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How Every Day Can Be “Safer Internet Day”

Officially, Safer Internet Day was Tuesday, February 9th, recognized in more than 100 countries around the world.  But, in the U.S., the official Safer Internet Day celebration was online and asynchronous, which means all of the resources, videos and activities remain available. This year’s global theme is “Together for a Better Internet,” but ConnectSafely took […]

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Safer Internet Day 2020 Rewind

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Watch the Safer Internet Day 2019 rewind

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ConnectSafely.org Brings Together Tech Industry Leaders & Teens For A Discussion On Internet Safety

PALO ALTO, Calif., Feb. 3, 2015 –┬áTo mark Safer Internet Day on Tuesday, February 10, ConnectSafely.org will host the official U.S. event, “Safer Internet Day 2015: Actions & Activism Toward a Better Net & World.” The event will bring together technology industry leaders and hundreds of California middle school and high students, parents, teachers and […]

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Safer Internet Day lesson plans

This lesson is intended for use in elementary and middle schools and can be adapted for students ages 7 – 12. Lesson plan – elementary and middle schools

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One Good Thing: Students at Elisabeth Morrow School – N.J.

A machinima (video taken in a virtual world, in this case Minecraft) of 6th and 7th graders sharing their One Good Thing as their avatars

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One Good Thing: Gary McDaniel – W.V.

West Virginia University Social Work instructor Gary McDaniel isn’t going to let a little (well, actually a lot of) weather stand in the way of learning.

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One Good Thing: Harpreet – Calif.

Commenting on compliment accounts on Ask.FM

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One Good Thing: Forrest – Calif.

Uses texting and Facebook to communicate with grandmother who has trouble hearing

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One Good Thing: Langley and Alexis – Calif.

Started a complement page on their schools’ Facebook account that helps create a sense of beloning