What have you as a teacher and your classes learned when it comes to cyber safety? Tell Frontier Communications and you could win a $1,000 grant to buy technology equipment or supplies for your classroom. Teachers are invited to submit an essay or a video in response to the following prompt: The Internet provides students a vast resource for research and learning. Yet, navigating the beneficial and dangerous places online has been an ever-evolving battle. What have you as a teacher and your classes learned when it comes to cyber safety? The winner will receive Visa Reward Cards worth $1,000 to be applied to the purchase of technology equipment or supplies for the classroom.
When I first started teaching 29 years ago, being safe and secure meant having fire drills and locking windows and doors at the end of the day. How times have changed! Today, digital privacy and security have been added to the physical safety of schools. Students are becoming increasingly savvy with technology, but they may not always realize how public their online information is. Because of this, educators must learn how to teach their students online security and safety.
We're excited to bring you a new series from passionate digital citizenship advocate, Dr. Jason Ohler. The series will explore the importance of digital citizenship and provide strategies for integrating digital citizenship into schools.
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