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Thursday, September 6, 2018

Quick-Guides for Parents & Educators from ConnectSafely

New Series!

Quick-Guides for Parents & Educators

Check out ConnectSafely's new series of short, clearly written guides for parents and educators on:
  • Cyberbullying
  • Instagram
  • Security
  • Secure Passwords
  • Teen Sexting
  • Safe Online Shopping
  • Creativity & Copyright

New Guide

The Educator's Guide to Creativity & Copyright

Now that our students are creating and remixing audio, video, text and images to “show what they know,” it is essential that they are doing all of this with a clear understanding of their own rights and the rights of other creators or owners of content.


The Parent's Guide to Instagram (Updated)

If your kids are using Instagram, the best way for you to learn about how it works is to ask them. Kids are often glad to teach their parents about their favorite tech tools and asking them about Instagram is not only a great way to learn about the app itself but also about how your children interact with their friends on social media. That’s very individual, which is why we suggest you ask them about it, but if you want a little general information about using and staying safe in Instagram...


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