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Saying Goodbye to Technology https://www.commonsense.org/education/videos/saying-goodbye-to-technology États-Unis Primaire utilisation responsable du numérique Common Sense Education Students learn to pause, breathe, and finish up whenever they have to say goodbye to technology!
My Online Neighborhood https://www.commonsense.org/education/videos/my-online-neighborhood États-Unis Primaire cybersécurité Common Sense Education The power of the internet allows students to experience and visit places they might not be able to see in person. But, just like traveling in the real world, it's important for kids to be safe when traveling online. In this video, students learn three rules for keeping their experiences safe and fun.
Rings of Responsibility https://www.commonsense.org/education/videos/rings-of-responsibility États-Unis Primaire utilisation responsable du numérique Common Sense Education In the online world, we might think about how what we do affects ourselves. But what about others? In this lesson, students learn about a framework -- the rings of responsibility -- to understand how to balance their responsibilities as digital citizens. The key is in understanding how the ripple effect of our actions affects both ourselves and others.
Private and Personal Information https://www.commonsense.org/education/videos/private-and-personal-information États-Unis Secondaire protection des renseignements personnels Common Sense Education It's in our nature to share and connect with others. But for kids, sharing information online can come with risks. So, how do we teach our students to build strong, positive, and safe relationships online? Help your kids learn the difference between what's personal and what's best left private.
My Media Balance https://www.commonsense.org/education/videos/my-media-balance États-Unis Primaire et Secondaire utilisation responsable du numérique Common Sense Education Every day, we make choices about the media we consume and create. But do our students actually understand what makes their media choices healthy or not? Here's a hint: It's about a lot more than just screen time. Use this video to give your students a framework for making informed media choices and to help them find media balance in their lives.
What's Cyberbullying? https://www.commonsense.org/education/videos/whats-cyberbullying États-Unis Primaire et Secondaire cyberintimidation Common Sense Education It's an unfortunate truth of the internet: Some online spaces can be full of negative, rude, or downright mean behavior. But what kinds of behaviors qualify as cyberbullying? Help your students learn what is -- and what isn't -- cyberbullying, and give them important tools they'll need to combat the problem.
Reading News Online https://www.commonsense.org/education/videos/reading-news-online États-Unis Secondaire crédibilité des sites Web - Kids find online news in lots of different ways. But studies show they're not very good at interpreting what they see. How can we help them get better? One way to start is by teaching your students about how online news articles are structured.
Teen Voices: Friendships and Social Media https://www.commonsense.org/education/videos/teen-voices-friendships-and-social-media États-Unis Secondaire éducation aux réseaux sociaux - Many middle schoolers use social media to connect with friends, share pictures, and stay up to date. But, most aren't ready to handle the distractions that come with social media, or the pressures they feel to share constantly and always be connected. In this video, your students can hear what other teens have to say about these issues, and think critically about how social media affects their own relationships.
Nine Elements to Digital Citizenship https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYe11RNGtZU États-Unis Primaire communication, empreinte numérique, cyberintimidation, bien-être, compétences informationnelles, cybersécurité, droit d'auteur, publicité numérique et achats en ligne - Video that presents 9 elements to digital Citizenship
My Child is a Cyberbully, What Do I Do? https://www.webroot.com/us/en/resources/tips-articles/my-child-is-a-cyberbully-what-do-i-do États-Unis Parents cyberintimidation Webroot Here is a list of steps to consider when helping your child change their behavior.
Cybersimple.be https://www.cybersimple.be/fr États-Unis Primaire cybersécurité et utilisation responsable du numérique Google, Test-Achats L’initiative cybersimple.be est le fruit d’une étroite collaboration entre Google et Test Achats. Elle vise à promouvoir un Internet plus sûr et à sensibiliser les consommateurs à mieux se protéger face aux risques possibles sur le Web.
Aide : Dangers de l'internet https://fr.vikidia.org/wiki/Aide:Dangers_de_l%27internet États-Unis 2019 Primaire cybersécurité et utilisation responsable du numérique Vikidia Cette page explique aux enfants quoi faire s'ils repèrent un danger sur Internet.
Safekids.com http://www.safekids.com/ États-Unis Parents cybersécurité Safekids.com Site pour la famille qui informe sur les façons de naviguer en sécurité sur Internet.
Two Kinds of Stupid https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T6ulH2bWCnY États-Unis Secondaire empreinte numérique et cyberintimidation NSTeens Video: Eduardo learns that posting inappropriate pictures online is two kinds of stupid.
Split Decisions https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HLUv8DHt_R4 États-Unis Secondaire cyberharcèlement NSTeens Video: Lily and Gabriela aren’t getting along, on- or offline. Will their decisions lead to common ground or digital drama?
Internet Safety https://privacy.thewaltdisneycompany.com/en/internet-safety/ États-Unis Parents cyberintimidation, protection des renseignements personnels et utilisation responsable du numérique The Walt Disney Company Advice for parents to help their children have safe experiences online.
Technological Literacy - Digital Citizenship https://www.pbslearningmedia.org/subjects/engineering--technology/technological-literacy/digital-citizenship/ États-Unis Enseignants, Secondaire, Collégial et Universitaire cyberintimidation, cybersécurité et éducation aux réseaux sociaux PBS LearningMedia Useful resources to help students stay safe online.
Cybersecurity Lab https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/labs/lab/cyber/ États-Unis Secondaire, Parents, Collégial et Universitaire cybersécurité NOVA Labs NOVA has teamed up with cybersecurity experts to create the Cybersecurity Lab, a game in which players will discover how they can keep their digital lives safe and develop an understanding of cyber threats and defenses. Players will advance by using computer coding, logical reasoning, critical thinking, and vulnerability detection to solve various problems. These are the same skills employed regularly by cybersecurity professionals. However, players won’t need any prior cybersecurity or coding expertise to succeed.
Enhancing Child Safety and Online Technologies https://cyber.harvard.edu/pubrelease/isttf/ États-Unis Enseignants et Parents cybersécurité - Final Report of the Internet Safety Technical Task Force to the Multi-State Working Group on Social Networking of State Attorneys General of the United States.
Funmoods' Online Safety Kit - Little Red Riding Mood https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGr_KFiCX4s États-Unis Primaire éducation aux réseaux sociaux Funmoods Watch Little Red Riding Mood to learn about safe Facebook surfing.
L’école doit-elle former à l’utilisation des réseaux sociaux ? https://www.researchgate.net/publication/294260982_L'ecole_doit-elle_former_a_l'utilisation_des_reseaux_sociaux États-Unis Enseignants éducation aux réseaux sociaux - À l’heure où les pays africains entrent dans la dynamique de la révolution numérique, ils doivent faire face aux effets positifs et néfastes qu’offrent les réseaux sociaux. Et où connaître et apprendre à utiliser les potentialités qu’offrent les médias sociaux si ce n’est à l’école, lieu par excellence de tout apprentissage. L’objectif du présent article est de jeter les bases d’une réflexion sur l’enseignement des médias sociaux dans les écoles africaines en général et togolaises en particulier. Pour ce faire, nous allons dans un premier temps faire la revue des réseaux sociaux les plus utilisés dans notre pays, puis, à quelles fins les jeunes les utilisent et en quoi l’école peut apporter sa touche dans une perspective d’éducation à la communication avec ces médias sociaux.