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Behavior Contract: Tweens and Teens
Behavior Contracts | Tweens & Teens | Kid Pointz www.kidpointz.com/behavior-tools/behavior-contracts/view/behavior-contract-tweens-teens.html
the text teach students about online safety with these excellent video videos from google - educato
Homepage - Educators Technology
Teach Students about Online Safety with These Excellent Video Tutorials from Google ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
a family contact form for electronic usage
Family Contract For Electronic Devices
Tired of fighting about screen time? Concerned about what your kids are doing online? Get on the same page with this FREE digital contract! https://www.netnanny.com/blog/family-contract-for-electronic-devices/?utm_source=pin&utm_campaign=201611_digitalcontract&utm_medium=ad&pid=25-1
a poster with some words on it and an image of a man holding a cell phone
Digital Citizenship Poster for Middle and High School Classrooms | Common Sense Education
Digital Citizenship Poster for Middle and High School Classrooms | Common Sense Media
an information sheet for technology use contact
Technology Use Contract
Internet safety for kids is a big concern for most parents. It’s important children understand about safety on the internet and what they can and cannot do. This agreement spells out everything from personal information sharing to cyber-bullying, sexting, and posting inappropriate content to social media websites.
There is a lot to learn about apps kids use. First, there are so many of them and second, our kids are so savvy about the apps they use, it's hard to keep up! This is a great place to start. it is a super detailed checklist of eight apps that kids are using today including what's good about them and what's bad or to watch out for with them. This is so important and I like having it all in one place! Computer Safety, School Age Activities, Parenting Inspiration, Parenting Strategies, Middle School Classroom, Health Lessons
Internet Safety Cheat Sheet: All The Things You'll Check When Your Kid Gets A Phone
There is a lot to learn about apps kids use. First, there are so many of them and second, our kids are so savvy about the apps they use, it's hard to keep up! This is a great place to start. it is a super detailed checklist of eight apps that kids are using today including what's good about them and what's bad or to watch out for with them. This is so important and I like having it all in one place!
an info sheet with different types of information on it, including social media and cyberbullying
Homepage - Educators Technology
Classroom Posters and Resources for Teaching Students about Digital Citizenship ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
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系統發生錯誤
How to keep your kids sage on a smartphone! A cheat sheet for parents.
a poster with the words play it smart online and other things to know about them
Overprotective Aunt
Keep your children safe online and teach them security measures that will help them avoid the dangers of social media and other potential threats on the internet. http://www.internetchildsafeguard.com/
the info sheet shows different types of information
preschoolears.com
Great infographic on how to keep elementary school kids tech-safe, including internet safety, online security and technology rules for families! Something all parents need to know!
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internetsafetycheatsheet.com
Internet Safety for Kids and Teens. This is a quick cheat sheet for non-techie parents who care about keeping their kids safer online. It takes about 30 - 45 minutes to make these simple changes! www.internetsafetycheatsheet.com #youtube #google #iphone good fhe lesson on safety start them young
the social media contact for kids checklist
Social Media Contract for Kids - iMOM
Social Media Contract for Kids | iMOM -- things to think about re: Kids and social networking sites