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Elementary

Internet Safety for Kids K-3

Internet Safety for Kids K-3

  • Internet safety for kids is a topic getting much attention because children are being exposed to the Internet at a younger and younger age. IUP Communications Media professor Erick Lauber and his student production team at IUP's Digital Media Institute recently produced this video on Internet safety for kids for the Indiana Area School District. It is currently used as part of the in-school training for students in kindergarten through third grade.
  • Length:7:50

My Online Neighborhood

My Online Neighborhood

  • This animated video is a part of Common Sense Media's comprehensive Digital Literacy and Citizenship curriculum. It introduces key concepts for students in grades K-3 and offers 3 important rules for being safe online.
  • Length: 3:31

Rules of the Road

Online Rules of the Road for Kids

  • Here are a few rules of the road that will help kids make smart decisions online.
  • Length: 3:22

Internet Safety

Internet Safety

  • You never know who you're talking to.
  • Length: 4:47

Jigsaw

Jigsaw

  • Enables children to understand that they need to be just as protective of their personal information online, as they are in the real world.
  • Length: 8:34

Lee and Kim

Lee and Kim

  • Be careful not to give out personal information online!
  • Length: 8:36

digital footprint

Privacy- The Digital Footprint

  • In this video, students learn that they have a digital footprint and that they need to think critically about what information they put online.
  • Length: 1:58

Talent Show

Talent Show   

  • PSA on cyber bullying.
  • Length: :31

Secondary

Copyright School

YouTube Copyright School

  • Russell learns some valuable lessons about copyright.
  • Length:4:39

Cyber Teens

Cyber Teens Take On Cyber Bullying

  • This an award-winning video from the 6th Annual Student Film & Video festival. This year's theme was "Stand against cyber-intimidation."
  • Length:13:13

Cyber-Bullying

Cyber-Bullying

  • This an award-winning video from the 6th Annual Student Film & Video festival. Recent events involving student-against-student intimidation have led to widespread awareness on campuses about the need for pre-emptive educational campaigns opposing the menace of online bullying.
  • Length:1:08

Exposed

Exposed

  • This 10 minute drama has been designed for 14 to 18 year olds. 'Exposed' deals with the subjects of sexting and cyberbullying.
  • Length: 10:35

Cyberbullying

Illuminate Cyberbullying

  • PSA to raise awareness about preventing cyberbullying.
  • Length: 0:31

Kitchen

Kitchen

  • PSA on cyber bullying.
  • Length: :31

Don't Be A Billy

Don't Be A Billy

  • What NOT to do online.
  • Length: 2:55
Bulletin board

Bulletin Board- Online Safety Commercial

  • Think before you post. Online posts last forever.
  • Length: 1:01

Everyone Knows Your Name

Everyone Knows Your Name- Online Safety Commercial

  • The goal of this PSA is to make teens aware of the potential dangers of sharing and posting personal information online and of communicating with unfamiliar people to help reduce their risk of victimization and abduction. Think Before You Post.
  • Length: 0:59

stop think connect

STOP. THINK. CONNECT. Tips for On the Go

  • Learn how to protect yourself online while on the go. 
  • Length: 0:30

Beware What You Share

Beware What You Share 1

  • What if you had to wear everything you posted online on a t-shirt? AWKWARD! If you wouldn't wear it, don't share it.
  • Length: 0:25

Beware What You Share

Beware What You Share 2

  • What if you had to wear everything you posted online on a t-shirt? AWKWARD! If you wouldn't wear it, don't share it.
  • Length: 0:25

privacy

Do you really have a private life online? (social network privacy loss due to friends)

  • In social networks your online privacy is affected by others, and the privacy of others also depends on you.
  • Length: 2:58

Choose What Happens Next

Choose What Happens Next

  • Somebody just asked you to send them a pic. It's up to you to choose what happens next. What do you do?
  • Length: 2:24

Parents and Educators

Common Sense

 A Common Sense Approach to Internet Safety

  • Google and Common Sense Media have teamed up to create this video of common sense tips and rules for families to help keep their children safe online.
  • Length:7:28