In addition to the McAfee and Our Partners Care: Online Safety for Students Program, McAfee wants educators to be able to develop a plan that helps educate all year long, so that students can stay safe online wherever and whenever they connect to the Internet. Here are ways that you can begin to build an online safety program in your classroom and at your school:
- Review curriculum. Here are resources that may help you with your classroom curriculum. If you have requests for additional content, please contact the National Cyber Security Alliance.
- Lesson plans and posters for staying safe online:
- NCSA/USA Today curriculum
- James Madison University CyberCitz Project
If you use a learning management system in your classroom, Haiku Learning Systems (LMS) and James Madison University provide a template class on CyberCitizenship. Based on information in the above guide, it provides lesson content, discussions, resources, and assessments for an e-class. Sign up for a free Haiku LMS account to access the CyberCitz class. After you have an active account, visit Haiku to choose the CyberCitz Template to create your unique class.
- i-Learn Online provides training modules that teach and train other educators on the i-SAFE curriculum. Internet safety concepts and instruction on implementing the i-SAFE Internet Safety Program are included.
- Department of Justice Cyberethics Lesson Plan for Elementary and Middle School
- Staying Safe and Secure in a Digital World
- Music & Movies: Entertainment Versus Online Risk
- The Secret Online Lives of Teens
- The McAfee 10-Step Internet Safety Plan for Your Family
- A Parent’s Guide to Social Networking Sites
- How to Protect Children Online
- How to Protect Your Children's Privacy and Safety in Cyberspace
- How to Use Parental Controls to Deter Cyberbullying