Tag Archive | "Family Online Safety Institute"

A Platform for Good: An interactive site helping parents, teachers, and teens to connect, share, and do good online

Saturday, January 5, 2013

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We’re all in favor of helping adults and teens connect in positive ways, especially when using technology. This website (a project of the highly regarded Family Online Safety Institute) is filled with great ideas for parents, teachers, and teens to do just that. Parents can check out the Teach Parents Tech video series, while teens can print out coupons [...]

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Cyberbullying: How can we be a part of the solution?

Friday, December 17, 2010

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Here’s an informative 5 minute video clip featuring Stephen Balkam of the Family Online Safety Institute, in which he talks about the need for “a culture of responsibility” involving government, industry, law enforcement, parents, teachers, and the kids themselves, in helping kids make wise choices in their online environment.   He also has some good advice for parents.  Check it [...]

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Social Networking Sites for Children?: Togetherville

Sunday, May 23, 2010

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Social networking for kids ages 6-10?

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Cyberbullying Conferences and Events: Family Online Safety Institute

Thursday, April 1, 2010

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Cyberbullying Conferences and Events. The Family Online Safety Institute 2010 Annual Conference and Summit, November 9-10th, Washington, DC: Internet Freedom, Safety and Citizenship: A Global Call to Action This not-to-be-missed key-conference brings together an “international audience of policy makers, Internet industry leaders, educators, legislators, law enforcement, Internet safety advocates, teachers, and technologists,” and provides an [...]

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