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Free Cyberbullying & Technology Safety Lesson Plans (page 2)

By — GuardingKids.com
Updated on Apr 24, 2014

Internet Keep Safe Coalition 

Internet Keep Safe Coalition is a broad partnership of governors and/or first spouses, attorneys general, public health and educational professionals, law enforcement, and industry leaders working together for the health and safety of youth online. iKeepSafe® uses these unique partnerships to disseminate safety resources to families worldwide. For more info please visit: http://www.ikeepsafe.org/iksc_educators/. Grade Level: K-12.

Michigan Cyber Safety Initiative

The state of Michigan has developed programs to discuss social networking with elementary school children. For more info please visit: http://www.michigan.gov/ag/0,1607,7-164-17334_17364-170948--,00.html . Grade Level: K-8.

Netsmartz.org

The NetSmartz Workshop is an interactive, educational safety resource that teaches kids and teens how to stay safer on the Internet. NetSmartz combines the newest technologies available and the most current information to create high-impact educational activities that are well received by even the most tech-savvy kids. Parents, guardians, educators, and law enforcement also have access to additional resources for learning and teaching about the dangers children may face online. NetSmartz was created by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® (NCMEC) and Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA). For more info please visit:http://www.netsmartz.org/educators.htm. Grade Level: K-12. 

Seattle Public Schools

Seattle Public Schools and a Grant from Qwest Foundation. From Mike Donlin, Senior Program Consultant, SPS, Curriculum Writers: Linda Bakken, SPS, Chris Gentes, Counseling Consultant and Neilia Solberg, Writing Consultant, and Prevention Webmaster: Susan Hall, Office for Community Learning, SPS. For more info please visit: http://www.seattleschools.org/area/prevention/cbms.html. Grade Level: 6-8. 

Understanding Cyber Bullying - Virtual vs. Physical Worlds

In this three-hour lesson, students explore the concept of cyber bullying and learn how the attributes associated with online communication may fuel inappropriate or bullying behavior. Connections between other contributing factors to bullying-online and offline-are also reinforced as students develop an understanding of the role played by bystanders and the ways in which our own responses may fuel or stop this kind of behavior. As a class, students will establish a class “code of (N)ethics” for online conduct. For more information please visit http://bit.ly/28Vkz. Grade Level: 7-8

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