Saturday, August 29, 2015

Online Safety

This week I spent a majority of my time reviewing how our school district communicates about Digital Citizenship with our teachers and families. In my research I came across many sources that had tips for keeping kids safe online. The one source that kept ideas short and simple was Safety Net Kids from the UK. 

I used this as an opportunity to play with making my very first infographic. (Thanks Piktochart!) Here's what I came up with. 

Offering my BEST to you, 

How do you have conversations with the young people in your life about staying safe while using online sources? 
Is there anything that you would add to this Top 10 list? 

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