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Claire Stabbert, Alexis Johnston, Kelly Gorcica, Kelly Hazzard, Amanda Henshaw MSTI 131 March 30, 2010
- Easily accessible - Quick - Information at your fingertips - Research faster - Many options - As a teacher you can make lessons more engaging - Up-to-date information
-Bullying -Predators -Inappropriate sites -Viruses -Exposure to inappropriate information -Lack of Privacy -Identity Theft -Plagiarism
-Limit time spent on the computer -Block certain websites -Monitor sites -Use a password on the computer -Have only one computer in the house -Put computer in a common room -Educate children on internet safety -Privacy settings
-Educate parents -Educate students -Have students sign a safety contract -Give students a list of safe online sites -Teachers educating themselves - Offer a computer class for parents and students - Create rules in the classroom on using the internet
NetSmartzNetSmartz – a site that provides internet safety tips for parents, educators and children KidsHealthKidsHealth - A website that contains a section on internet safety for parents, children and teens. Offers the basic rules and safety tips for using the internet. WiredSafetyWiredSafety – the worlds largest online safety and help group. Helps protect against cyber crime. Offers a live help and a place to report cyber crime.