Think Before You Upload

Awareness greatly reduces the risk of becoming a victim of a cyber-crime or digital exploitation. This program teaches students about computer viruses and demonstrates safe computer skills.


Know Who You Are Talking To

Awareness greatly reduces the risk of becoming a victim of a cyber-crime or digital exploitation. This program teaches students about computer viruses and demonstrates safe computer skills.

Real People Bullying the Internet and You

With the Internet at their disposal, kids are spreading rumors and gossip, embarrassing and tormenting their peers with a newfound anonymity that emboldens them. Take a look at bullying and harassment as it manifests itself on the Internet.

Keep Private Information Private

The adoption of new digital technology is so rapid that a uniform and proactive concept of responsible use is often overlooked. This program demonstrates safe computer skills and the importance of internet privacy.

Blogs, Chatrooms, and Social Networking

Chat rooms and social networking sites are as dangerous for teens as they are popular. Investigate the major dangers these sites pose: embarrassment, identity theft, and predators. Get important tips for staying safe on the Internet.

Social Networking, Cyber Bullying, and Music Manners

Ask before posting friend's pictures or personal information. Do not post hurtful information, true or false about others. Have the courage to step away from or stop cyber bullying. Take earphones out and give full attention to those with whom you are interacting.

Teacher Resource

Student Worksheet Student Cyberbullying Worksheet


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