The resources listed on this page are for parents. We’ve included links to parent tips, guides and videos that fall into the four digital citizenship themes: cyberbullying, digital footprint, protecting privacy, intellectual property. Please check back often for updates.
Comprehensive Parent Guides/Fact Sheets
- Common Sense Media – Parenting, Media, and Everything in Between – Helpful articles, resources and information related to Cyberbullying
- Connect Safely – A Parents’ Guide to Cyberbullying
- Connect Safely – Parent, Educator & Youth Guide to LGBTQ Cyberbullying
- Center for Parent/Youth Understanding (CPYU) Digital Kids Initiative – A Parent’s Guide to Cyberbullying
- Cyberbullying Research Center – Cyberbullying Fact Sheet: Identification, Prevention, and Response
- StopBullying.gov – What is Cyberbullying?
- 4 Ways to Help Teens Avoid Digital Harassment
- 5 Tips for Dealing with Haters and Trolls
- 5 Social Media Rules for Teens and Tweens
Family Tip Sheets and Activities – Common Sense Media
- What Should I Do If My Child Is Bullied Online?
- What Is Online Harassment?
- Help Kids Fight Cyberbullying and Other Mean Online Behavior (Grades K-12) English | Spanish | More Languages
- Family Activity – Cyberbullying, Digital Drama & Hate Speech (Grades 3-5) English | Spanish
- Family Activity – Cyberbullying, Digital Drama, & Hate Speech (Grades 6-8) English | Spanish
- Family Activity – Cyberbullying, Digital Drama & Hate Speech (Grades 9-12) English | Spanish
¿Qué es el ciberbullying y cómo prevenirlo? – El ciberbullying es un problema en de la era digital. Te explicamos qué es y cómo puedes aconsejar a tus hijos para evitarlo.
Videos sobre ciberbullying
- Consejos sobre ciberbullying
- Más consejos sobre ciberbullying
- Cómo combatir el ciberbullying
- 4 formas de evitar el ciberacoso
¡Explora el Nuevo “Be Internet Awesome” en Español! – Google – “Be Internet Awesome” ayuda a los niños a ser seguros y confiables exploradores del mundo en línea.
- Cyberbullying Is a Serious Problem, But Is It an Epidemic? – Technology journalist and internet safety advocate Larry Magid advises that we approach cyberbullying programs based on research rather than media hype.
- Cyberbullying and Online Gaming – From StopBullying.gov, tips on preventing cyberbullying for gamers.
- Tips, Discussion Starters and Videos – From NetSmartz, a program of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.
- That’s Not Cool – Once you register for the That’s Not Cool Adult Allies section of the website, you’ll have access to extensive campaign research, interactive videos, That’s Not Cool Callout Card designs, support information, and helpful tips on engaging teens in your local community – building on the belief that young people must lead the way in creating change online, in their schools, and in their communities. That’s Not Cool works to lift the voices of the most silenced and marginalized communities of young people including (but not limited to – we are always looking to grow!) LGBTQI youth, Native youth, youth living with disabilities, and youth of color.
- Digital Footprint & Identity: Help Kids Post, Comment and Upload Responsibly (Grades K-5) English | Spanish | More Languages
- Digital Footprint & Identity: Help Kids Post, Comment and Upload Responsibly (Grades 6-12) English | Spanish | More Languages
- Family Activity: Digital Footprint & Identity (Grades 3-4) English | Spanish
- Family Activity: Digital Footprint & Identity (Grade 5) English | Spanish
- Family Activity: Digital Footprint & Identity (Grades 6-8) English | Spanish
- Family Activity: Digital Footprint & Identity (Grades 9-12) English | Spanish
- Talking About “Sexting” – Common Sense, a video to help start the conversation on the likely consequences of sexting.
- Modeling Constructive Online Behavior – As teens construct their digital footprint, model thoughtful use of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and blogging to help them stand out to college admission officers and potential employers. – Edutopia
Protecting Online Privacy
- Common Sense Media Resources
- Child Safety on the Information Highway – SafeKids.com – online safety and civility.
- Be Internet Awesome – Google – Helping families be safe safe and smart online.
- A Parent’s Guide to Internet Safety – An FBI Publication – Cyber Division.
- Connect Safely – A forum for parents, teens, experts to discuss safe socializing on the fixed and mobile Web – Includes cell phone safety tips and tips in Spanish.
- Teaching Kids about Copyright & Piracy (Video) – Common Sense
- Wanna Work Together? – Video introduces Creative Commons and compares this intellectual property option to copyright.
Social and Emotional Learning
Social and Emotional Learning is the process through which children and adults understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions.
Social & Cultural Literacy
“Teaching and learning happen within cultural, political, and social circumstances. As much as we want to deny it, we all have biases based on our life experiences. Each of us — teachers and students alike — enter classrooms from different perspectives and points of view” – Common Sense Media
- How Much Screen Time is OK for my kid(s)? – Common Sense Education
- Young Kids and Screens – Workshops for families with kids age 0–8 – Common Sense Education
- Los niños pequeños y las pantallas – Talleres para familias con niños de cero a ocho años – Common Sense Education
- Technology Addiction – Is Internet Addiction Real? – Common Sense Education
- Technology Addiction: Concern, Controversy and Finding Balance – Common Sense Education (Executive Summary)
- Technology Addiction: Key Findings Video – Common Sense Education
Recursos en Español
- ¿Qué es el ciberbullying y cómo prevenirlo? – El ciberbullying es un problema en de la era digital. Te explicamos qué es y cómo puedes aconsejar a tus hijos para evitarlo.
- Tips para familias con niños de kínder a 12° grado –
- Videos destacados, artículos más recientes, hojas de consejos para las familias – de Common Sense Media
- ¡Explora el Nuevo “Be Internet Awesome” en Español! – Google – “Be Internet Awesome” ayuda a los niños a ser seguros y confiables exploradores del mundo en línea.
- Guías rápidas en español – de ConnectSafely.org
- Nuevas Presentaciones para Grados K-5 – de NetSmartz
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