This man, however, emailed a second -- and a third -- time. I was getting the hint he really thought his resource was a valuable one and that he really DID want my opinion — so I took a few moments to look at it. I’m glad I did.
Over the years, I have used lots of online resources and tools to help guide my students on the quest to assure lifelong digital safety and citizenship. This is by no means a tool that can eliminate the need for all others -- but it is a nicely prepared FREE resource to add to your bag of tricks.
Topics of study include Protecting Personal Information, Password Safety, Email Safety, Social Media, Cyberbullying and App Safety!
Teachers or parents can provide the link for their students and have them open the site on their personal device (laptop, chromebook, or tablet). Students can use the pen tool to circle answers or draw on each page to show understanding -- there is even a typing tool that will allow them to type their answers on the page.
Teachers/parents can even download all of the pages as worksheets if computers aren't available.
Check out this resource and let me know what you think! Happy Surfing!
Obtaining citizenship of any country is not so easy, you may need to go through several processes. Participating in a citizenship test is the most important part of this process. The applicant has to pass the citizenship test to obtain citizenship. However, if you are going to participate in the Canadian citizenship test and want to pass this test easily then you can study the Canadian citizenship practice test from our website Practice Test Geeks.
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