Safety Online

StopBullyingA federal government website managed by the
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Be Web AwareProvides a comprehensive overview on cyberbullying, the risks associated with social networking, and other pitfalls for students on the internet. Though it is mostly targeted towards parents, the site contains many links to studies and resources that can be helpful for teachers.
Center for Safe and Responsible Internet UseContains handouts, posters, classroom resources, and articles to help make students aware about cyberbullying and how to prevent it.
Not In Our Schoolmovement of students and teachers from across the country that are sharing stories, joining together and taking action to create safe schools, free from stereotypes, intolerance, and hate. In this 3 minute video with accompanying video, students take on cyber-bullying.
Power to Learnprovides case studies about cyberbullying, social networking, and online video for students with and teacher guides. Also included are take-home resources in both English and Spanish to help educate parents as well. It is provided by Cablevision.
StopCyberBullyingCreated by Wired Magazine with resources for teachers, parents, and law enforcement, as well as resources for kids, broken down by age group.
A Thin LineMTV’s campaign, developed to empower youth to identify, respond to and stop the spread of digital abuse. The campaign is built on the understanding that there is a “thin line” between what may begin as a harmless joke and something that could end up having a serious impact.
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