Tag Archive | "Youth Safety On a Living Internet"

Online Safety and Digital Citizenship for the Younger Set: Hector’s World

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

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Following on from our blog yesterday about the need for creating a culture of respect and dignity both online and off, today we want to feature Hector’s World, a website that encourages this approach from an early age (see also our previous features under “Reviews“).  

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SimSafety: “Flight Simulator” for Internet Safety

Thursday, June 17, 2010

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This is the second of our feature blogs with regard to encouragement of “full, safe use of digital media in schools’ regular instruction and professional development in their use as a high priority for educators nationwide” (Youth Safety on a Living Internet, p. 7).  As you know, we believe in a “team approach” and in [...]

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FutureLab: Transforming the Learning Landscape

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

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Following on from our blog on Youth Safety on a Living Internet: Report of the Online Safety and Technology Working Group, which recommends (among other things) the encouragement of “full, safe use of digital media in schools’ regular instruction and professional development in their use as a high priority for educators nationwide” (p. 7), we [...]

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Congress-created committee issues online safety report: “Youth Safety On a Living Internet”

Friday, June 4, 2010

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June 4, 2010: HOT OFF THE PRESS: Committee created by congressional mandate issues significant federal report on

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