Staying Safe Online
The Internet is a wide open space ripe for exploration. It can be very useful, but it can also be very harmful if it is not approached with some caution. The following sites are intended to help discover the safest and smartest ways to use this valuable, but overwhelming, resource.
iKeepSafe: Google Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum for Educators
iKeepSafe has teamed up with Google to provide a curriculum that teaches students how to be good digital citizens. The curriculum provides a rich, interactive experience with hands-on and scenario activities.
iKeepSafe Kids: Faux Paw the Techno Cat
Follow the adventures of Faux Paw the Techno Cat as she learns lessons about how to be safe and smart while navigating the Internet and playing video games.
KidsHealth: Online Safety for Teens
The Washington State Office of the Attorney General has developed this web page of Internet safety tips for teens. Social networking, cyber-bullying, identity theft, information-sharing, gaming, and fraud are among the topics covered in extensive detail.

NetSmartz Workshop for Teens

A program of the Center for Missing & Exploited Children, NetSmartz is an educational and interactive workshop for teens to teach Internet safety.

NSTeens - Making Safer Online Choices

NSTeens is another program of the Center for Missing & Exploited Children. It allows teens to explore Internet safety through creative games and videos and also allows them to make use of presentations that they could deliver to younger students.