2020-2021 HPS CIPA Lessons for K-3
The Instructional Technology Facilitator, Mrs. Smith, will conduct the CIPA lessons with the students during scheduled computer lab time. A class roster will be kept to ensure each student has completed the lesson. Absent students will make up the lesson during computer lab time the first day they return.
Follow the Digital Trail -In this Digital Citizenship lesson, students learn that the information they put online leaves a digital footprint or “trail”. Students realize this trail can be big or small, helpful or hurtful, and learn tools to manage their own trail.
Resource: Staying Safe Online- Students understand that they should stay safe online by choosing websites that are good for them to visit, and avoid sites that are not appropriate for them.
Resource: Screen Out the Mean-
Students learn that children sometimes can act like bullies when they are online. They explore what cyberbullying means and what they can do when they encounter it.
CIPA During COVID19 School Closure
Developed in collaboration with online safety experts like the Family Online Safety Institute, the Internet Keep Safe Coalition and ConnectSafely, Be Internet Awesome focuses on five key lessons to help kids navigate the online world with confidence:
- Be Internet Smart: Share with care
- Be Internet Alert: Don’t fall for fake
- Be Internet Strong: Secure your secrets
- Be Internet Kind: It's cool to be kind
- Be Internet Brave: When in doubt, talk it out
A website that engages elementary-age children and provides videos and games that demonstrate how to stay safe online. Router's Birthday Surprise is a comprehensive look at cyber safety.
The experiences of Hector and his friends offer children practical guidance on managing risks and reinforce the importance of responsible online behavior.
Internet Safety with Annie and Moby
Meet Faux Paw, an adventurous six-toed, Web-surfing cat that loves having fun with her friends. Sometimes, she runs into trouble while being on her computer and while playing video games. Certainly, she’s learned one thing over the years: the internet is like a big city, with lots of possibilities! That means it is important to learn how to use it safely and follow the rules.
Click the link below to fill out the form below to let Mrs. Smith know you have learned the importance of staying safe online (personal information), having appropriate online behavior (social media), and there is no tolerance for cyberbullying! HPS Verification Form