In this lesson plan for grades K-2, students learn that they can go to exciting places online, but they need to follow certain rules to stay safe. The lesson plan includes a video, lesson PDF, assessment guide as well as tip sheet and student activity sheet.
In this lesson plan for grades 9-12, students learn why the term “online predator” is misleading, and how to identify more realistic forms of inappropriate contact. The lesson plan includes a lesson PDF, assessment guide as well as tip sheet and student activity sheet.
In this lesson for grades 6-8, students consider scenarios in which they may feel uncomfortable, or may encounter inappropriate behavior on the Internet. After watching a video, students discuss strategies for recognizing and responding to risky online interaction.
NetSmartz has created this self-paced, online training program to help you teach Internet safety and prepare kids to be better digital citizens. Topics include digital literacy & ethics, inappropriate content, privacy, sexting and cyberbullying.
With a variety of useful resources and tools, this site delivers a collection of "learning experiences, visualizations and other educational resources," which can be used in both formal and informal settings. Developed and maintained by Harvard's Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society
This animated music video raps about the hazards of oversharing online and emphasizes a thoughtful approach to digital footprints. Try the video discussion guide to spark a conversation about communicating and connecting in the digital world.
Here is a fun video that you can share with your Grade 3-5 students. Super Digital Citizen tells why he works to keep all kids safe online. Check the links for a related discussion guide and lesson plan.