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Curriculum

Page history last edited by Claude 6 years, 9 months ago

 

 

 

All K-12 students must have two lessons facilitated for them using the approved curriculum.

 It is up to the campus principal to decide who exactly will facilitate the lessons, whether it will be a classroom teacher, librarian, CIC, assistant principal, administrative assistant, or a combination of these professionals.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CyberSmart! is a free web-based curriculum that has up to 80 cyber safety lesson plans and student activity sheets. Lesson plans utilized by CyberSmart correlate with the National Educational Technology Standards(NETS-T) as well as the state and district standards. CyberSmart curriculum focuses on fostering 21st century skills for students and are considered experts in cyber safety by various supporters and partners. CyberSmart is divided into five units in which they teach multiple facets of appropriate Internet use.

 

The five units are:

 

S afety & Security

M anners & Ethics

A dvertising Awareness

R esearch

T echnology

 

 

 CyberSmart Classroom Lessons

 

Topic PreK/Headstart K-5** 6-12**

Appropriate Online Behavior

(to include appropriate email use) 

Know the Rules!

Rings of Responsibility

My Online Code

Cyberbullying Awareness What is a Cyber Bully?  The Power of Words

Cyberbullying: Crossing the Line

 

*All lessons provided are 30 - 45 mins. in length (times may vary depending on class discussions)*

**All lessons can be modified for every grade level. To request additional assistance, contact Claude Ascolese (cascolese@saisd.net; 527-1400)

 

Student Email Guidelines

 

Students are expected to:

 

  • Use appropriate language when sending email messages to other students as well as staff members such as teachers, coaches or the principal
  • Be cautious when opening messages from unrecognized senders which could result in a virus or unwanted spam
  • Tell their teacher or other school staff members when any message they receive is inappropriate or makes them feel uncomfortable
  • Foster a positive online environment by not engaging in cyberbullying practices
  • Use their own identity when sending messages and not the identity of others
  • Handle email passwords with care by not sharing it with others
  • Follow the SAISD Acceptable Use Policy Guidelines
  • Understand any and all email messages sent and/or received through the District email system are public and monitored by District personnel
  • Be aware of the consequences of engaging in inappropriate online behavior to include- cyber bullying or harassment

 

 CyberSmart Email Lessons

(Optional)

 

Unit Topic **K-5 **6-12
Communication Email Use

The Power of Writing

Handling E-Mail and IM

Safe Talking in CyberSpace

Good E-Mail Manners

Smart, Safe and Secure Online

Strong Passwords

Safeguarding your stuff, my stuff, and our stuff

Managing Passwords

 

*All lessons provided are 30 - 45 mins. in length (times may vary depending on class discussions)*

**Kindergarten lessons can be adapted for PreK students. To request additional assistance, contact Claude Ascolese (cascolese@saisd.net; 527-1400)

 

 

 

 

CyberSmart Enrichment Lessons

 

Unit Topic **PreK-5 6-12
Safety & Security Private Information

Go Places Safely

What's Private?

Private and Personal Information

Privacy-What's the Big Deal

Manners & Ethics

Cyberbullying/Cyber Citizenship

Netiquette

Ethics and Property

Acceptable Use Policy

Whose Property is This?

Cyberbullying: Who, Me? Why Should I Care?

Connected 24/7

Advertising Awareness

Online Privacy

Recognizing Commerical Intentions

Privacy Rules!

Find the Ad

Your Online Image

Sticky Sites

Research

The Nuts and Bolts of Searching

What about the Library?

A-B-C Searching

Using Keywords

The Library

Ask a Librarian

What's at the Library?

Smart Keyword Searching

Making Search Decisions

How to Cite a Site

Technology

Communication

Cyberspace

Internet

Spread the News!

What's the Big Idea?

Great Communicators

CyberSpace at School

What is a Network?

Cyberspace World

Information Highways

Debating the Future

*All lessons provided are 30 - 45 mins. in length (times may vary depending on class discussions)*

**Kindergarten lessons can be adapted for PreK students. To request additional assistance, contact Claude Ascolese (cascolese@saisd.net; 527-1400)

 

 

CyberSmart Curriculum Guide

 

Other CyberSmart Lessons

 

Cyber Bullying Video

Created by Bill Davis and Students at Rhodes MS 

 

 

 

Interactive Cyber Safety Games and Videos for Grades PreK-5*

 

 

Games

Videos**

Internet Safety 

Be Safe Online

Password Rap:

An Internet Privacy Game

Practice Safety Online and Offline
Don't Open that File! The Boy Who Loved IM
NetSmartz Online Comic Book Know the Rules!
Inbox Defender  

*All games and videos were obtained with written permission from NetSmartz

**All videos need Windows Media Player in order to fully view and PreK students can view all videos, but might need assistance with games

 

 

 

Interactive Cyber Safety Games and Videos for Grades 6-12*

 

 

  Games

                 

Videos**

     Email Quiz        Feathers: A lesson in gossip
Blockbuster Is your post really private?
Winning Post
Terrible Text: Cyberbullying
Spam Blocker
Attitude Override
Memory How much is too much? Comic

*All games and videos were obtained with written permission from NetSmartz

**All videos need Windows Media Player in order to fully view

 

 

 

 

Other games, activities and videos can be found at: BrainPop or NetSmartz

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

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