Child Internet Safety Event
How to protect your kid?
What We Are Going To Tell You On The Event?
Our children - even younger students - often know about the Internet no less than their parents. But do they know the rules of security on the Web? “It Rate” and “Web solutions” will help you and your children to avoid all the possible risks on the Internet.
There are several legislative bills that are pending regarding cyber bullying, at a bigger level(please see "Legislation Buzz" page). At least you could take some comfort in knowing, once you got inside your house, or inside the classroom, that bully would, for the time being, leave you alone.
Social networking websites commonalities may include a shared network of friends, a venue to create online journals, a place to share common interests with old friends or new, and the ability to exchange and view photographs, music and/or videos. Some sites are devoted to a particular interest or category. These sites often provide an outlet or avenue for sharing personal expression.
Use “netiquette”, or online etiquette. Don’t say things on the Internet you would not say to someone in person, remember the Golden Rule. When it comes to questionnaires or surveys, parental permission must be given first. If your child is a victim of cyber bullying or stalking, or knows someone who has been targeted, stress to your children to TELL an adult.