In this engaging and interactive digital lesson, the learners receive direct instruction and practice in preventing, stopping, and not participating in cyberbullying. They will understand what cyberbullying is, types of technology used for cyberbullying, and how to reach out to an adult for help.
This engaging and interactive app uses diagnostic exercises to provide learners with individualized touch typing practice to address areas of weakness and help improve accuracy and speed at any skill level. Learners receive badges for specific achievements during their keyboarding adventure.
Sending Emails to the Teacher
Using rules of netiquette students explore how they can use email to communicate with real people within their school, family, and community.
If you're wondering which parental controls to install on your desktop, laptop, or tablet, the answer might be right at your fingertips -- literally! The top three internet browsers -- Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Apple Safari -- each offer settings and add-ons to help make your kid's online experience more age-appropriate. With a few tweaks, you can block sites, filter search results, and even create a white list of sites that are OK for your kid.