Thinkfinity.com--Teaching Students to Be Safe--Thinkfinity Online Safety Resources
National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers (NETS-T)(2008 will be released this summer)
Cybersmart--Internet Safety Lessons--excellent resources ready to use for all grades!! Free student Curriculum--videos, social networking questions and answers, activities, etc.
Chatdanger.com--a site all about the potential dangers on interactive services online like chat, IM, online games, email, and on mobiles
i-Safe--SAFE provides age-appropriate K-12 curriculum to schools in all 50 states free of charge. The curriculum is a dynamic interactive program designed to educate and empower the student. Each lesson includes Activity Pages and Discussion for the class. The high school curriculum is a video Webcast hosted by teens on either VHS or DVD format. Some of the lessons taught by i-SAFE are: Cyber Citizenship, Personal Safety, Cyber Security, Intellectual Property, Cyber Bullying, and Predator Identification
Cybercitizenship.org--Provides approaches for teaching children about "Cyber Ethics." This site also includes sets of links for adults and children to gain a better understanding of the Internet.
GetNetWise.org--Designed to give Internet users a user-friendly, easy-to-find, online resource that can be found on the most popular entry points to the Internet, as well as on many of the most popular Web sites. GetNetWise offers tips, tutorials and other interactive tools.
Kenton County School District's Digital Citizenship and Internet Safety Resource Links--lots of resources for educators, kids, teens, parents
Technology Integration Links for Teachers-- This site is maintained by Texas A&M University at Kingsville and provides a comprehensive listing of technology integration links.