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Safety ber that when a child is online, his or her safety may also be on the line. Just as you have taught your child basic safety rules for the physical world, you should also teach your child basic safety rules for the virtual world. The following basic safety rules pertain to all types of Internet applications. Please review the rest of this pamphlet
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Internet Internet Safety SAFETY TIPS FOR PARENTS AND TEENS “If you wouldn't be comfortable hanging something on a bill-board outside your house so your family, friends, teachers, and neighbors can see it, don't post it online.” Internet safety Brochure Author: sstamper
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Internet Internet Safety brochure Author: SPPD - Community Awareness Created Date: 6/15/2021 12:21:40 PM
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District INTERNET SAFETY JANET DiFIORE Westchester County District Attorney 111 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. White Plains, New York 10601 A Message From District Attorney Janet DiFiore Our children are growing up as familiar with computers and the Internet as …
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Parents Download and share our free online safety leaflets and resources to help parents support children as they navigate the online world. Children use the internet in different ways depending on their age and so we’ve developed checklists for parents …
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Internet Internet Safety Brochure. Feel free to print out our brochure for distribution in your school or organization. Brochure page samples are below. The printable brochure contains statistics on Internet use, warnings, contact information for free brochures and on Online Agreement for parents and kids to sign. It is in pdf format and can be printed
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Internet internet safety brochure rev.ppt Author: Steve Mancini Created Date: 8/8/2007 5:12:13 PM
Brochure Internet Safety Safe and Secure in an Electronic World Informative brochure on protecting your credit card information A Family Guide to Using the Internet Informative brochure for families about using the internet safely Cybersafety for Kids Online: A Parents' Guide A reproducible brochure for parents on keeping kids safe online
It’s The internet creates new trends. It’s a virtual world that is designed for people to communicate and keep in touch through messages, pictures, and videos. As fun as this is, it’s important to also know the dangers it can create for kids. Popular apps and games make it easy for kids to overshare personal information and
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Internet Internet safety operated by a partnership of Internet industry corporations and public interest organizations. CRIME PREVENTION TIPS. from the Winston-Salem Police Department. Be aware of what your kids see and hear on the Internet. Produced by the
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Internet Internet use, messaging, and social networking in order to keep them safe. For Parents of Teenagers-17) 1. Teens have more Internet access through cell phones, mobile devices, or friend’s computers, as well as more time to themselves. Consequently, it is not realistic to always be in the same room as your teens whey they are online.
Brochure Internet Safety Pledge. Did you know… (a section with facts) Web acronyms. Cyberbullying. Online Predators. Cell Phones. Gaming. You will be graded on the content you choose to present and also how visually pleasing and effective your brochure is. Step One - is to collect information and sketch out what your brochure will look like.
Internet Internet Safety & Awareness Brochure. Introduction. The Internet can be a wonderful resource for researching information, communicating with friends, shopping for hard to find items, andfor simple entertainment. It can also be a dangerous world for children and adults, who are not prepared for the dangers that await.
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Teach 1. Teach kids how to navigate the internet: Talk about proper online etiquette, how to enter safe search terms, how to identify a secure website (https), and when to ask an adult for help. 2. Let kids know what to watch for: Teach them that bad stuff can come from many sources, including email and direct messages.
Phone Internet Safety for Children & Teens Tips on Cell Phone Use children’s cell phone. 2. Be specific about cell phone use and set up specific rules about how and when the phone will be used. Set a limit on how much time children can use each month and how many text messages they can
Internet Internet Safety Brochure I designed this Internet Safety Brochure for parents and students.
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Online Internet safety brochure. 1. No information is truly private in the SOCIAL NETWORKING Internet online world. An online “friend” can forward any Safety In the online world, social networking sites have information posted on your child’s site in become a predominant forum for kids to present a moment. themselves, seek approval, and describe
Description: This program is designed to help students who are using the Internet to identify and avoid situations that could threaten their safety. 1. Identify five types of personal information 2. Identify types of online “Stranger Danger”
While these internet safety tips for kids and parents can be applicable to anyone, we’ve selected steps to help protect children from ages 5 through 12. Whether you and your kiddos are internet pros or getting online for the first time due to stay-at-home orders, we’ve got the tips you need to navigate this strange new world safely.
SafeKids: (link is external) Larry Magid's site is one of the oldest and most enduring sites for Internet safety. Wired Safety: (link is external) This site provides one-to-one help, extensive information, and education to cyberspace users of all ages.
Keep in mind some of the key ways to stay safe online: Download an antivirus program. Install a good antivirus on your computer and mobile device to protect yourself from malicious threats online. Norton and McAfee are great options. Don’t click on pop-ups or suspicious looking links.