum with community outreach to empower students, teachers, parents, law enforcement, and concerned adults to make the Internet a safer place. Fee-based.
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Michigan CSI- The Cyber Safety Initiative (Michigan CSI) is an Internet safety education program with customized presentations for kindergarten through eighth-grade students and a community seminar. Michigan Attorney General, Bill Schuette, invites all public school district superintendents, intermediate school district superintendents, Michigan Dioceses, Homeschooling Michigan members, Michigan Association of Non-Public Schools members, and Michigan Association of Public School Academies members to participate in the Michigan CSI program.
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NetSmartz- an interactive, educational program of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children providing age-appropriate resources to help teach children how to be safer on- and offline. The program is designed for children ages 5-17, parents and guardians, educators, and law enforcement. With resources such as videos, games, activity cards, and presentations, NetSmartz entertains while it educates.
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Web Wise Kids - offers fun, challenging and interactive simulations based on real-life criminal cases. By addressing issues like piracy, fraud, online romances, bullying, social networking, blogging, cyber stalking, online predators, identity theft and more—these programs prepare young people to be their own first line of defense so they can safely explore the best that the Internet has to offer.
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Wired Safety - a non-profit organization and the largest and oldest online safety, education, and help group in the world. Originating in 1995 as a group of volunteers rating websites, it now provides one-to-one help, extensive information, and education to cyberspace users of all ages on a myriad of Internet and interactive technology safety issues.
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Microsoft Digital Citizenship Toolkit from Microsoft - all the elements needed to teacher yourself and help educate others on the following: computer security, data privacy, online safety issues, prevention and remediation. Includes guides, posters, presentations, event planning, brochures and factsheets.
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Digital Citizenship - Rights, Roles and Responsibility in a Digital Society - covers the three categories of School Environment and Student Behavior, Student Learning and Academic Performance, and Student Life Outside the School Environment for elementary, 6th - 8th grade, and 9th - 12th grade.
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Seattle Public School Middle School Cyberbullying Curriculum