Are you Cyber Safe?
Cybersafety is the safe and responsible use of the Internet and all information and communication technology devices, including mobile phones, digital cameras, and webcams. CTAP Region IV has crafted several resources for download at the right including a classroom poster on Cybersafety funded by AT&T Education, a PowerPoint presentation to accompany the poster, and other workshop handouts.
- Personal Information
- Cyber Predators
- Inappropriate content
- Social Networks
Download the CyberSafety Poster
A fun guide to internet safety:
Games and activities
Clips and videos
NetSmartz411 is an online resource for answering questions about Internet safety, computers, and the Web for educators, parents, law enforcement, teens and kids.
CyberSmart! Student Curriculum
As cyber bullying becomes more prevalent among students, educators are looking for help in teaching their students about appropriate online behavior. To meet this need, CyberSmart! Education has released a free, research-based cyber bullying curriculum for K-12 schools, based upon the following five areas:
- S Safety and Security Online
- M Manners, Cyberbullying and Ethics
- A Authentic Learning and Creativity
- R Research and Information Fluency
- T Twenty-First Century Challenges
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