Internet Safety - Middle School

Internet Safety for Middle School

With the majority of our students using the Internet both in and out of school, it is essential that all students receive information and training on how to be safe online.

The Be Safe Online presentation was put together to help teach Internet safety.  It incorporates the netsmartz.org curriculum and information from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.  There are several ways to use this presentation. 

  • The entire presentation could be covered in 1-2 sessions eliminating the activities.
  • The presentation is broken into four sections.  Each section could be taught in one class session taking time to complete the activites that accompany the section.
  • The presentation can also just be used as an ongoing piece to view and discuss as time permits. 

Accessing the Presentation

The easiest way to access this presentation is through your building's shared folder.  There is a folder in both the student and staff shares called Internet Safety.  The folder contains the PowerPoint presentation, the video files that are linked to the PowerPoint, as well as activity descriptions and materials to accompany the presentation.  The video in the Powerpoint will run directly through the presentation if you follow the next steps.

  • You should copy the entire folder to your computer by dragging it from the shared folder window onto your desktop. 
  • Run the presentation from your desktop.

The files are also posted at the bottom of this page.  However, since powerpoint links to video files, if you save the presentation from this website the video in the presentation will not run.  You will need to play the video files separately, or save them to your computer and re-insert them into the powerpoint file. 

 


Related Files

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    ppt "PPT file: You need Microsoft PowerPoint to view this file. Download a free PowerPoint viewer for PC or Macintosh.

    WMV Windows wmv format for video


Related Links
  • Netsmartz Curriculum Resources
    Links to online games that supports the Internet Safety topics in the presentation.

  • Cyber Tipline
    The cyber tipline at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children is the place to go to report incidents of victimization online.

  • Netsmartz
    Many resources and activities can be found at this site.








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