Online Safety Home/School Resources
As more and more students access the Internet from school, school leaders are being asked to play a larger role in assuring that children have a positive experience when they go online and that they are viewing appropriate online learning resources. Passage of the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) in December 2000 imposed new requirements on schools that accepted certain kinds of federal education technology money. This law required schools to solicit public input on an Internet safety policy that addressed specific issues of concern, including protecting children from accessing certain kinds of content.
However, even if schools have already complied with CIPA or are not subject to it, they need to continue to be proactive in communicating with parents and other community members about the strategies that they are pursuing to promote online safety.
National Cyber Security Alliance video on online etiquette : " Don't be a Billy"
iKeep Safe developed a tool to help with recommendations for Digital Citizenship Standards, by concept and grade level. Concepts are differentiated by media literacy, online behavior, safety, and security. Digital Citizenship Standards and Glossary
The American School Counselor Association (ASCA) partnered with iKeepSafe to provide Project PRO resources to help students nationwide understand the importance of security and online reputation.
This site provides curriculum and videos for school/parent use. http://knowwheretheygo.org/asca