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NetSmartz - Cyber safety curriculum from the National Center of Missing and Exploited Children
CyberSmart -Cyber safety curriculum as a part of the Common Sense Media Education programs
StaySafeOnline - Cyber safety lessons and teaching materials from the National Cyber Security Alliance
iLearn Online - The leader in e-Safety education; this requires you to create an account; education for teachers, parents, mentors, adults, & law enforcement.
iKeepSafe.org for Educators - Teaching tools to keep safe online
Digizen - Teach students to be good digital citizens; a multitude of links
KidSMART - Cyber safety lessons from Childnet International
WiredSafety - Teaching materials for educators and librarians from WiredSafety, the world's largest online safety and help group
Internet Safety LiveBinder - Created by SimpleK12, this livebinder is filled with resources for students, teachers, and parents
Tools for Educators & Parents to Teach Students about Downloading Music and Music Piracy - Provided by the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America)
Point Smart. Click Safe. - Click on videos at the bottom of the page.
Keeping Safe - A child protection safety program for ages 3-12 by the Government of South Australia Department of Education and Children's Services
Interesting Ways to Teach Cyber Safety in the Classroom - a presentation giving ideas about how to get the message across to our youth.
Online Workshops for Educators - Provided by CyberSmart.
7 Habits of Highly Successful Teens - A book by Stephen Covey that teaches students what they need to habituate to become the best that they can be.
Cyberbullying - What every teacher and parent should know about cyberbullying
teachers.tv - Videos and classroom resources on bullying
Cyber-Safety: Keeping Kids Safe in a Wired World - Created by Rob Nickel, provides resources to assist parents and educators in the fight to help keep children safe in a wired world.
Bullying.org - Lesson plans and resources
DigitalLiteracy - Lessons and videos; short, sweet, and to the point. Complete with instructor's plan and student handouts
GetNetWise - Online safety guide; check on the left hand side for more Safety by Age information, ages 2-17
Childnet International Projects - Twelve online projects to teach Internet Safety
Curriki for Bullying Prevention & Education - Create a safe place!

Elementary Level:

Internet Safety in the Elementary School - Created by Filamentality, AT&T and Net Safety Advocates, this site offers many links specifically designed with the elementary teacher and student in mind.
Internet Safety Videos & Lessons for K-5 - Developed by Hanover County Public Schools in Virginia, complete with parent's guide.
CyberSmart Young Kids- Created by ACMA (Australian Communications and Media Association) for young kids
Think You Know Teachers' Resources - Created for children ages 5-7 by the CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre)
Think You Know Teachers' Resources - Created for children ages 8-10 by the CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre)

Middle Level:

NS Tweens & Teens Teaching Materials - Video downloads to teach cybersafety lessons.
CyberSmart Detectives for Middle School - Online Game - Teacher must register class
Eisenhower School Internet Safety Project - Grade 6 - A project incorporating what students learned about cyber safety.
Internet Safety for Middle School and High School - Provided by the Criminal Justice Division of New York State; videos, presentations, and case stories
CyberSmart Kids- Created by ACMA (Australian Communications and Media Association) for kids
Point Smart. Click Safe. - Click on videos at the bottom of the page.
Think You Know Teachers' Resources - Created for children ages 11-16 by the CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre)

High School Level:

NS Tweens & Teens Teaching Materials - Video downloads to teach cybersafety lessons.
Internet Safety for Middle School and High School - Provided by the Criminal Justice Division of New York State; videos, presentations, and case stories
CyberSmart Teens- Created by ACMA (Australian Communications and Media Association) for teens
Point Smart. Click Safe. - Click on tutorials at the bottom of the page.
Think You Know Teachers' Resources - Created for children ages 11-16 by the CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre)

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Documents:

Student Driver's License for All Levels Lesson:

KidSMART Drama Games:


Contact Melanie Wiscount, Cyber Safety Curriculum Committee Chairperson (sub-committee of Emerging Technologies Committee of Palmyra Area School District, Palmyra, PA) at melanie_wiscount@pasd.us for information, questions or comments.