Online Digital Citizenship and Internet Safety Resources for Schools

Posted: July 2, 2008 in Digital Citizenship, Education, Educational Technology, Instructional Technology, Internet Safety, School, Technology, Technology Integration
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UPDATE! (6/9/2011)  The following link will take you to my new digital citizenship and internet safety resource site that provides resources divided by grade level (K-12):  Be Cyber Intelligent.

Digital citizenship and internet safety are important topics to address with students. There are several online resources for varying ages that have excellent information, activities, and support to address these issues.


X-BLOCK (iSafe kids zone)



KSU Digital Citizenship



Safe Surfin Foundation

The following are good for elementary age students:


McGruff Internet Safety


Disney Online Safety

Privacy Playground

AT&T Internet Safety Connections Game

Growing With Technology

Kidz Privacy

CyberSmart Activities

  1. TIP Internet says:

    What all parents need to protect their childs (or their own) online ID is something like a VPN connection. The TIP Tunnel VPN is a prime example, also giving safe email addresses.

    Great for online banking security. The users ISP cannot log their surfing so it is very secure.

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  3. amy says:

    please may i use this image for a school project at GCSE it will not be shown to anyone else but the examinor

  4. Never, never, never, never give up


  5. rmk104 says:

    Thanks for all the great resources. I work for a child abuse prevention program and we also teach internet safety. Your links are very helpful!

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