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Curation of Ethical Use of Information - Elma Daniel

Sites/resources for K-5 students on the ethical use of information on the internet.

Faux Paw and the Unfortunate Upload - Digital Ethics for Kids - Narrated e-book

In this adorable narrated e-book, Faux Paw teaches children digital ethics. Children will learn what happens when you upload digital videos without permission of the people in the video, and how it is important to be ethical and show respect to others. It also teaches students a song using the acronym, BEaPRO to remember rules for internet use.

Great Sites for Elementary Student Research

This blog provides information and research websites that are reliable and safe for children to use. Students can use this as a valuable tool for getting information for classroom projects as there are links to websites containing reliable sources.

Teaching Children About Digital Footprints and Online Reputations (With Student Poster)

A website/blog that shares tips that children need to know about digital footprints. Students will learn that digital footprints are an important part of internet safety or cyber safety education. There are lessons and activities for students to learn about sharing information on the internet that also includes a poster for quick reference.

Copyright & Creativity for Ethical Digital Citizens – A New Literacy

This video teaches kids Copyright & Creativity for Ethical Digital Citizenship. It is an introduction to the rights and responsibilities they have as digital citizens. It also explains the rules of copyright and how to use them appropriately as creators and enjoyers of media on the internet.

3 Internet Tips for Kids

This video for elementary school students covers some useful tips for using a web browser, including: 1) how to use the address bar to do a web search; 2) how to add and delete bookmarks; and 3) how to use tabs. It is a great video for young students who are just learning how to search the internet for projects or researching information.

What Is Plagiarism? (for Kids) - Nemours KidsHealth

This article provides information to students on plagiarism, and that it is a form of cheating because it's stealing another person's ideas. Students can use this article to learn about the right way to use Internet sources and other references when doing homework or a report.

Your Digital Footprint {Elementary}

In this video, students will learn about the definition of their digital footprint offline and online. Students will learn what personal information should be shared and what should not be shared online, and why it is important and to ask for assistance when unsure.

What Your Students Really Need to Know About Digital Citizenship

This provides ideas on how to guide students to the knowledge and experience they need to act responsibly online. Children can learn about how to create secure passwords, protect personal information, copyright information, and much more.

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Internet Safety Tips for Children

Internet Safety Tips for Children

An infographic to teach children how to be safe using the internet. It provides tips for browsing websites safely, warns to get parent permission before downloading files, how to report Cyberbullying, and much more.

We the Digital Citizens | Common Sense Education

This resource contains a video that teaches children about being good digital citizens. Students will take a pledge to be safe, responsible, and respectful when traveling through the online world. Students should use this as a tool to guide them on rules and safe practices when using the internet.

Plagiarism Scavenger Hunt

This article provides information for students on plagiarism. It also includes a video and Scavenger Hunt activity. Students can actively learn about plagiarism and how it is essential "stealing" information and how to cite sources.

Welcome To The FACE Kids Site

This website has lots of resources for children to learn about Copyright. There are activities and samples for children to learn about Copyright basics and even how to register their own works for Copyright.
**The front section of this page shows a date of 2007, but the information is still relevant and not outdated.

Be Safer Online!

This website provides tons of information, activities, videos, and even games for children to learn how to be safe on the internet. Students can use this site to learn about how to understand the difference between fake and factual information, how to navigate websites and not get distracted, and so much more.

Tips for Online Research

This video provides vital information for students when using search engines to find information on the internet. It explains the difference in the domain names like .edu and .org to find reliable, trusted sources for research, and how to find the best sources by narrowing the search information.

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7 Internet Safety Tips Every Parent Must Show Their Child

7 Internet Safety Tips Every Parent Must Show Their Child

An infographic with tips for internet safety for children. These tips include how children should sign-off of any sites when not in use, how to keep information private, and what information should not be shared online.

Reading News Online | Common Sense Education

This video teaches children about reading articles and information that they find online. It explains that searching for information can be confusing, tricky, and even false. It provides tips and examples of how to find the facts and reliable information for research including the author and date of the publication, and how not to fall for "clickbait" on a website.

Helping kids be safe, confident explorers of the online world.

Be Internet Awesome is a multifaceted program that includes a fun and free web-based game called Interland and an educational curriculum to teach kids how to be safe and responsible explorers of the online world. Students will learn the fundamentals of digital citizenship and safety so they can explore with confidence.