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CCCOE Internet Safety Training

Page history last edited by Ewalters 10 years, 2 months ago

Internet Safety:

 

Why this training?

  1.      Required by Legislation 
  2.      Covered in CCCOE's current Technology Plan
  3.      Covered in CCCOE's Board Policies, Regulations and Bylaws:

You should see a table about half way down the page titled: Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) Related Policies and Regulations

 

Within this table each policy and regulation and signature page is broken out separately. Users can read the content required from these links and then have the signature page printed out, signed and kept on file locally. Users can also print the whole policy and regulations if they want.

 

What does this mean for me?

     Administrators - help your teachers to be aware of what the policies and procedures are if students report a cyberbullying incident.  

          CCCOE Student Conduct Policy (5131) - cyberbullying information on pages C and D

          CommonSense Media Cyberbullying Guidelines for Administrators

          Cyberbullying Research Center: Incident Tracking form

          Nancy Williard's Cyberbullying or Cyberthreat Situation Review Process

          

     Teachers - help your students understand what internet safety is and how to prevent and report incidents of cyberbullying.

          Sample Common Sense Media Curriculum:

               Lesson: Screen Out the Mean (2-3)

               Lesson: The Power of Words (4-5)

               Lesson: Cyberbullying: Be Upstanding (6-8)

               Lesson: Turn Down the Dial on Cyberbullying and Online Cruelty (9-10)

               Lesson: Taking Perspectives on Cyberbullying (11-12)

 

Great Websites with Resources:

 


CIPA - Erate Resources for Teachers and Administrators

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