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Principes fondamentaux de la littératie numérique et de l'éducation aux médias https://habilomedias.ca/litt%C3%A9ratie-num%C3%A9rique-et-%C3%A9ducation-aux-m%C3%A9dias/informations-g%C3%A9n%C3%A9rales/principes-fondamentaux-de-la-litt%C3%A9ratie-num%C3%A9rique-et-de-l%C3%A9ducation-aux-m%C3%A9dias 205, rue Catherine, Bureau 100 Ottawa, ON Canada K2P 1C13 Parents nétiquette HabiloMédias Ce site informe les parents des principes fondamentaux liés à la littératie numérique et l'éducation aux médias.
Webetic - Le cyber-harcèlement https://www.webetic.be/harcelement/ Bélgique Parents cyberharcèlement Webetic Page web sur le cyberharcèlement - Conseils pour les parents.
Cyberdépendance https://www.teljeunes.com/Tel-jeunes/Tous-les-themes/Technos/Cyberdependance C.P. 186 Succursale Place d'Armes Montréal (Québec) H2Y 3G7 Secondaire cyberdépendance Tel-Jeunes La cyberdépendance expliquée aux jeunes.
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.
Comprendre et utiliser Internet https://crdp.ac-amiens.fr/cui/ France Secondaire cybersécurité, éducation aux réseaux sociaux, jeux en ligne et utilisation responsable du numérique Canopé Académie d'Amiens Canopé Académie d'Amiens met en ligne un espace destiné aux jeunes, aux parents et aux enseignants pour apprendre à utiliser Internet et les outils numériques de manière raisonnée, en toute sécurité.
How cyber-savvy are you? Cyber security quiz https://mediasmarts.ca/game/how-cyber-savvy-are-you-cyber-security-quiz Canada Secondaire cybersécurité MediaSmarts Developed in partnership with CIRA, this interactive quiz is designed to increase students’ knowledge of the cyber security risks they face every day.
ÊTRE PARENT VERSION NUMÉRIQUE https://www.csjonquiere.qc.ca/donnees/media/20/fichiers/webguideparent150_150512.pdf Saguenay—Lac-Saint-Jean Parents utilisation responsable du numérique Centre intégré universitaire de santé et services sociaux CIUSSS du Saguenay—Lac-Saint-Jean À l’ère où les technologies se développent à grands pas et à un rythme essoufflant, nous croyons pertinent de nous attarder aux façons positives d’intégrer ces médiums à notre quotidien familial. Il est important de trouver la façon d’accompagner nos adolescents dans ce domaine où il n’est pas rare de voir l’élève dépasser le maître. Maintenant, penchons-nous sur votre réalité comme parent, version numérique.
The Family Online Safety Institute https://www.fosi.org/ FOSI Offices FOSI US 1440 G Street NW Washington, DC 20005 United States of America FOSI UK 69 Old Broad Street 7th Floor Dashwood House London EC2M 1QS Parents empreinte numérique, cyberintimidation, cybersécurité, éducation aux réseaux sociaux et utilisation responsable du numérique The Family Online Safety Institute The Family Online Safety Institute is an international, non-profit organization which works to make the online world safer for kids and their families.
RAISING DIGITALLY RESPONSIBLE YOUTH A Parent’s Guide https://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/erase/documents/raising-digitally-responsible-youth.pdf Colombie-Britannique Parents éducation aux réseaux sociaux et inclusion sociale par le numérique - With society heading in a direction of being constantly connected to technology, what do we need to know as parents to protect our children and teach them responsible and appropriate uses of technology? The parameters of rules and expectations that you put in place at home will undoubtedly guide their behaviour in the years to come.
Parents, parlons-en! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtyDYFYf0loq7fXLS6D4DFw France Parents cyberharcèlement Internet sans crainte Une série de 5 vidéos pour aider les parents à aborder les problématiques du harcèlement et du cyberharcèlement avec leurs enfants.
Help prevent cyberbullying https://www.publicsafety.gc.ca/cnt/ntnl-scrt/cbr-scrt/cbrbllng/tns/prvnt-cbrbllng-en.aspx Canada Secondaire cyberintimidation Gouvernement du Canada You have the power to keep yourself safe online, and to help stop cyberbullying when it happens to others.
Cyberbullying, Consequences for the victims https://www.teljeunes.com/Tel-jeunes-en/All-topics/Tech/Cyberbullying-Legal-or-illegal Canada Secondaire cyberintimidation Tel-Jeunes Cyberbullying is serious! It causes a lot of harm for the young victims and it’s also risky for the young bullies. It is always unacceptable and some actions are even punishable by law.
Being a Good Digital Citizen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ju9aOc2MLyo États-Unis Primaire nétiquette GCFLearnFree.org In this video, you’ll learn more about what you can do to be a good digital citizen.
We the Digital Citizens https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-N7lRYMmbXU États-Unis Primaire nétiquette Common Sense Education Video that explains how to be a good digital citizen
Fais Gaffe http://www.fais-gaffe.fr/ France Primaire cybersécurité et utilisation responsable du numérique STUIDIO VITAMINE Fais-gaffe.fr est un projet interne de la société STUDIO VITAMINE.
DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP Guide for Parents https://www.getcybersafe.gc.ca/cnt/rsrcs/cmpgns/cmpgn-06/_fls/gd-prnts-en.pdf Canada Parents cyberintimidation, cybersécurité et cyberharcèlement Gouvernement du Canada Being a parent has never been easy, but it can be even more challenging once your kids are using the internet. Even if you’re not up on the latest technologies and platforms, though, you have an important role — maybe the most important — in your kids’ online lives. This guide will prepare you for the conversations you need to have with kids when they first start using digital devices, as they grow and their online activities change, and when things go wrong.
Webetic - Réseaux sociaux https://www.webetic.be/social/ Bélgique Parents éducation aux réseaux sociaux Webetic Page web sur les réseaux sociaux - Conseils pour les parents.
Social Media Literacy for Change – helping teachers develop their student's social media literacy skills strategically! http://www.eun.org/news/detail?articleId=4231032 Bruxelles Enseignants cybersécurité et utilisation responsable du numérique European Schoolnet The Social Media Literacy for Change (sml4change) project, co-funded by the European Commission's Media Literacy for All pilot project, aimed to support European school leaders and teachers to foster social media literacy (SML) in both their school and local community, thus reaching out to citizens at large.
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.