Cyber safety


Teacher's Note...

many of the below activities come with teachers notes

and guides for discussion and follow-up.





betterbuddies for Better Buddies day


E-safety quiz for younger students

 


AT & T Internet Safety Land
Internet Safety Land teaches young children about safety and security while helping the superhero catch a bad Internet character. Children search different buildings and answer Internet safety-related questions. Complete all the tasks and kids earn a certificate. There is also a printable version of the game


BrainPOP Spotlight: Digital Citizenship
There are many different areas to explore on this interactive site - cyberbullying,
IM, copyright, blogs, safety, social networking and more. All areas have videos,
quizzes, and great information. The K-3 section covers Internet safety, bullying,
and email. Related lesson plans are available for educators. Some topics are
free and others require a BrainPOP subscription


Webonauts Internet Academy is a PBS KIDS GO! web game that gives kids,
8- to 10-year-olds, an opportunity to have fun while exploring what it means to be a citizen in a web-infused‚ information-rich world. It is an engaging experience on its own but becomes more powerful when parents and teachers use the game play
as a springboard for conversations about media literacy and digital citizenship.


McGruff.org
McGruff is a Crime Dog, famous for his advice on how to stop crime before it
happens. Some of his work involves teaching children how to stay safe online.
There are different areas of the site –and much to learn.


The Carnegie Cyber Academy
Site uses training missions to teach cadets cybersecurity as they earn a Gold
Badge for completing each training mission. The 4 training missions are spam,
personal information, website dangers and cyberbullying. Join the Cyber Academy
to become good cyber citizens and to defend the Internet.


Think U Know Cyber Cafe is a virtual world where students help the
characters make the right choices when using email, texting, instant
messaging, surfing the web, talking in a chat room, and creating an online
personal space. 11+


Star Raider 8-10

 

Find out about Games Apps and Social Media. Which ones are safe for you? BURTBANK

 

Cybersafety Interactive learning units

 

About modern Digital Citizenship Video and notes

 

Bullying

Follow Ben, Will, Chen, Bella, Shannon and Waleed through six challenging moments in their life. In each situation they have a difficult decision to make. Will they make a stand and lend their mates a hand when they need it or will stand back and let things be? It’s up to you to show them the way

           

Social Media

Caitlin, Luciana, Amit, Eli, Malachi and Madi are venturing into the exciting world of social media and suddenly finding themselves amongst some awkward stuff. Will they triumph in an epic way or will they be a casualty to the internet? It’s up to you to help them safely navigate these tricky situations 

 

         

Game ON!  Video

#GameOn is a cybersafety video following the online experiences of a group of lower secondary students who find themselves in situations that catch them off-guard and teach them the consequences of making poor decisions online.

 

 

Cyber Savvy Quizzes

 

Are you a cybersmart family? Interact with Gizmo family to discover how

 

Complete these activities and learn about the dangers and things you need to be aware of when using Digital Teachnologies. Lots and lots of games to do just that at the CBBC Office - CBBC Stay Safe 

 

Swell Island Enter this Disney world and find jewels and be challenged along the way about cybersafety and using the Internet safely. THis activity is designed to discuss as a class as well.

 

Stand Up or Stand by. What type of bully or bully stopper are you?  For older students

 

Jo Cool for School - Cybersafety and ethics for older students

 

Bullying No way!-take a stand together. Info and activities for parents and students.

 

Think you know  For 11-17 yrs olds-  find the latest information on the sites you like to visit, mobiles and new technology. Find out what’s good, what’s not and what you can do about it. If you look after young people there’s an area for you too – with resources you can use in the classroom, at home or just to get with it.

 

Sid  the superhero, Lee and Kim help you become cybersafe. Designed for junior students to understand cybersafety issues.

 

Think You know all resources Check out the cyber cafe and other activities to discover the traps and danger to be aware of when using the Internet and mobile technologies.

 

11 and over continue looking into cybersafety for older students

 

Looking for hints and tips to become cyber aware check these out. Lots of up to date information on cybersafety for the wide range of activities and devices used today.

 

 


Other cybersafety sites for students.

 


BURTBANK

Hectors World - Visit Silicon Deep and learn with Hector the dangers to be aware of to be safe cybercitizen. Designed for younger students.

Netsmart with Webster. A friendly robot teaches young students about how to be safe online.

Top secret -  a game that deals with protecting personal information. It's just comon sense really! Years 4 +

Cybersafety Playground - explore a virtual world to discover how to be safe in a digital world. This game aims to teach kids how to spot online marketing strategies, protect their personal information and avoid online predators

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Cyber Pigs 1 Media awarerness and being cyber safe and Cyber aware

 

Cyber Pigs  2 Media awarerness and being cyber safe and Cyber aware

 

CoCo's Adventures be aware of foof marketing aimed a kids. An interactive game to help you learn how not to get tricked.

 

 Games that have a cyber safety message for middle and upper school

 

Quizzes that test how cybersafe you are. For middle and upper school.

 

 

 

 

 

Digital Passport Videos

 

 

Twalkers -Communication Video

 

Privacy- Shark Jumper Vid Video

 

Search- Search Shark Video

  

Creative Credit - Mix and Match

 

Log into your Digital passport Here

The Carnegie Cyber Academy
Site uses training missions to teach cadets cybersecurity as they earn a Gold
Badge for completing each training mission. The 4 training missions are spam,
personal information, website dangers and cyberbullying. Join the Cyber Academy
to become good cyber citizens and to defend the Internet.