One of the focuses we continue to address in education is digital citizenship, Internet safety and cyber ethics.
“Digital Citizenship is more than just a teaching tool; it is a way to prepare students/technology users for a society full of technology.” (Digital Citizenship, 2010).
Many online websites have developed specific resources for teachers, students and parents. The Internet is an exciting tool full of infinite resources, information, education and entertainment. However, students need guidance and direction of how best to appropriately explore the Internet and become responsible, safe digital citizens.
Get Web Wise
The Government of Alberta created this website to educate parents, teens and children on Internet safety.
Be Web Aware
Be Web Aware was developed by the Media Awareness Network, Microsoft Canada and Bell as a national Internet safety program.
We’re On To You
This provincial site is sponsored by Alberta and Children Youth Services.
NetSmartz has created resources for educators, parents/guardians, teens and kids.
This site was developed to help online users make informed choices and decisions using the Internet.
SafeKids provides tips for social networking, Internet safety, cell phone use, and cyberbullying.
An Internet safety website for students, teachers and parents full of resources and interactive activities.
This site provides tips and multimedia resources on how to protect your personal information when using the Internet.
Digital Citizenship, (2010). Digital Citizenship: Using Technology Appropriately. Retrieved from http://www.digitalcitizenship.net/Home_Page.html
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