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2013-14 USD259 Internet Safety Curriculum -Links to Lessons-Rev.8.23.13

2013-14 USD259 Internet Safety Curriculum -Links to Lessons-Rev.8.23.13

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Now that it is federally mandated, what is your district doing to address an internet safety curriculum? Sheri Roberts will discuss the Wichita Public Schools’ K-12 required curriculum using a combination of NetSmartz and CommonSense Media resources. Examples from various districts will also be shared.

Presented at the 2013 Kansas Library Conference by Sheri Roberts
Now that it is federally mandated, what is your district doing to address an internet safety curriculum? Sheri Roberts will discuss the Wichita Public Schools’ K-12 required curriculum using a combination of NetSmartz and CommonSense Media resources. Examples from various districts will also be shared.

Presented at the 2013 Kansas Library Conference by Sheri Roberts

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USD259 Internet Safety Curriculum2013-2014
Kindergarten
CommonSense Media
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 Going Places Safely Lesson (Safety & Privacy) NetSmartz
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 Know the Rules Video (Real World Safety) NetSmartz
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Know the Rules
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Know the Rules
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First Grade
NetSmartz
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 Beat the Tricks Video (Real World Safety) NetSmartz - Beat the Tricks Lesson (3 lesson choices-see below)NetSmartz
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 Way 2 Go Video and lesson (Real World Safety) CommonSense Media
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 Sending Email Lesson (Appropriate Online Behavior)
Students watch the “Beat the Tricks!” music video. They discuss ways people try to trick
kids into dangeroussituations. They play a memory game to review the eight tricks they have learned.Beat the Tricks 2
Students watch the “Beat the Tricks!” video and discuss the ways people may try to trick kids into dangerous
situations. They play a game to review the tricks and discover solutions to avoid these tricks.Beat the Tricks 3
Students watch and discuss the “Beat the Tricks!” music video to review ways people may try to trick kids into
dangerous situations. They play a short game to check their understanding. Students then use their technologyskills to make pictures representing each of the eight tricks.
Second Grade
CommonSense Media
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 Show Respect Online (Cyberbullying) NetSmartz
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A Lesson in Computer Viruses Video (Spyware/Spam/Scams)NetSmartz
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 UYN: NetSmartz Chat Abbreviation Video (Basic Internet Safety) NetSmartz
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UYN: Chat Abbreviation Lesson (2 lesson choices
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see below)NetSmartz
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 Way 2 Go Video and lesson (Real World Safety)
UYN: The NetSmartz Chat AbbreviationStudents discuss what abbreviations are. They watch "UYN: The NetSmartz Chat Abbreviation" and discuss theabbreviation UYN. Next they clap while chanting "UYN" and then shout "UYN" in response to Internet scenarios.They complete a worksheet reminding them to "Use Your NetSmartz."UYN: The NetSmartz Chat Abbreviation 2Students watch "UYN: The NetSmartz Chat Abbreviation." They discuss what it means to "Use Your NetSmartz."They play a game where they figure out how to use their NetSmartz in various situations.
 
Third Grade
 
CommonSense Media
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 Talking Safely Online (Safety & Privacy) NetSmartz
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 Password Rap Video (Basic Internet Safety) NetSmartz
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Password Rap Lesson (2 lesson choices listed below)NetSmartz
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UYN: The Password RapStudents discuss how passwords are like keys and why it is important to have a password that isn't easy to guess.UYN: The Password Rap 2Students discuss the concept of non-identifying information and basic ideas for what makes up a good password.
Fourth Grade
 
CommonSense Media
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 The Power of Words (Cyberbullying) NetSmartz
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A Lesson In Digital Ethics Video (Digital Ethics)NetSmartz
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 Mike-Tosis (Basic Internet Safety) NetSmartz
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Fifth Grade
NetSmartz
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 (Appropriate Online Behavior)CommonSense Media
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 Whose Is It, Anyway? (Digital Ethics)
Additional Resources K-5:
 
Faux Paw the Websurfing Techno Cat series has been created by a team of leading child psychologists,educators, and law enforcement. This engaging curriculum
complete with books, animated DVDs,and lesson plans
will captivate the attention of your students and teach them how to appropriatelyconduct themselves online and in the digital space. Take advantage of these proven and valuableassets in your classroom today.
Faux Paw’s Dangerous Download
 
Music piracy causes severe economic losses every year around the world. Yet, many studentsfrequently participate (sometimes unintentionally) in illegal downloading. This Faux Paw adventureteaches students about the consequences and ethical problems inherent in peer
to-peer downloadingand encourages them to download only from reputable, legal Web sites.
Faux Paw Goes to the Games:Balancing Real Life with Screen Time
Spending excessive time with media robs students of real world experiences and may result in lower
grades. Students will learn from Faux Paw’s experience just how detrimental it can be when online
games interfere with real
‐life goals, and will better understand why it’s important to stay balanced.
 
 
Faux Paw Meets the First Lady: How to Handle Cyberbullying
Recent research reports that at least 15-35% of students have been victims of cyberbullying, while 10-20% admit to engaging in it. This Faux Paw story, featuring former First Lady Laura Bush, teachesstudents to become responsible upstanders who prevent others from being abused online, and whatto do if they themselves are victimized.NetSmartz: www.netsmartz.org/Educators 
Router’s Birthday Surprise Presentation (Download from this site:
It’s OK to Tell Video & Lesson 
th
grade)http://www.netsmartz.org/NSTeens/FriendOrFake (Activity cards and discussion guides included)EbooksDelivery for Webster
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Pop-ups/Sharing personal information online
The Princess’s Password –
Learn about creating securing passwordsGames:http://www.netsmartzkids.org/AdventureGames CommonSense Media Website: http://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/curriculum  Digital Literacy and Citizenship Classroom Curriculum by grade. You can browse by grade level K-12and topic. Topics include:Cell phones and digital communicationCyberbullying and online relationshipsDigital creation, plagiarism & piracyFamily media managementGaming and online worldsInternet Safety
Media’s influence on kids
 Online privacy and securityOnline research & learningSocial networking & communityViolence in mediaOr http://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/scope-and-sequence  Gives you a scope and sequence for K-3/4-5 for Safety & Security/Digital Citizenship/Research andInformation Literacy

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