A comprehensive collection of digital media literacy lesson plans created for K-12 educators, featuring a month’s supply of ready-to-use materials…
Explore these resources for parents and teachers to find educational cybersafety activities, lesson plans, posters, and more. Provided by the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada
Series of 6 interactive games – Provided by Common Sense Media
This external site provides information about various online threats and internet safety, as well as teaching resources to bring cybersafety education into the classroom. Provided by the Parent Coalition for Student Privacy.
This external site provides engaging and helpful teaching resources to bring cybersafety education into the classroom from K-12.
This external site provides lesson plans and other resources to improve students’ digital literacy. Provided by Media Smarts.
These lesson plans, for students in grades 6-12 , allow you to introduce cybersafety education into your classroom. Provided by the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada.
This external resource provides free cybersafety education materials about passwords, malware, and general privacy.
CTRL-F: Find the Facts is a program of CIVIX, which is a non-partisan registered Canadian charity dedicated to building the skills and habits of active and informed citizenship among school-aged youth. False and misleading information is rampant online, and people lack the skills and motivation to determine what to trust. To build the next generation of informed citizens, we need to adopt new ways to teach digital media literacy and source evaluation.
Why is having a strong password important? Strong passwords help protect your information and identity. As phishing and social hacking become quite common, we need a way to generate secure passwords that we can still remember!