Keep your Students Safe
While parents can and should be providing lessons at home based on family values and expectations, a cyber education must also be happening in the classroom. In part, because technology continues to be a greater part of the learning process and the social interactions of school-age children happens via technology. But also, because even if a parent does everything right and is involved in their child’s digital worlds, their child can easily go to someone else’s home, one without parental involvement, and they will see and do things via technology that the child and the parents may not be ready for yet—and may, in fact, be dangerous behaviors.
From this website, you have access to the Technology Pledge and the Digital Bill of Rights—which will teach your students how to stay safe online and how to tell others how to treat them online. We also offer a list parental control Tools to help parents of your students control their child’s screen-time at home.
When you sign-up for Educator Free Resources you get access to: