KnowledgeFlow: Curriculum Alignment for Teachers

ProvinceGradeCourseStandard Overall ExpectationsSpecific ExpectationsResourcesTopic
Ontario1Health and Physical EducationD2.3Demonstrate the ability to recognize caring behaviours and behaviours that can be harmful to physical and mental health, and describe the feelings associated with each, as well as appropriate ways of responding, demonstrating an understanding of the importance of consentDemonstrate the ability to recognize caring behaviours (e.g., listening with respect, being helpful, respecting boundaries) and behaviours that can be harmful to physical and mental health (e.g., ignoring or excluding others; bullying; manipulative behaviours; sexually exploitative or abusive behaviours, including inappropriate touching; verbal, emotional, or physical abuse), and describe the feelings associated with each, as well as appropriate ways of responding, demonstrating an understanding of the importance of consent7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario1LanguageA2.1Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of how to navigate online environments safely, manage their privacy, and interact in a way that supports their well-being and that of others, including seeking appropriate permission7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario1LanguageA2.2Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of how to navigate online environments safely, manage their privacy and personal data, and interact in a way that supports their well-being and that of others, including seeking appropriate permission7 Cyber Savvy Skills #1 Don’t let anyone choose or know your: • Identity Details
• Contact Info
• Passwords
• Location
• Biometrics
Ontario1LanguageA2.2Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of how to navigate online environments safely, manage their privacy and personal data, and interact in a way that supports their well-being and that of others, including seeking appropriate permission7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario1LanguageA2.3Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaGather, evaluate, and use information, considering various perspectives, to construct knowledge and demonstrate learning7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario1LanguageA2.7Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaCommunicate and collaborate with various communities in a safe, respectful, responsible, and inclusive manner when using online platforms and environments, including digital and media tools, and demonstrate cultural awareness with members of the community7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario1Science and TechnologyA2.2Use coding in investigations and to model concepts, and assess the impact of coding and of emerging technologies on everyday lifeIdentify and describe impacts of coding and of emerging technologies on everyday life7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario1Science and TechnologyA3.1Demonstrate an understanding of the practical applications of science and technology, and of contributions to science and technology from people with diverse lived experiencesDescribe practical applications of science and technology concepts in various occupations, including skilled trades, and how these applications address real-world problems7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario1Science and TechnologyA3.2Demonstrate an understanding of the practical applications of science and technology, and of contributions to science and technology from people with diverse lived experiencesinvestigate how science and technology can be used with other subject areas to address real-world problems7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
British Columbia1Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community HealthIdentify caring behaviours among classmates and within familiesDemonstrate how to participate in different types of physical activities including individual and dual activities, rhythmic activities, and games7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
British Columbia1Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community HealthDescribe ways to prevent and respond to a variety of unsafe and/or uncomfortable situations (ie. hazards and potentially unsafe situations)Demonstrate the ability to recognize hazards and potentially unsafe situations7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
British Columbia1Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community HealthIdentify caring behaviours among classmates and within familiesDemonstrate the ability to recognize caring behaviours in groups and families7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
British Columbia1Health and Physical EducationMental Well-BeingIdentify and describe feelings and worries (ie. emotions and their causes and effects)Demonstrate the ability to understand emotions and their causes and effects7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
British Columbia1Applied Designs, Skills, and TechnologiesApplied Skills• Use materials, tools, and technologies in a safe manner in both physical and digital environment
• Develop their skills and add new ones through play and collaborative work
Students are expected to use the learning standards for Curricular Competencies from Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies K-3 in combination with grade-level content from other areas of learning in cross-curricular activities to develop foundational mindsets and skills in design thinking and making7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
British Columbia1Applied Designs, Skills, and TechnologiesApplied TechnologiesExplore the use of simple, available tools and technologies to extend their capabilitiesStudents are expected to use the learning standards for Curricular Competencies from Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies K-3 in combination with grade-level content from other areas of learning in cross-curricular activities to develop foundational mindsets and skills in design thinking and making7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Alberta1Health and Physical EducationKnowledgen/aUnderstand that boundaries can change in various situations, including: type of activity, people involved, purpose, use of technology7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Alberta1Health and Physical EducationUnderstandingn/aUnderstand that boundaries can change over time or in different situations7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Alberta1Health and Physical EducationSkills and Proceduresn/aDemonstrate the ability to discuss situations or reasons that might lead to a boundary change.7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Nova Scotia1Health and Physical EducationOutcome 2Students will demonstrate empathy for others• Identify and discuss times when people need care and concern (PCD, COM, CT, CZ, CI)
• Identify and demonstrate ways of showing respect and consideration to others (COM, CZ)
• Use language that shows care and concern for another (PCD, COM, CZ)
7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Nova Scotia1Health and Physical EducationOutcome 3Students will demonstrate ways to be safe at school and in the communityIdentify and discuss a variety of ways to play safe in school and community (PCD, COM, CT, CZ)7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Nova Scotia1Health and Physical EducationOutcome 3Students will demonstrate ways to be safe at school and in the community.• Identify and discuss what is personal information (PCD, COM, CT, CZ)
• Identify and describe various scenarios in which it would be safe to share personal information and scenarios in which it would not be safe (PCD, COM, CT, CZ, TF)
7 Cyber Savvy Skills #3: Don’t let anyone know you better than you know them
Nova Scotia1Health and Physical EducationOutcome 8Students will demonstrate communication and interpersonal skills during different types of physical activitiesUnderstand how their choices affect others (CZ)7 Cyber Savvy Skills #3: Don’t let anyone know you better than you know them
Nova Scotia1Health and Physical EducationOutcome 9Students will demonstrate consideration, care, and compassion for the well-being and safety of self and others during different types of physical activities in multiple environments.• Demonstrate behaviours that help others (e.g., sharing, safety, kindness) (CZ, PCD)
• Apply safe practices, rules, and procedures with limited prompting (CT, CZ)
• Apply, when prompted, principles of teamwork, inclusion, fair play, and respect for self and others (e.g., take turns, work with others to solve problems, follow the rules of the activity) (CZ, PCD)
• Identify safe and healthy practices at home, at school, and in the community (CZ, PCD)
7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
New Brunswick1Health and Physical EducationGCO 3Students will develop knowledge, skills and values required to achieve and maintain well-beingSCO 3.1: Recognize emotional and social skills that apply to the learning and performance of physical activity7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
New Brunswick1Science and TechnologyGCO 4Attitudes – Students will be encouraged to develop attitudes that support the responsible acquisition and application of scientific and technological knowledge to the mutual benefit of self, society, and the environmentSafety – Students will be encouraged to demonstrate a concern for safety in science and technology contexts. Science education can contribute to attitudinal growth when students are encouraged to assess and manage potential dangers and apply safety procedures, thus developing a positive attitude toward safety.7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario2Health and Physical EducationD2.3Demonstrate the ability to recognize caring behaviours and behaviours that can be harmful to physical and mental health, and describe the feelings associated with each, as well as appropriate ways of responding, demonstrating an understanding of the importance of consent.Explain the importance of consent and demonstrate the ability to stand up for themselves and others, to enhance well-being and safety (e.g., speaking confidently; stating boundaries, whether in person or online; saying no; respecting the right of a person to say no and encouraging others to respect that right also; reporting exploitative behaviours, such as improper touching of their bodies or others’ bodies)7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario2LanguageA2.1Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of their rights and responsibilities when interacting online with appropriate permission, and make decisions that contribute positively to the development of their digital identity and those of their communities
7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario2LanguageA2.2Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of how to navigate online environments safely, manage their privacy and personal data, and interact in a way that supports their well-being and that of others, including seeking appropriate permission7 Cyber Savvy Skills #1 Don’t let anyone choose or know your: • Identity Details
• Contact Info
• Passwords
• Location
• Biometrics
Ontario2LanguageA2.2Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of how to navigate online environments safely, manage their privacy and personal data, and interact in a way that supports their well-being and that of others, including seeking appropriate permission7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario2LanguageA2.3Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaGather, evaluate, and use information, considering various perspectives, to construct knowledge and demonstrate learning7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario2LanguageA2.7Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaCommunicate and collaborate with various communities in a safe, respectful, responsible, and inclusive manner when using online platforms and environments, including digital and media tools, and demonstrate cultural awareness with members of the community7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario2Science and TechnologyA2.2Use coding in investigations and to model concepts, and assess the impact of coding and of emerging technologies on everyday lifeIdentify and describe impacts of coding and of emerging technologies on everyday life7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario2Science and TechnologyA3.1Demonstrate an understanding of the practical applications of science and technology, and of contributions to science and technology from people with diverse lived experiencesDescribe practical applications of science and technology concepts in various occupations, including skilled trades, and how these applications address real-world problems7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario2Science and TechnologyA3.2Demonstrate an understanding of the practical applications of science and technology, and of contributions to science and technology from people with diverse lived experiencesInvestigate how science and technology can be used with other subject areas to address real-world problems7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
British Columbia2Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Identify caring behaviours among classmates and within families
• Develop and demonstrate respectful behaviour when participating in activities with others
Demonstrate how to participate in different types of physical activities, including individual and dual activities, rhythmic activities, and games7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
British Columbia2Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Describe ways to prevent and respond to a variety of unsafe and/or uncomfortable situations (ie. hazards and potentially unsafe or abusive situations)
• Identify and describe avoidance or assertiveness strategies to use in unsafe and/or uncomfortable situations (ie. strategies and skills to use in potentially hazardous, unsafe, or abusive situations, and managing and expressing emotions, What can you do to stand up for yourself in an unsafe and/or uncomfortable situation?)
Demonstrate strategies and skills to use in potentially hazardous, unsafe, or abusive situations7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
British Columbia2Health and Physical EducationMental Well-BeingIdentify and apply strategies that promote mental well-beingManaging and expressing emotions7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
British Columbia2Applied Designs, Skills, and TechnologiesApplied SkillsUse materials, tools, and technologies in a safe manner in both physical and digital environmentStudents are expected to use the learning standards for Curricular Competencies from Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies K-3 in combination with grade-level content from other areas of learning in cross-curricular activities to develop foundational mindsets and skills in design thinking and making.7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
British Columbia2Applied Designs, Skills, and TechnologiesApplied SkillsDevelop their skills and add new ones through play and collaborative workStudents are expected to use the learning standards for Curricular Competencies from Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies K-3 in combination with grade-level content from other areas of learning in cross-curricular activities to develop foundational mindsets and skills in design thinking and making.7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
British Columbia2Applied Designs, Skills, and TechnologiesApplied TechnologiesExplore the use of simple, available tools and technologies to extend their capabilitiesStudents are expected to use the learning standards for Curricular Competencies from Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies K-3 in combination with grade-level content from other areas of learning in cross-curricular activities to develop foundational mindsets and skills in design thinking and making7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Alberta2Physical and Health EducationKnowledgen/aSafety strategies are developed for a variety of contexts, such as
• home
• school
• online
• emergencies
7 Cyber Savvy Skills #1 Don’t let anyone choose or know your: • Identity Details
• Contact Info
• Passwords
• Location
• Biometrics
Alberta2Physical and Health EducationSkills and Proceduresn/aPractise safety strategies and procedures in a variety of situations7 Cyber Savvy Skills #1 Don’t let anyone choose or know your: • Identity Details
• Contact Info
• Passwords
• Location
• Biometrics
Alberta2ScienceKnowledgen/a• Creativity is the ability to generate something original, such as ideas, technology, tools, products
• Collaboration can result in improved ideas, which may enhance creativity and problem solving.
7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Alberta2ScienceUnderstandingn/aInstructions are designed using creativity and problem solving, which can be enhanced through collaboration7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Alberta2ScienceSkills and Proceduresn/aIdentify ways creativity is used to design instructions7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Nova Scotia2Physical and Health EducationOutcome 2Students will demonstrate empathy for others• Identify and discuss times when people need care and concern (PCD, COM, CT, CZ, CI)
• Identify and demonstrate ways of showing respect and consideration to others (COM, CZ)
• Use language that shows care and concern for another (PCD, COM, CZ)
• Demonstrate an awareness and appreciation of similarities and differences that are visible and not visible (PCD, CZ, COM)
7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Nova Scotia2Physical and Health EducationOutcome 3Students will demonstrate ways to be safe at school and in the communityIdentify and discuss a variety of ways to play safe in school and community (PCD, COM, CT, CZ)7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Nova Scotia2Physical and Health EducationOutcome 3Students will demonstrate ways to be safe at school and in the community• Identify and discuss what is personal information (PCD, COM, CT, CZ)
• Identify and describe various scenarios in which it would be safe to share personal information and scenarios in which it would not be safe (PCD, COM, CT, CZ, TF)
7 Cyber Savvy Skills #3: Don’t let anyone know you better than you know them
Nova Scotia2Physical and Health EducationOutcome 8Students will demonstrate communication and interpersonal skills during different types of physical activities
• Demonstrate the ability to co-operate in a group activity (COM, CZ, PCD)
• Understand how their choices affect others (CZ)
7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Nova Scotia2Physical and Health EducationOutcome 9Students will demonstrate consideration, care, and compassion for the well-being and safety of self and others during different types of physical activities in multiple environments• Demonstrate behaviours that help others (e.g., sharing, safety, kindness) (CZ, PCD)
• Apply safe practices, rules, and procedures with limited prompting (CT, CZ)
• Apply, when prompted, principles of teamwork, inclusion, fair play, and respect for self and others (e.g., take turns, work with others to solve problems, follow the rules of the activity) (CZ, PCD)
• Identify safe and healthy practices at home, at school, and in the community (CZ, PCD)
7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Nova Scotia2Information and Communication TechnologyOutcome 1, Digital CitizenshipStudents will be expected to work with the teacher to develop safe routines for using ICT responsibly, ensuring their own and others’ health and safetyEmbedded throughout all curriculum areas (1-3)7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Nova Scotia2Information and Communication TechnologyOutcome 2, Digital CitizenshipStudents will be expected to demonstrate and show understanding of the responsible and appropriate use of information and communication technology while participating in and contributing to their local communityEmbedded throughout all curriculum areas (1-3)7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Nova Scotia2Information and Communication TechnologyOutcome 3, Digital CitizenshipStudents will be expected to begin to articulate the need to take care in providing personal information online and only share limited personal information with a teacher-approved audienceEmbedded throughout all curriculum areas (1-3)7 Cyber Savvy Skills #3: Don’t let anyone know you better than you know them
Nova Scotia2Information and Communication TechnologyOutcome 3, Digital CitizenshipStudents will be expected to begin to articulate the need to take care in providing personal information online and only share limited personal information with a teacher-approved audienceEmbedded throughout all curriculum areas (1-3)7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Nova Scotia2Information and Communication TechnologyOutcome 9, Technology Operations and ConceptsStudents will be expected to: use grade-appropriate ICT terminology, follow verbal instructions and visual reminders to safely operate computers and digital devicesEmbedded throughout all curriculum areas (1-3)7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
New Brunswick2Physical and Health EducationGCO 3Students will develop knowledge, skills and values required to achieve and maintain well-beingSCO 3.1 – Demonstrate emotional and social skills that apply to the learning and performance of physical activity7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
New Brunswick2ScienceGCO 4Attitudes – Students will be encouraged to develop attitudes that support the responsible acquisition and application of scientific and technological knowledge to the mutual benefit of self, society, and the environmentSafety – Students will be encouraged to demonstrate a concern for safety in science and technology contexts. Science education can contribute to attitudinal growth when students are encouraged to assess and manage potential dangers and apply safety procedures, thus developing a positive attitude toward safety7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
New Brunswick2Social Studies2.2.2 Technology and CommunityStudents will be expected to demonstrate an understanding that technology has changed over time to meet their needs, wants, and interests• Assess the effect of technology on their lives
• Identify examples of positive and negative impact of technology
7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario3Health and Physical EducationA1.4Apply skills that help them build relationships, develop empathy, and communicate with others as they participate in learning experiences in health and physical education, in order to support healthy relationships, a sense of belonging, and respect for diversity.Healthy Living: demonstrate awareness of doing or saying things in a way that acknowledges the unique characteristics of others in a positive way rather than in a disrespectful or hurtful way)7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario3Health and Physical EducationD1.4Demonstrate an understanding of factors that contribute to healthy developmentapply decision-making strategies to make healthy choices about behaviours and the use of various substances in ways that could lead to dependencies, identifying factors that should be considered (e.g., short-term use of medications can be helpful for an illness, but misuse of some medications could lead to dependency or harm; moderated television watching or computer use can provide healthy entertainment or new learning or be necessary to complete school work, but too much screen time can reinforce sedentary habits and inactivity, which can lead to social isolation and increased vulnerability to physical and mental health problems; cultural teachings can provide guidance when considering the impact of using substances)7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario3LanguageA2.1Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of their rights and responsibilities when interacting online with appropriate permission, and make decisions that contribute positively to the development of their digital identity and those of their communities7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario3LanguageA2.2Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of how to navigate online environments safely, manage their privacy and personal data, and interact in a way that supports their well-being and that of others, including seeking appropriate permission7 Cyber Savvy Skills #1 Don’t let anyone choose or know your: • Identity Details
• Contact Info
• Passwords
• Location
• Biometrics
Ontario3LanguageA2.2Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of how to navigate online environments safely, manage their privacy and personal data, and interact in a way that supports their well-being and that of others, including seeking appropriate permission7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario3LanguageA2.3Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaGather, evaluate, and use information, considering various perspectives, to construct knowledge and demonstrate learning7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario3LanguageA2.7Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaCommunicate and collaborate with various communities in a safe, respectful, responsible, and inclusive manner when using online platforms and environments, including digital and media tools, and demonstrate cultural awareness with members of the community7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario3Science and TechnologyA2.2Use coding in investigations and to model concepts, and assess the impact of coding and of emerging technologies on everyday lifeIdentify and describe impacts of coding and of emerging technologies on everyday life, including skilled trades7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario3Science and TechnologyA3.1Demonstrate an understanding of the practical applications of science and technology, and of contributions to science and technology from people with diverse lived experiencesDescribe practical applications of science and technology concepts in various occupations, including skilled trades, and how these applications address real-world problems7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario3Science and TechnologyA3.2Demonstrate an understanding of the practical applications of science and technology, and of contributions to science and technology from people with diverse lived experiencesinvestigate how science and technology can be used with other subject areas to address real-world problems7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
British Columbia3Applied Designs, Skills, and TechnologiesApplied Skills• Use materials, tools, and technologies in a safe manner in both physical and digital environment
• Develop their skills and add new ones through play and collaborative work
Students are expected to use the learning standards for Curricular Competencies from Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies K-3 in combination with grade-level content from other areas of learning in cross-curricular activities to develop foundational mindsets and skills in design thinking and making7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
British Columbia3Applied Designs, Skills, and TechnologiesApplied TechnologiesExplore the use of simple, available tools and technologies to extend their capabilitiesStudents are expected to use the learning standards for Curricular Competencies from Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies K-3 in combination with grade-level content from other areas of learning in cross-curricular activities to develop foundational mindsets and skills in design thinking and making7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
British Columbia3Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community HealthIdentify and describe avoidance or assertiveness strategies to use in unsafe and/or uncomfortable situations (ie. nature and consequences of bullying and strategies and skills to use in potentially hazardous, unsafe, or abusive situations)
• Demonstrate practices that promote health and well-being
• Demonstrate strategies and skills to use in potentially hazardous, unsafe, or abusive situations
• Understand the nature and consequences of bullying
7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
British Columbia3Health and Physical EducationHealthy and Active LivingDescribe ways to access information on and support services for a variety of health topicsIdentify strategies for accessing health information7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
British Columbia3Health and Physical EducationMental Well-BeingDescribe factors that influence mental well-being and self-identityIdentify factors that influence self-identity7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Alberta3Health and Physical EducationKnowledgen/aProactive planning includes
• Awareness of instructions and guidelines
• Digital citizenship (responsible conduct and safety)
7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Alberta3Health and Physical EducationUnderstandingn/aSafety involves prevention that requires proactive planning7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Alberta3Health and Physical EducationSkills and Proceduresn/aExamine situations that require proactive planning7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Alberta3ScienceKnowledgen/aCreativity is an important part of computer science, technology, and engineering; e.g., computer programming, robotics7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Alberta3ScienceUnderstandingn/aCreativity involves imagination, observation, and making connections7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Alberta3ScienceSkills and Proceduresn/a• Relate creativity to engineering, computing, and the development of new technologies
• Identify examples of creativity in computer science, technology, or engineering
7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Nova Scotia3Health and Physical EducationOutcome 1Students will recognize, discuss and identify decisions that affect physical, social, mental, and emotional healthAbility to make healthy decisions based upon the analysis of the media (PCD, COM, CT, CI, CZ)7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Nova Scotia3Health and Physical EducationOutcome 3Students will demonstrate ways to be safe at school and in the community.Identify and discuss a variety of ways to play safe in school and community (PCD, COM, CT, CZ)7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Nova Scotia3Health and Physical EducationOutcome 3Students will demonstrate ways to be safe at school and in the community.• Identify and discuss what is personal information (PCD, COM, CT, CZ)
• Identify and describe various scenarios in which it would be safe to share personal information and scenarios in which it would not be safe (PCD, COM, CT, CZ, TF)
7 Cyber Savvy Skills #3: Don’t let anyone know you better than you know them
Nova Scotia3Health and Physical EducationOutcome 8Students will demonstrate communication and interpersonal skills during different types of physical activities• demonstrate the ability to co-operate and collaborate in a group activity (share ideas, listen to others, try completing a task using a different solution, solve problems as a group) (COM, CZ, PCD)
• understand how their choices affect others (CZ)
7 Cyber Savvy Skills #3: Don’t let anyone know you better than you know them
Nova Scotia3Health and Physical EducationOutcome 9Students will demonstrate consideration, care, and compassion for the well-being and safety of self and others during different types of physical activities in multiple environments• Demonstrate behaviours that help others (e.g., sharing, play safely, kindness) (CZ, PCD)
• independently apply safe practices, rules, and procedures (CT, CZ)
• Consistently apply principles of teamwork, inclusion, fair play, and respect for self and others (e.g., work well with others, follow the rules of the activity) (CZ, PCD)
• Demonstrate behaviours that help others (e.g., sharing, play safely, kindness) (CZ, PCD) independently apply safe practices, rules, and procedures (CT, CZ)
• Consistently apply principles of teamwork, inclusion, fair play, and respect for self and others (e.g., work well with others, follow the rules of the activity) (CZ, PCD)
7 Cyber Savvy Skills #3: Don’t let anyone know you better than you know them
Nova Scotia3Information and Communication TechnologyOutcome 1, Digital CitizenshipStudents will be expected to work with the teacher to develop safe routines for using ICT responsibly, ensuring their own and others’ health and safetyEmbedded throughout all curriculum areas (1-3)7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Nova Scotia3Information and Communication TechnologyOutcome 2, Digital CitizenshipStudents will be expected to demonstrate and show understanding of the responsible and appropriate use of information and communication technology while participating in and contributing to their local communityEmbedded throughout all curriculum areas (1-3)7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Nova Scotia3Information and Communication TechnologyOutcome 3, Digital CitizenshipStudents will be expected to begin to articulate the need to take care in providing personal information online and only share limited personal information with a teacher-approved audienceEmbedded throughout all curriculum areas (1-3)7 Cyber Savvy Skills #3: Don’t let anyone know you better than you know them
Nova Scotia3Information and Communication TechnologyOutcome 3, Digital CitizenshipStudents will be expected to begin to articulate the need to take care in providing personal information online and only share limited personal information with a teacher-approved audienceEmbedded throughout all curriculum areas (1-3)7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Nova Scotia3Information and Communication TechnologyOutcome 9, Technology Operations and ConceptsStudents will be expected to: use grade-appropriate ICT terminology, follow verbal instructions and visual reminders to safely operate computers and digital devicesEmbedded throughout all curriculum areas (1-3)7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
New Brunswick3Personal WellnessGCO 3Students will apply the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to establish and maintain healthy relationshipsSCO 3.1 – Explain bullying and ways to prevent and intervene when it occurs7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
New Brunswick3Personal WellnessGCO 4Students will develop knowledge of self and explore the world of workSCO 4.2 – Recognize how skills, and interests can influence career choices7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
New Brunswick3Physical EducationGCO 3Students will develop knowledge, skills and values required to achieve and maintain well-beingSCO 3.1 – Apply emotional and social skills to the learning and performance of physical activity7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
New Brunswick3ScienceGCO 2Students will develop an understanding of the nature of science and technology, of the relationships between science and technology, and of the social and environmental contexts of science and technology (STSE)SCO 2.1 – Students will consider factors that support responsible application of scientific and technological knowledge and demonstrate an understanding of sustainable practices7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario4Health and Physical EducationA1.4

Apply skills that help them build relationships, develop empathy, and communicate with others as they participate in learning experiences in health and physical education, in order to support healthy relationships, a sense of belonging, and respect for diversity
• Active Living: Use encouraging words to support teammates when playing in small groups, and describe the impact of doing so
• Healthy Living: Explain what they can do to avoid saying something in a text or on social media that they wouldn’t say face to face
7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario4Health and Physical EducationA1.6Apply skills that help them think critically and creatively as they participate in learning experiences in health and physical education, in order to support making connections, analyzing, evaluating, problem solving, and decision making• Active Living: Think through and apply the steps they will take to avoid injury while participating in a physical activity
• Healthy Living: Explain what they can do to avoid saying something in a text or on social media that they wouldn’t say face to face
7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario4Health and Physical EducationD1.2Demonstrate an understanding of essential knowledge and practices for ensuring their personal safetyIdentify risks associated with the use of communications technology, including Internet use, texting, and gaming (e.g., difficulty developing healthy interpersonal skills and relationships offline; spending too much time online and not enough with family and friends; exposure to online predators; experiencing social isolation7 Cyber Savvy Skills #1 Don’t let anyone choose or know your: • Identity Details
• Contact Info
• Passwords
• Location
• Biometrics
Ontario4Health and Physical EducationD1.2Demonstrate an understanding of essential knowledge and practices for ensuring their personal safetyIdentify risks associated with the use of communications technology, including Internet use, texting, and gaming (e.g., difficulty developing healthy interpersonal skills and relationships offline; spending too much time online and not enough with family and friends; exposure to online predators; experiencing social isolation7 Cyber Savvy Skills #3: Don’t let anyone know you better than you know them
Ontario4Health and Physical EducationD1.2Demonstrate an understanding of essential knowledge and practices for ensuring their personal safetyIdentify risks associated with the use of communications technology, including Internet use, texting, and gaming (e.g., difficulty developing healthy interpersonal skills and relationships offline; spending too much time online and not enough with family and friends; exposure to online predators; experiencing social isolation7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario4Health and Physical EducationD1.3Demonstrate an understanding of factors that contribute to healthy developmentDescribe various types of bullying, abuse, and other non-consensual behaviour (e.g., social, emotional, physical, verbal), including cyberbullying (e.g., via social media, apps, e-mail, text messaging, chat rooms, websites), and identify the impacts they can have and appropriate ways of responding7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario4Health and Physical EducationD2.3Demonstrate the ability to recognize caring behaviours and behaviours that can be harmful to physical and mental health, and describe the feelings associated with each, as well as appropriate ways of responding, demonstrating an understanding of the importance of consentApply decision-making, assertiveness, and refusal skills; consider alternative coping strategies for stressful situations; think in advance about values, cultural beliefs, and personal choices; identify the pros and cons of both making a change and not making a change; be aware of peer pressure, conversational strategies, such as saying no strongly and clearly, giving reasons, changing the topic, making a joke, asking a question7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario4LanguageA2.1Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaExplain their rights and responsibilities when interacting online with appropriate permission, and make decisions that contribute positively to the development of their digital identity and those of their communities7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario4LanguageA2.2Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of how to navigate online environments safely, manage their privacy and personal data, and interact in a way that supports their well-being and that of others, including seeking appropriate permission7 Cyber Savvy Skills #1 Don’t let anyone choose or know your: • Identity Details
• Contact Info
• Passwords
• Location
• Biometrics
Ontario4LanguageA2.2Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of how to navigate online environments safely, manage their privacy and personal data, and interact in a way that supports their well-being and that of others, including seeking appropriate permission7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario4LanguageA2.3Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaGather, evaluate, and use information, considering various perspectives, to construct knowledge and demonstrate learning7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario4LanguageA2.7Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaCommunicate and collaborate with various communities in a safe, respectful, responsible, and inclusive manner when using online platforms and environments, including digital and media tools, and demonstrate cultural awareness with members of the community7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario4Science and TechnologyA2.2Use coding in investigations and to model concepts, and assess the impact of coding and of emerging technologies on everyday lifeIdentify and describe impacts of coding and of emerging technologies on everyday life, including skilled trades7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario4Science and TechnologyA3.1Demonstrate an understanding of the practical applications of science and technology, and of contributions to science and technology from people with diverse lived experiencesDescribe practical applications of science and technology concepts in various occupations, including skilled trades, and how these applications address real-world problems7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario4Science and TechnologyA3.2Demonstrate an understanding of the practical applications of science and technology, and of contributions to science and technology from people with diverse lived experiencesinvestigate how science and technology can be used with other subject areas to address real-world problems7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Ontario4Health and Physical EducationA1.4

Apply skills that help them build relationships, develop empathy, and communicate with others as they participate in learning experiences in health and physical education, in order to support healthy relationships, a sense of belonging, and respect for diversity
• Active Living: Use encouraging words to support teammates when playing in small groups, and describe the impact of doing so
• Healthy Living: Explain what they can do to avoid saying something in a text or on social media that they wouldn’t say face to face
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2, 3
Ontario4Health and Physical EducationA1.4

Apply skills that help them build relationships, develop empathy, and communicate with others as they participate in learning experiences in health and physical education, in order to support healthy relationships, a sense of belonging, and respect for diversity
• Active Living: Use encouraging words to support teammates when playing in small groups, and describe the impact of doing so
• Healthy Living: Explain what they can do to avoid saying something in a text or on social media that they wouldn’t say face to face
Online Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario4Health and Physical EducationA1.4

Apply skills that help them build relationships, develop empathy, and communicate with others as they participate in learning experiences in health and physical education, in order to support healthy relationships, a sense of belonging, and respect for diversity
• Active Living: Use encouraging words to support teammates when playing in small groups, and describe the impact of doing so
• Healthy Living: Explain what they can do to avoid saying something in a text or on social media that they wouldn’t say face to face
10 Immutable Rules
#9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario4Health and Physical EducationA1.6Apply skills that help them think critically and creatively as they participate in learning experiences in health and physical education, in order to support making connections, analyzing, evaluating, problem solving, and decision making• Active Living: Think through and apply the steps they will take to avoid injury while participating in a physical activity
• Healthy Living: Explain what they can do to avoid saying something in a text or on social media that they wouldn’t say face to face
10 Immutable Rules
#9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario4Health and Physical EducationD1.2Demonstrate an understanding of essential knowledge and practices for ensuring their personal safetyIdentify risks associated with the use of communications technology, including Internet use, texting, and gaming (e.g., difficulty developing healthy interpersonal skills and relationships offline; spending too much time online and not enough with family and friends; exposure to online predators; experiencing social isolationCyberday Lesson Plan
Ontario4Health and Physical EducationD1.2Demonstrate an understanding of essential knowledge and practices for ensuring their personal safetyIdentify risks associated with the use of communications technology, including Internet use, texting, and gaming (e.g., difficulty developing healthy interpersonal skills and relationships offline; spending too much time online and not enough with family and friends; exposure to online predators; experiencing social isolationOnline Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario4Health and Physical EducationD1.2Demonstrate an understanding of essential knowledge and practices for ensuring their personal safetyIdentify risks associated with the use of communications technology, including Internet use, texting, and gaming (e.g., difficulty developing healthy interpersonal skills and relationships offline; spending too much time online and not enough with family and friends; exposure to online predators; experiencing social isolationSextortion Scam Awareness: What Teens Need To Know | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario4Health and Physical EducationD1.2Demonstrate an understanding of essential knowledge and practices for ensuring their personal safetyIdentify risks associated with the use of communications technology, including Internet use, texting, and gaming (e.g., difficulty developing healthy interpersonal skills and relationships offline; spending too much time online and not enough with family and friends; exposure to online predators; experiencing social isolation10 Immutable Rules
#7: Never reply to mysterious messages!
Ontario4Health and Physical EducationD1.3Demonstrate an understanding of factors that contribute to healthy developmentDescribe various types of bullying, abuse, and other non-consensual behaviour (e.g., social, emotional, physical, verbal), including cyberbullying (e.g., via social media, apps, e-mail, text messaging, chat rooms, websites), and identify the impacts they can have and appropriate ways of respondingCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 4 Day 3
Ontario4Health and Physical EducationD1.3Demonstrate an understanding of factors that contribute to healthy developmentDescribe various types of bullying, abuse, and other non-consensual behaviour (e.g., social, emotional, physical, verbal), including cyberbullying (e.g., via social media, apps, e-mail, text messaging, chat rooms, websites), and identify the impacts they can have and appropriate ways of respondingPink Shirt Day – Anti-Online Bullying Awareness | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario4Health and Physical EducationD1.3Demonstrate an understanding of factors that contribute to healthy developmentDescribe various types of bullying, abuse, and other non-consensual behaviour (e.g., social, emotional, physical, verbal), including cyberbullying (e.g., via social media, apps, e-mail, text messaging, chat rooms, websites), and identify the impacts they can have and appropriate ways of responding10 Immutable Rules
#9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario4Health and Physical EducationD2.3Demonstrate the ability to recognize caring behaviours and behaviours that can be harmful to physical and mental health, and describe the feelings associated with each, as well as appropriate ways of responding, demonstrating an understanding of the importance of consentApply decision-making, assertiveness, and refusal skills; consider alternative coping strategies for stressful situations; think in advance about values, cultural beliefs, and personal choices; identify the pros and cons of both making a change and not making a change; be aware of peer pressure, conversational strategies, such as saying no strongly and clearly, giving reasons, changing the topic, making a joke, asking a questionCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 3 Day 3, 5
Ontario4Health and Physical EducationD2.3Demonstrate the ability to recognize caring behaviours and behaviours that can be harmful to physical and mental health, and describe the feelings associated with each, as well as appropriate ways of responding, demonstrating an understanding of the importance of consentApply decision-making, assertiveness, and refusal skills; consider alternative coping strategies for stressful situations; think in advance about values, cultural beliefs, and personal choices; identify the pros and cons of both making a change and not making a change; be aware of peer pressure, conversational strategies, such as saying no strongly and clearly, giving reasons, changing the topic, making a joke, asking a questionOnline Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario4Health and Physical EducationD2.3Demonstrate the ability to recognize caring behaviours and behaviours that can be harmful to physical and mental health, and describe the feelings associated with each, as well as appropriate ways of responding, demonstrating an understanding of the importance of consentApply decision-making, assertiveness, and refusal skills; consider alternative coping strategies for stressful situations; think in advance about values, cultural beliefs, and personal choices; identify the pros and cons of both making a change and not making a change; be aware of peer pressure, conversational strategies, such as saying no strongly and clearly, giving reasons, changing the topic, making a joke, asking a question10 Immutable Rules
#9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario4LanguageA2.1Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaExplain their rights and responsibilities when interacting online with appropriate permission, and make decisions that contribute positively to the development of their digital identity and those of their communitiesCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 3
Ontario4LanguageA2.1Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaExplain their rights and responsibilities when interacting online with appropriate permission, and make decisions that contribute positively to the development of their digital identity and those of their communities10 Immutable Rules
#9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario4LanguageA2.2Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of how to navigate online environments safely, manage their privacy and personal data, and interact in a way that supports their well-being and that of others, including seeking appropriate permissionCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 3
Ontario4LanguageA2.2Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of how to navigate online environments safely, manage their privacy and personal data, and interact in a way that supports their well-being and that of others, including seeking appropriate permission10 Immutable Rules #2: Privacy policies can’t always be trusted, but they can be tested.
Ontario4LanguageA2.3Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaGather, evaluate, and use information, considering various perspectives, to construct knowledge and demonstrate learningCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 2 Day 3
Ontario4LanguageA2.3Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaGather, evaluate, and use information, considering various perspectives, to construct knowledge and demonstrate learningThe C.R.I.S.P. Scan: Techniques To Identify Disinformation | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario4LanguageA2.3Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaGather, evaluate, and use information, considering various perspectives, to construct knowledge and demonstrate learning10 Immutable Rules #8: Convenience is still the enemy of security
Ontario4LanguageA2.7Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaCommunicate and collaborate with various communities in a safe, respectful, responsible, and inclusive manner when using online platforms and environments, including digital and media tools, and demonstrate cultural awareness with members of the communityCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2
Ontario4LanguageA2.7Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaCommunicate and collaborate with various communities in a safe, respectful, responsible, and inclusive manner when using online platforms and environments, including digital and media tools, and demonstrate cultural awareness with members of the communityOnline Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario4LanguageA2.7Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaCommunicate and collaborate with various communities in a safe, respectful, responsible, and inclusive manner when using online platforms and environments, including digital and media tools, and demonstrate cultural awareness with members of the community10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario4Science and TechnologyA2.2Use coding in investigations and to model concepts, and assess the impact of coding and of emerging technologies on everyday lifeIdentify and describe impacts of coding and of emerging technologies on everyday life, including skilled tradesCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 5
Ontario4Science and TechnologyA2.2Use coding in investigations and to model concepts, and assess the impact of coding and of emerging technologies on everyday lifeIdentify and describe impacts of coding and of emerging technologies on everyday life, including skilled tradesOnline Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario4Science and TechnologyA2.2Use coding in investigations and to model concepts, and assess the impact of coding and of emerging technologies on everyday lifeIdentify and describe impacts of coding and of emerging technologies on everyday life, including skilled trades10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Ontario4Science and TechnologyA3.1Demonstrate an understanding of the practical applications of science and technology, and of contributions to science and technology from people with diverse lived experiencesDescribe practical applications of science and technology concepts in various occupations, including skilled trades, and how these applications address real-world problemsBecome A Cybersecurity Pro | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario4Science and TechnologyA3.1Demonstrate an understanding of the practical applications of science and technology, and of contributions to science and technology from people with diverse lived experiencesDescribe practical applications of science and technology concepts in various occupations, including skilled trades, and how these applications address real-world problemsCybersecurity Careers | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario4Science and TechnologyA3.1Demonstrate an understanding of the practical applications of science and technology, and of contributions to science and technology from people with diverse lived experiencesDescribe practical applications of science and technology concepts in various occupations, including skilled trades, and how these applications address real-world problems10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Ontario4Science and TechnologyA3.2Demonstrate an understanding of the practical applications of science and technology, and of contributions to science and technology from people with diverse lived experiencesinvestigate how science and technology can be used with other subject areas to address real-world problems10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
British Columbia4Applied Designs, Skills, and TechnologiesApplied Skills• Use materials, tools, and technologies in a safe manner, and with an awareness of the safety of others, in both physical and digital environmentsStudents are expected to use the learning standards for Curricular Competencies from Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies 4-5 in combination with grade-level content from other areas of learning in cross-curricular activities to develop foundational mindsets and skills in design thinking and making7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
British Columbia4Applied Designs, Skills, and TechnologiesApplied Technologies• Use familiar tools and technologies to extend their capabilities when completing a task
• Choose appropriate technologies to use for specific tasks
• Demonstrate a willingness to learn new technologies as needed
Students are expected to use the learning standards for Curricular Competencies from Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies 4-5 in combination with grade-level content from other areas of learning in cross-curricular activities to develop foundational mindsets and skills in design thinking and making7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
British Columbia4Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Describe and apply strategies that promote a safe and caring environment
• Describe and apply strategies for developing and maintaining positive relationships
• Identify and describe avoidance or assertiveness strategies to use in unsafe and/or uncomfortable situations
• Describe and assess strategies for responding to discrimination, stereotyping, and bullying
• Media messaging and body image
• Strategies and skills to use in potentially hazardous, unsafe or abusive situations, including identifying common lures or tricks used by potential abusers
• Strategies for responding to bullying, discrimination, and violence
• Potential effects of psychoactive substance use, and strategies for preventing personal harm
• Factors that influence self-identity, including body image and social media
7 Cyber Savvy Skills #3: Don’t let anyone know you better than you know them
British Columbia4Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Describe and apply strategies that promote a safe and caring environment
• Describe and apply strategies for developing and maintaining positive relationships
• Identify and describe avoidance or assertiveness strategies to use in unsafe and/or uncomfortable situations
• Describe and assess strategies for responding to discrimination, stereotyping, and bullying
• Media messaging and body image
• Strategies and skills to use in potentially hazardous, unsafe or abusive situations, including identifying common lures or tricks used by potential abusers
• Strategies for responding to bullying, discrimination, and violence
• Potential effects of psychoactive substance use, and strategies for preventing personal harm
• Factors that influence self-identity, including body image and social media
7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
British Columbia4Applied Designs, Skills, and TechnologiesApplied Skills• Use materials, tools, and technologies in a safe manner, and with an awareness of the safety of others, in both physical and digital environmentsStudents are expected to use the learning standards for Curricular Competencies from Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies 4-5 in combination with grade-level content from other areas of learning in cross-curricular activities to develop foundational mindsets and skills in design thinking and making.Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2, Week 4 Day 5
British Columbia4Applied Designs, Skills, and TechnologiesApplied Technologies• Use familiar tools and technologies to extend their capabilities when completing a task
• Choose appropriate technologies to use for specific tasks
• Demonstrate a willingness to learn new technologies as needed
Students are expected to use the learning standards for Curricular Competencies from Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies 4-5 in combination with grade-level content from other areas of learning in cross-curricular activities to develop foundational mindsets and skills in design thinking and makingOnline Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
British Columbia4Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Describe and apply strategies that promote a safe and caring environment
• Describe and apply strategies for developing and maintaining positive relationships
• Identify and describe avoidance or assertiveness strategies to use in unsafe and/or uncomfortable situations
• Describe and assess strategies for responding to discrimination, stereotyping, and bullying
• Media messaging and body image
• Strategies and skills to use in potentially hazardous, unsafe or abusive situations, including identifying common lures or tricks used by potential abusers
• Strategies for responding to bullying, discrimination, and violence
• Potential effects of psychoactive substance use, and strategies for preventing personal harm
• Factors that influence self-identity, including body image and social media
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 3 Day 3, 5
British Columbia4Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Describe and apply strategies that promote a safe and caring environment
• Describe and apply strategies for developing and maintaining positive relationships
• Identify and describe avoidance or assertiveness strategies to use in unsafe and/or uncomfortable situations
• Describe and assess strategies for responding to discrimination, stereotyping, and bullying
• Media messaging and body image
• Strategies and skills to use in potentially hazardous, unsafe or abusive situations, including identifying common lures or tricks used by potential abusers
• Strategies for responding to bullying, discrimination, and violence
• Potential effects of psychoactive substance use, and strategies for preventing personal harm
• Factors that influence self-identity, including body image and social media
Pink Shirt Day – Anti-Online Bullying Awareness | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
British Columbia4Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Describe and apply strategies that promote a safe and caring environment
• Describe and apply strategies for developing and maintaining positive relationships
• Identify and describe avoidance or assertiveness strategies to use in unsafe and/or uncomfortable situations
• Describe and assess strategies for responding to discrimination, stereotyping, and bullying
• Media messaging and body image
• Strategies and skills to use in potentially hazardous, unsafe or abusive situations, including identifying common lures or tricks used by potential abusers
• Strategies for responding to bullying, discrimination, and violence
• Potential effects of psychoactive substance use, and strategies for preventing personal harm
• Factors that influence self-identity, including body image and social media
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
British Columbia4Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Describe and apply strategies that promote a safe and caring environment
• Describe and apply strategies for developing and maintaining positive relationships
• Identify and describe avoidance or assertiveness strategies to use in unsafe and/or uncomfortable situations
• Describe and assess strategies for responding to discrimination, stereotyping, and bullying
• Media messaging and body image
• Strategies and skills to use in potentially hazardous, unsafe or abusive situations, including identifying common lures or tricks used by potential abusers
• Strategies for responding to bullying, discrimination, and violence
• Potential effects of psychoactive substance use, and strategies for preventing personal harm
• Factors that influence self-identity, including body image and social media
10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta4ScienceKnowledgen/a• Artifacts are objects or products made by humans, machines, or computers through the process of design
• Design can deal with complex problems
7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Alberta4ScienceKnowledgen/a• Bullying is repeated, deliberate, and targeted behaviour with intent to harm.
• Bullying behaviour can be seen or experienced: verbally, socially, relationally, physically, digitally
7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Alberta4ScienceUnderstandingn/aIndividuals have the right to live in healthy, safe, and bully-free environments7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Alberta4Health and Physical EducationSkills and Proceduresn/a• Recognize harmful bullying behaviours
• Identify actions that can be taken when bullying occurs
7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Alberta4ScienceKnowledgen/a• Artifacts are objects or products made by humans, machines, or computers through the process of design
• Design can deal with complex problems
10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta4ScienceKnowledgen/a• Bullying is repeated, deliberate, and targeted behaviour with intent to harm.
• Bullying behaviour can be seen or experienced: verbally, socially, relationally, physically, digitally
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 4 Day 3
Alberta4ScienceKnowledgen/a• Bullying is repeated, deliberate, and targeted behaviour with intent to harm.
• Bullying behaviour can be seen or experienced: verbally, socially, relationally, physically, digitally
Pink Shirt Day – Anti-Online Bullying Awareness | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta4ScienceKnowledgen/a• Bullying is repeated, deliberate, and targeted behaviour with intent to harm.
• Bullying behaviour can be seen or experienced: verbally, socially, relationally, physically, digitally
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta4ScienceUnderstandingn/aIndividuals have the right to live in healthy, safe, and bully-free environmentsCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 4 Day 3
Alberta4ScienceUnderstandingn/aIndividuals have the right to live in healthy, safe, and bully-free environmentsPink Shirt Day – Anti-Online Bullying Awareness | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta4ScienceUnderstandingn/aIndividuals have the right to live in healthy, safe, and bully-free environments10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta4Health and Physical EducationSkills and Proceduresn/a• Recognize harmful bullying behaviours
• Identify actions that can be taken when bullying occurs
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 4 Day 3
Alberta4Health and Physical EducationSkills and Proceduresn/a• Recognize harmful bullying behaviours
• Identify actions that can be taken when bullying occurs
Pink Shirt Day – Anti-Online Bullying Awareness | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta4Health and Physical EducationSkills and Proceduresn/a• Recognize harmful bullying behaviours
• Identify actions that can be taken when bullying occurs
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Nova Scotia4Health and Physical EducationOutcome 3Students will demonstrate ways to be safe at school and in the community• Identify and discuss a variety of ways to play safe in school and community (PCD, COM, CT, CZ)
• Identify and discuss what is personal information (PCD, COM, CT, CZ)
• Identify and describe various scenarios in which it would be safe to share personal information and scenarios in which it would not be safe (PCD, COM, CT, CZ, TF)
7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Nova Scotia4Health and Physical EducationADemonstrate positive self-identity that effectively enables them to manage their health, relationships, and interactions with the world1.3 – Demonstrate an awareness that values are an integral part in making healthy decisions and fostering healthy behaviour7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
Nova Scotia4Health and Physical EducationBThink critically and make informed decisions to enhance health of self, those around oneself, and within a global context3.2 – Analyze how marketing impacts health7 Cyber Savvy Skills #2 : Don’t tolerate ads
Nova Scotia4Information and Communication TechnologyDC.2Students will be expected to follow best practices of active digital citizenship as they participate in and contribute to local, national, and global communitiesDC2.2.4 – Students will be expected to follow, with teacher assistance, ethical and responsible online digital citizenship by
• presenting information accurately
• respecting personal privacy and safety
• choosing appropriate language for the intended audience and purpose
7 Cyber Savvy Skills #2 : Don’t tolerate ads
Nova Scotia4Health and Physical EducationOutcome 3Students will demonstrate ways to be safe at school and in the community• Identify and discuss a variety of ways to play safe in school and community (PCD, COM, CT, CZ)
• Identify and discuss what is personal information (PCD, COM, CT, CZ)
• Identify and describe various scenarios in which it would be safe to share personal information and scenarios in which it would not be safe (PCD, COM, CT, CZ, TF)
Cyberday Lesson PlanCyberday Lesson Plan: Grades 4-8 Week 1 Day 3
Nova Scotia4Health and Physical EducationOutcome 3Students will demonstrate ways to be safe at school and in the community• Identify and discuss a variety of ways to play safe in school and community (PCD, COM, CT, CZ)
• Identify and discuss what is personal information (PCD, COM, CT, CZ)
• Identify and describe various scenarios in which it would be safe to share personal information and scenarios in which it would not be safe (PCD, COM, CT, CZ, TF)
Online Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Nova Scotia4Health and Physical EducationOutcome 3Students will demonstrate ways to be safe at school and in the community• Identify and discuss a variety of ways to play safe in school and community (PCD, COM, CT, CZ)
• Identify and discuss what is personal information (PCD, COM, CT, CZ)
• Identify and describe various scenarios in which it would be safe to share personal information and scenarios in which it would not be safe (PCD, COM, CT, CZ, TF)
10 Immutable Rules #3: When data-hoarding fiends go rogue, play secret agent
Nova Scotia4Health and Physical EducationADemonstrate positive self-identity that effectively enables them to manage their health, relationships, and interactions with the world1.3 – Demonstrate an awareness that values are an integral part in making healthy decisions and fostering healthy behaviourCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 2 Day 2
Nova Scotia4Health and Physical EducationADemonstrate positive self-identity that effectively enables them to manage their health, relationships, and interactions with the world1.3 – Demonstrate an awareness that values are an integral part in making healthy decisions and fostering healthy behaviour10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Nova Scotia4Health and Physical EducationBThink critically and make informed decisions to enhance health of self, those around oneself, and within a global context3.2 – Analyze how marketing impacts health10 Immutable Rules #1: In the digital world, practice zero tolerance for ads
Nova Scotia4Information and Communication TechnologyDC.2Students will be expected to follow best practices of active digital citizenship as they participate in and contribute to local, national, and global communitiesDC2.2.4 – Students will be expected to follow, with teacher assistance, ethical and responsible online digital citizenship by
• presenting information accurately
• respecting personal privacy and safety
• choosing appropriate language for the intended audience and purpose
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 3, Week 3 Day 2
Nova Scotia4Information and Communication TechnologyDC.2Students will be expected to follow best practices of active digital citizenship as they participate in and contribute to local, national, and global communitiesDC2.2.4 – Students will be expected to follow, with teacher assistance, ethical and responsible online digital citizenship by
• presenting information accurately
• respecting personal privacy and safety
• choosing appropriate language for the intended audience and purpose
The C.R.I.S.P. Scan: Techniques To Identify Disinformation | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Nova Scotia4Information and Communication TechnologyDC.2Students will be expected to follow best practices of active digital citizenship as they participate in and contribute to local, national, and global communitiesDC2.2.4 – Students will be expected to follow, with teacher assistance, ethical and responsible online digital citizenship by
• presenting information accurately
• respecting personal privacy and safety
• choosing appropriate language for the intended audience and purpose
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
New Brunswick4Personal WellnessGCO 1Students will make responsible and informed choices to promote and maintain a healthy lifestyleSCO 1.6 – Safety strategies (buddy system; trusting your instinct, etc.); safe adults; respecting boundaries; potentially dangerous situations: outdoor activities, safe use of technology; concussion awareness7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
New Brunswick4Health and Physical EducationGCO 3Students will develop knowledge, skills and values required to achieve and maintain well-beingSCO 3.1 – Factors that affect motivation for participating in activity; persistence and effort; positive social interaction (communication, cooperation, respect); verbal and non-verbal cues for improving movement skills and patterns7 Cyber Savvy Skills #7 : Don’t forget you have control
New Brunswick4Personal WellnessGCO 1Students will make responsible and informed choices to promote and maintain a healthy lifestyleSCO 1.6 – Safety strategies (buddy system; trusting your instinct, etc.); safe adults; respecting boundaries; potentially dangerous situations: outdoor activities, safe use of technology; concussion awareness10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
New Brunswick4Health and Physical EducationGCO 3Students will develop knowledge, skills and values required to achieve and maintain well-beingSCO 3.1 – Factors that affect motivation for participating in activity; persistence and effort; positive social interaction (communication, cooperation, respect); verbal and non-verbal cues for improving movement skills and patternsCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 2 Day 1
New Brunswick4Health and Physical EducationGCO 3Students will develop knowledge, skills and values required to achieve and maintain well-beingSCO 3.1 – Factors that affect motivation for participating in activity; persistence and effort; positive social interaction (communication, cooperation, respect); verbal and non-verbal cues for improving movement skills and patternsOnline Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
New Brunswick4Health and Physical EducationGCO 3Students will develop knowledge, skills and values required to achieve and maintain well-beingSCO 3.1 – Factors that affect motivation for participating in activity; persistence and effort; positive social interaction (communication, cooperation, respect); verbal and non-verbal cues for improving movement skills and patterns10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario5Health and Physical EducationA1.4Apply skills that help them build relationships, develop empathy, and communicate with others as they participate in learning experiences in health and physical education, in order to support healthy relationships, a sense of belonging, and respect for diversityHealthy Living: Show respect for others by giving classmates encouragement and praise and by avoiding behaviours such as calling people names or excluding them; show respect for cultural and all other forms of diversityCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 4 Day 3
Ontario5Health and Physical EducationA1.4Apply skills that help them build relationships, develop empathy, and communicate with others as they participate in learning experiences in health and physical education, in order to support healthy relationships, a sense of belonging, and respect for diversityHealthy Living: Show respect for others by giving classmates encouragement and praise and by avoiding behaviours such as calling people names or excluding them; show respect for cultural and all other forms of diversityPink Shirt Day – Anti-Online Bullying Awareness | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario5Health and Physical EducationA1.4Apply skills that help them build relationships, develop empathy, and communicate with others as they participate in learning experiences in health and physical education, in order to support healthy relationships, a sense of belonging, and respect for diversityHealthy Living: Show respect for others by giving classmates encouragement and praise and by avoiding behaviours such as calling people names or excluding them; show respect for cultural and all other forms of diversity10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario5Health and Physical EducationD2.3Demonstrate the ability to recognize caring behaviours and behaviours that can be harmful to physical and mental health, and describe the feelings associated with each, as well as appropriate ways of responding, demonstrating an understanding of the importance of consentDemonstrate the ability to apply decision-making, assertiveness, and refusal skills to deal with pressures pertaining to alcohol use or other behaviours that could later lead to addiction (e.g., smoking, vaping, drug use, gambling, video game use)Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 3 Day 3, 5
Ontario5Health and Physical EducationD2.3Demonstrate the ability to recognize caring behaviours and behaviours that can be harmful to physical and mental health, and describe the feelings associated with each, as well as appropriate ways of responding, demonstrating an understanding of the importance of consentDemonstrate the ability to apply decision-making, assertiveness, and refusal skills to deal with pressures pertaining to alcohol use or other behaviours that could later lead to addiction (e.g., smoking, vaping, drug use, gambling, video game use)10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario5LanguageA2.1Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaAbility to explain their rights and responsibilities when interacting online with appropriate permission, and make decisions that contribute positively to the development of their digital identity and those of their communitiesCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 3
Ontario5LanguageA2.1Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaAbility to explain their rights and responsibilities when interacting online with appropriate permission, and make decisions that contribute positively to the development of their digital identity and those of their communitiesOnline Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario5LanguageA2.1Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaAbility to explain their rights and responsibilities when interacting online with appropriate permission, and make decisions that contribute positively to the development of their digital identity and those of their communities10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario5LanguageA2.2Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of how to navigate online environments safely, manage their privacy and personal data, and interact in a way that supports their well-being and that of others, including seeking appropriate permissionCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 5
Ontario5LanguageA2.2Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of how to navigate online environments safely, manage their privacy and personal data, and interact in a way that supports their well-being and that of others, including seeking appropriate permissionOnline Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario5LanguageA2.2Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of how to navigate online environments safely, manage their privacy and personal data, and interact in a way that supports their well-being and that of others, including seeking appropriate permission10 Immutable Rules #2: Privacy policies can’t always be trusted, but they can be tested.
Ontario5LanguageA2.3Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaGather, evaluate, and use information, considering various perspectives, to construct knowledge and demonstrate learningCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 2 Day 3
Ontario5LanguageA2.3Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaGather, evaluate, and use information, considering various perspectives, to construct knowledge and demonstrate learningThe C.R.I.S.P. Scan: Techniques To Identify Disinformation | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario5LanguageA2.3Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaGather, evaluate, and use information, considering various perspectives, to construct knowledge and demonstrate learning10 Immutable Rules #6: Before you trust, investigate that link
Ontario5LanguageA2.7Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaAbility to communicate and collaborate with various communities in a safe, respectful, responsible, and inclusive manner when using online platforms and environments, including digital and media tools, and demonstrate cultural awareness with members of the communityCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2
Ontario5LanguageA2.7Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaAbility to communicate and collaborate with various communities in a safe, respectful, responsible, and inclusive manner when using online platforms and environments, including digital and media tools, and demonstrate cultural awareness with members of the community10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario5Science and TechnologyA3.1Demonstrate an understanding of the practical applications of science and technology, and of contributions to science and technology from people with diverse lived experiencesAbility to describe practical applications of science and technology concepts in various occupations, including skilled trades, and how these applications address real-world problems10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Ontario5Science and TechnologyA3.2Demonstrate an understanding of the practical applications of science and technology, and of contributions to science and technology from people with diverse lived experiencesAbility to investigate how science and technology can be used with other subject areas to address real-world problems10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
British Columbia5Applied Designs, Skills, and TechnologiesApplied Skills• Use materials, tools, and technologies in a safe manner, and with an awareness of the safety of others, in both physical and digital environmentsStudents are expected to use the learning standards for Curricular Competencies from Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies 4-5 in combination with grade-level content from other areas of learning in cross-curricular activities to develop foundational mindsets and skills in design thinking and making.Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2, Week 4 Day 5
British Columbia5Applied Designs, Skills, and TechnologiesApplied Skills• Use materials, tools, and technologies in a safe manner, and with an awareness of the safety of others, in both physical and digital environmentsStudents are expected to use the learning standards for Curricular Competencies from Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies 4-5 in combination with grade-level content from other areas of learning in cross-curricular activities to develop foundational mindsets and skills in design thinking and making.Online Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
British Columbia5Applied Designs, Skills, and TechnologiesApplied Skills• Use materials, tools, and technologies in a safe manner, and with an awareness of the safety of others, in both physical and digital environmentsStudents are expected to use the learning standards for Curricular Competencies from Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies 4-5 in combination with grade-level content from other areas of learning in cross-curricular activities to develop foundational mindsets and skills in design thinking and making.10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
British Columbia5Applied Designs, Skills, and TechnologiesApplied Technologies• Use familiar tools and technologies to extend their capabilities when completing a task
• Choose appropriate technologies to use for specific tasks
• Demonstrate a willingness to learn new technologies as needed
Students are expected to use the learning standards for Curricular Competencies from Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies 4-5 in combination with grade-level content from other areas of learning in cross-curricular activities to develop foundational mindsets and skills in design thinking and making.Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2, Week 4 Day 5
British Columbia5Applied Designs, Skills, and TechnologiesApplied Technologies• Use familiar tools and technologies to extend their capabilities when completing a task
• Choose appropriate technologies to use for specific tasks
• Demonstrate a willingness to learn new technologies as needed
Students are expected to use the learning standards for Curricular Competencies from Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies 4-5 in combination with grade-level content from other areas of learning in cross-curricular activities to develop foundational mindsets and skills in design thinking and making.Online Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
British Columbia5Applied Designs, Skills, and TechnologiesApplied Technologies• Use familiar tools and technologies to extend their capabilities when completing a task
• Choose appropriate technologies to use for specific tasks
• Demonstrate a willingness to learn new technologies as needed
Students are expected to use the learning standards for Curricular Competencies from Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies 4-5 in combination with grade-level content from other areas of learning in cross-curricular activities to develop foundational mindsets and skills in design thinking and making.10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
British Columbia5Health and Physical EducationApplied SkillsDemonstrate an awareness of precautionary and emergency safety procedures in both physical and digital environments
• Internet safety
• Digital self-image, citizenship, relationships, and communication
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2, Week 4 Day 3
British Columbia5Health and Physical EducationApplied SkillsDemonstrate an awareness of precautionary and emergency safety procedures in both physical and digital environments
• Internet safety
• Digital self-image, citizenship, relationships, and communication
Pink Shirt Day – Anti-Online Bullying Awareness | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
British Columbia5Health and Physical EducationApplied SkillsDemonstrate an awareness of precautionary and emergency safety procedures in both physical and digital environments
• Internet safety
• Digital self-image, citizenship, relationships, and communication
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
British Columbia5Applied Designs, Skills, and TechnologiesApplied Technologies• Use familiar tools and technologies to extend their capabilities when completing a task
• Choose appropriate technologies to use for specific tasks
• Demonstrate a willingness to learn new technologies as needed
Students are expected to use the learning standards for Curricular Competencies from Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies 4-5 in combination with grade-level content from other areas of learning in cross-curricular activities to develop foundational mindsets and skills in design thinking and making.Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2, Week 4 Day 3
British Columbia5Applied Designs, Skills, and TechnologiesApplied Technologies• Use familiar tools and technologies to extend their capabilities when completing a task
• Choose appropriate technologies to use for specific tasks
• Demonstrate a willingness to learn new technologies as needed
Students are expected to use the learning standards for Curricular Competencies from Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies 4-5 in combination with grade-level content from other areas of learning in cross-curricular activities to develop foundational mindsets and skills in design thinking and making.Pink Shirt Day – Anti-Online Bullying Awareness | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
British Columbia5Applied Designs, Skills, and TechnologiesApplied Technologies• Use familiar tools and technologies to extend their capabilities when completing a task
• Choose appropriate technologies to use for specific tasks
• Demonstrate a willingness to learn new technologies as needed
Students are expected to use the learning standards for Curricular Competencies from Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies 4-5 in combination with grade-level content from other areas of learning in cross-curricular activities to develop foundational mindsets and skills in design thinking and making.10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
British Columbia5Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Identify and describe strategies for avoiding and/or responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitive situations
• Describe and apply strategies that promote a safe (and caring) environment
• Describe and apply strategies for developing and maintaining healthy relationships
Demonstrate strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings factors influencing use of psychoactive substances, and potential harmsCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 2 Day 2, Week 3 Day 3, 5
British Columbia5Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Identify and describe strategies for avoiding and/or responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitive situations
• Describe and apply strategies that promote a safe (and caring) environment
• Describe and apply strategies for developing and maintaining healthy relationships
Demonstrate strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings factors influencing use of psychoactive substances, and potential harmsSextortion Scam Awareness: What Teens Need To Know | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
British Columbia5Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Identify and describe strategies for avoiding and/or responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitive situations
• Describe and apply strategies that promote a safe (and caring) environment
• Describe and apply strategies for developing and maintaining healthy relationships
Demonstrate strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings factors influencing use of psychoactive substances, and potential harms10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
British Columbia5Health and Physical EducationHealthy and Activity Living• Describe the impacts of personal choices on health and well-being
• Describe and assess strategies for promoting mental well-being, for self and others
Ability to identify marketing and advertising tactics aimed at children and youth, including those involving food and supplementsCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 2 Day 2
British Columbia5Health and Physical EducationHealthy and Activity Living• Describe the impacts of personal choices on health and well-being
• Describe and assess strategies for promoting mental well-being, for self and others
Ability to identify marketing and advertising tactics aimed at children and youth, including those involving food and supplements10 Immutable Rules #1: In the digital world, practice zero tolerance for ads
Alberta5Science and TechnologyKnowledgen/aUnderstand that a computational artifact is anything created by a human using a computer, such as computer programs, code, images, audio, video, presentations, web pages10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta5Health and Physical EducationKnowledgen/a• Responsibility includes clearly requesting, obtaining, giving, or refusing consent
• Digital citizenship (responsible conduct and safety)
• Responsibility includes respecting the acceptance or refusal of consent from another
• Decisions related to substance use can be influenced by a variety of factors, such as media, peer influence, marketing
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2, Week 3 Day 5
Alberta5Health and Physical EducationKnowledgen/a• Responsibility includes clearly requesting, obtaining, giving, or refusing consent
• Digital citizenship (responsible conduct and safety)
• Responsibility includes respecting the acceptance or refusal of consent from another
• Decisions related to substance use can be influenced by a variety of factors, such as media, peer influence, marketing
Online Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta5Health and Physical EducationKnowledgen/a• Responsibility includes clearly requesting, obtaining, giving, or refusing consent
• Digital citizenship (responsible conduct and safety)
• Responsibility includes respecting the acceptance or refusal of consent from another
• Decisions related to substance use can be influenced by a variety of factors, such as media, peer influence, marketing
10 Immutable Rules #1: In the digital world, practice zero tolerance for ads
Alberta5Health and Physical EducationKnowledgen/a• Responsibility includes clearly requesting, obtaining, giving, or refusing consent
• Digital citizenship (responsible conduct and safety)
• Responsibility includes respecting the acceptance or refusal of consent from another
• Decisions related to substance use can be influenced by a variety of factors, such as media, peer influence, marketing
10 Immutable Rules #2: Privacy policies can’t always be trusted, but they can be tested.
Alberta5Health and Physical EducationUnderstandingn/aPersonal actions and decisions can affect physical, social-emotional, and financial well-beingCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 4 Day 3
Alberta5Health and Physical EducationUnderstandingn/aPersonal actions and decisions can affect physical, social-emotional, and financial well-being10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta5Health and Physical EducationSkills and Proceduresn/a• Reflect on how the results or consequences of personal actions and decisions can affect the well-being of self and others
• Examine the impacts of a variety of factors on personal actions and decisions
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 4 Day 3
Alberta5Health and Physical EducationSkills and Proceduresn/a• Reflect on how the results or consequences of personal actions and decisions can affect the well-being of self and others
• Examine the impacts of a variety of factors on personal actions and decisions
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Nova Scotia5Health and Physical EducationOutcome 3Students will demonstrate ways to be safe at school and in the community• Identify and discuss a variety of ways to play safe in school and community (PCD, COM, CT, CZ)
• Identify and discuss what is personal information (PCD, COM, CT, CZ)
• Identify and describe various scenarios in which it would be safe to share personal information and scenarios in which it would not be safe (PCD, COM, CT, CZ, TF)
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 3
Nova Scotia5Health and Physical EducationOutcome 3Students will demonstrate ways to be safe at school and in the community• Identify and discuss a variety of ways to play safe in school and community (PCD, COM, CT, CZ)
• Identify and discuss what is personal information (PCD, COM, CT, CZ)
• Identify and describe various scenarios in which it would be safe to share personal information and scenarios in which it would not be safe (PCD, COM, CT, CZ, TF)
Online Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Nova Scotia5Health and Physical EducationOutcome 3Students will demonstrate ways to be safe at school and in the community• Identify and discuss a variety of ways to play safe in school and community (PCD, COM, CT, CZ)
• Identify and discuss what is personal information (PCD, COM, CT, CZ)
• Identify and describe various scenarios in which it would be safe to share personal information and scenarios in which it would not be safe (PCD, COM, CT, CZ, TF)
10 Immutable Rules #3: When data-hoarding fiends go rogue, play secret agent
Nova Scotia5Health and Physical EducationBThink critically and make informed decisions to enhance health of self, those around oneself, and within a global context3.1 – Healthy Community: Assess sources of information via the Internet for safety and reliability, and practise ways to enhance safe use of the InternetCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 3 Day 5
Nova Scotia5Health and Physical EducationBThink critically and make informed decisions to enhance health of self, those around oneself, and within a global context3.1 – Healthy Community: Assess sources of information via the Internet for safety and reliability, and practise ways to enhance safe use of the InternetThe C.R.I.S.P. Scan: Techniques To Identify Disinformation | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Nova Scotia5Health and Physical EducationBThink critically and make informed decisions to enhance health of self, those around oneself, and within a global context3.1 – Healthy Community: Assess sources of information via the Internet for safety and reliability, and practise ways to enhance safe use of the Internet10 Immutable Rules #6: Before you trust, investigate that link
Nova Scotia5ScienceAppreciation of Sciencen/a410 – Realize that the applications of science and technology can have both intended and unintended effects10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Nova Scotia5ScienceStewardshipn/a419 – Be sensitive to and develop a sense of responsibility for the welfare of other people, other living things, and the environment
• choose to have a positive effect on other people and the world around them
• frequently and thoughtfully review the effects and consequences of their actions
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 3
Nova Scotia5ScienceStewardshipn/a419 – Be sensitive to and develop a sense of responsibility for the welfare of other people, other living things, and the environment
• choose to have a positive effect on other people and the world around them
• frequently and thoughtfully review the effects and consequences of their actions
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Nova Scotia5ScienceSafetyn/a421 – Be aware of potential dangersCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 2 Day 3
Nova Scotia5ScienceSafetyn/a421 – Be aware of potential dangersOnline Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Nova Scotia5ScienceSafetyn/a421 – Be aware of potential dangers10 Immutable Rules #6: Before you trust, investigate that link
Nova Scotia5ScienceSafetyn/a421 – Be aware of potential dangers10 Immutable Rules #7: Never reply to mysterious messages!
New Brunswick5Health and Physical EducationGCO 3Students will develop knowledge, skills and values required to achieve and maintain well-beingSCO 3.1 – Factors that affect motivation for participating in activity; persistence and effort; positive social interaction (communication, cooperation, respect); verbal and non-verbal cues for improving movement skills and patterns10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
New Brunswick5Personal WellnessGCO 1Students will make responsible and informed choices to promote and maintain a healthy lifestyleSCO 1.5 – Understand the implications of peer pressure; social media; cultural norms; traditions; addictions; use and misuse of substancesCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 2 Day 1
New Brunswick5Personal WellnessGCO 1Students will make responsible and informed choices to promote and maintain a healthy lifestyleSCO 1.5 – Understand the implications of peer pressure; social media; cultural norms; traditions; addictions; use and misuse of substancesPink Shirt Day – Anti-Online Bullying Awareness | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
New Brunswick5Personal WellnessGCO 1Students will make responsible and informed choices to promote and maintain a healthy lifestyleSCO 1.5 – Understand the implications of peer pressure; social media; cultural norms; traditions; addictions; use and misuse of substances10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
New Brunswick5Personal WellnessGCO 1Students will make responsible and informed choices to promote and maintain a healthy lifestyleSCO 1.6 – Safety strategies (buddy system; trusting your instinct, etc.); safe adults; respecting boundaries; potentially dangerous situations: outdoor activities, safe use of technology; concussion awarenessCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 2 Day 1
New Brunswick5Personal WellnessGCO 1Students will make responsible and informed choices to promote and maintain a healthy lifestyleSCO 1.6 – Safety strategies (buddy system; trusting your instinct, etc.); safe adults; respecting boundaries; potentially dangerous situations: outdoor activities, safe use of technology; concussion awarenessOnline Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
New Brunswick5Personal WellnessGCO 1Students will make responsible and informed choices to promote and maintain a healthy lifestyleSCO 1.6 – Safety strategies (buddy system; trusting your instinct, etc.); safe adults; respecting boundaries; potentially dangerous situations: outdoor activities, safe use of technology; concussion awareness10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
New Brunswick5TechnologyGCO 2Students will practice critical thinking and problem solving skillsSCO 2.1 – Students will investigate and solve technological problems10 Immutable Rules #6: Before you trust, investigate that link
New Brunswick5TechnologyGCO 2Students will practice critical thinking and problem solving skillsSCO 2.1 – Students will investigate and solve technological problems10 Immutable Rules #6: Before you trust, investigate that link
New Brunswick5TechnologyGCO 2Students will practice critical thinking and problem solving skillsSCO 2.3 – Students will work in teams to solve problems10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
New Brunswick5TechnologyGCO 2Students will practice critical thinking and problem solving skillsSCO 2.4 – Students will investigate and demonstrate the relationship between technology and society10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
New Brunswick5TechnologyGCO 3Students will practice responsible citizenshipSCO 3.1 – Students will demonstrate an awareness of human, cultural, and societal issues related to technology10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario6Health and Physical EducationD2.3Demonstrate the ability to recognize caring behaviours and behaviours that can be harmful to physical and mental health, and describe the feelings associated with each, as well as appropriate ways of responding, demonstrating an understanding of the importance of consentDemonstrate the ability to apply decision-making, assertiveness, and refusal skills to deal with pressures pertaining to alcohol use or other behaviours that could later lead to addiction (e.g., smoking, vaping, drug use, gambling, video game use)Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 3 Day 3, 5
Ontario6Health and Physical EducationD2.3Demonstrate the ability to recognize caring behaviours and behaviours that can be harmful to physical and mental health, and describe the feelings associated with each, as well as appropriate ways of responding, demonstrating an understanding of the importance of consentDemonstrate the ability to apply decision-making, assertiveness, and refusal skills to deal with pressures pertaining to alcohol use or other behaviours that could later lead to addiction (e.g., smoking, vaping, drug use, gambling, video game use)10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario6LanguageA2.1Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaAbility to explain their rights and responsibilities when interacting online with appropriate permission, and make decisions that contribute positively to the development of their digital identity and those of their communitiesCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 3
Ontario6LanguageA2.1Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaAbility to explain their rights and responsibilities when interacting online with appropriate permission, and make decisions that contribute positively to the development of their digital identity and those of their communitiesOnline Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario6LanguageA2.1Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaAbility to explain their rights and responsibilities when interacting online with appropriate permission, and make decisions that contribute positively to the development of their digital identity and those of their communities10 Immutable Rules #2: Privacy policies can’t always be trusted, but they can be tested.
Ontario6LanguageA2.2Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of how to navigate online environments safely, manage their privacy and personal data, and interact in a way that supports their well-being and that of others, including seeking appropriate permissionCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 5
Ontario6LanguageA2.2Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of how to navigate online environments safely, manage their privacy and personal data, and interact in a way that supports their well-being and that of others, including seeking appropriate permissionOnline Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario6LanguageA2.2Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of how to navigate online environments safely, manage their privacy and personal data, and interact in a way that supports their well-being and that of others, including seeking appropriate permission10 Immutable Rules #2: Privacy policies can’t always be trusted, but they can be tested.
Ontario6LanguageA2.3Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaGather, evaluate, and use information, considering various perspectives, to construct knowledge and demonstrate learningCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 2 Day 3
Ontario6LanguageA2.3Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaGather, evaluate, and use information, considering various perspectives, to construct knowledge and demonstrate learningThe C.R.I.S.P. Scan: Techniques To Identify Disinformation | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario6LanguageA2.3Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaGather, evaluate, and use information, considering various perspectives, to construct knowledge and demonstrate learning10 Immutable Rules #6: Before you trust, investigate that link
Ontario6LanguageA2.7Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaAbility to communicate and collaborate with various communities in a safe, respectful, responsible, and inclusive manner when using online platforms and environments, including digital and media tools, and demonstrate cultural awareness with members of the communityCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2
Ontario6LanguageA2.7Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaAbility to communicate and collaborate with various communities in a safe, respectful, responsible, and inclusive manner when using online platforms and environments, including digital and media tools, and demonstrate cultural awareness with members of the communityOnline Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario6Science and TechnologyA3.1Demonstrate an understanding of the practical applications of science and technology, and of contributions to science and technology from people with diverse lived experiencesAbility to describe practical applications of science and technology concepts in various occupations, including skilled trades, and how these applications address real-world problemsBecome A Cybersecurity Pro | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario6Science and TechnologyA3.1Demonstrate an understanding of the practical applications of science and technology, and of contributions to science and technology from people with diverse lived experiencesAbility to describe practical applications of science and technology concepts in various occupations, including skilled trades, and how these applications address real-world problemsCybersecurity Careers | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario6Science and TechnologyA3.1Demonstrate an understanding of the practical applications of science and technology, and of contributions to science and technology from people with diverse lived experiencesAbility to describe practical applications of science and technology concepts in various occupations, including skilled trades, and how these applications address real-world problems10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Ontario6Science and TechnologyA3.2Demonstrate an understanding of the practical applications of science and technology, and of contributions to science and technology from people with diverse lived experiencesAbility to investigate how science and technology can be used with other subject areas to address real-world problems10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
British Columbia6Applied Designs, Skills and TechnologiesApplied TechnologiesSelect, and as needed learn about, appropriate tools and technologies to extend their capability to complete a task• Computer system architecture, including hardware and software, network infrastructure (local), intranet/Internet, and personal communication devices
• Strategies for identifying and troubleshooting simple hardware and software problems
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2, Week 4 Day 5
British Columbia6Health and Physical EducationApplied SkillsDemonstrate an awareness of precautionary and emergency safety procedures in both physical and digital environments
Demonstrate understanding of internet safetyCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2
British Columbia6Health and Physical EducationApplied SkillsDemonstrate an awareness of precautionary and emergency safety procedures in both physical and digital environments
Demonstrate understanding of internet safety10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
British Columbia6Health and Physical EducationApplied TechnologiesIdentify the personal, social, and environmental impacts, including unintended negative consequences, of the choices they make about technology us• Demonstrate understanding of digital self-image, citizenship, relationships, and communication
• Understand legal and ethical considerations, including creative credit and copyright, and cyberbullying
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2
British Columbia6Health and Physical EducationApplied TechnologiesIdentify the personal, social, and environmental impacts, including unintended negative consequences, of the choices they make about technology us• Demonstrate understanding of digital self-image, citizenship, relationships, and communication
• Understand legal and ethical considerations, including creative credit and copyright, and cyberbullying
Pink Shirt Day – Anti-Online Bullying Awareness | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
British Columbia6Health and Physical EducationApplied TechnologiesIdentify the personal, social, and environmental impacts, including unintended negative consequences, of the choices they make about technology us• Demonstrate understanding of digital self-image, citizenship, relationships, and communication
• Understand legal and ethical considerations, including creative credit and copyright, and cyberbullying
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
British Columbia6Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Identify and describe strategies for avoiding and/or responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitive situations
• Describe and apply strategies that promote a safe (and caring) environment
• Describe and apply strategies for developing and maintaining healthy relationships
Demonstrate strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings factors influencing use of psychoactive substances, and potential harmsCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 2 Day 2, Week 3 Day 3, 5
British Columbia6Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Identify and describe strategies for avoiding and/or responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitive situations
• Describe and apply strategies that promote a safe (and caring) environment
• Describe and apply strategies for developing and maintaining healthy relationships
Demonstrate strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings factors influencing use of psychoactive substances, and potential harmsSextortion Scam Awareness: What Teens Need To Know | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
British Columbia6Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Identify and describe strategies for avoiding and/or responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitive situations
• Describe and apply strategies that promote a safe (and caring) environment
• Describe and apply strategies for developing and maintaining healthy relationships
Demonstrate strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings factors influencing use of psychoactive substances, and potential harms10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
British Columbia6Health and Physical EducationHealthy and Active Living• Describe the impacts of personal choices on health and well-being
• Describe and assess strategies for promoting mental well-being, for self and others
Understand marketing and advertising tactics aimed at children and youth, including those involving food and supplementsCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 2 Day 2
British Columbia6Health and Physical EducationHealthy and Active Living• Describe the impacts of personal choices on health and well-being
• Describe and assess strategies for promoting mental well-being, for self and others
Understand marketing and advertising tactics aimed at children and youth, including those involving food and supplements10 Immutable Rules #1: In the digital world, practice zero tolerance for ads
Alberta6ScienceKnowledgen/a•. Understand that the use of computers, coding, and technology can have impacts that are: personal, social, environmental, economic
• Impacts of computers, coding, or technology may be intentional or unintentional
10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta6ScienceSkills and Proceduresn/aPredict possible impacts of computers, coding, or technology10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta6Health and Physical EducationKnowledgen/a• Digital privacy is important to protect personal information.
• Individuals can seek assistance when experiencing unwanted attention, communication, or images.
• Safety risks associated with use of digital technology include
• intrusion of privacy, bullying, misinformation, inability to properly request, obtain, or give consent, exploitation
• The Internet and social media can expose an individual to unwanted communication or images and information.
• Sharing explicit or graphic images can have significant consequences, including being illegal under the Criminal Code of Canada
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 5, Week 3 Day 2
Alberta6Health and Physical EducationKnowledgen/a• Digital privacy is important to protect personal information.
• Individuals can seek assistance when experiencing unwanted attention, communication, or images.
• Safety risks associated with use of digital technology include
• intrusion of privacy, bullying, misinformation, inability to properly request, obtain, or give consent, exploitation
• The Internet and social media can expose an individual to unwanted communication or images and information.
• Sharing explicit or graphic images can have significant consequences, including being illegal under the Criminal Code of Canada
Sextortion Scam Awareness: What Teens Need To Know | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta6Health and Physical EducationKnowledgen/a• Digital privacy is important to protect personal information.
• Individuals can seek assistance when experiencing unwanted attention, communication, or images.
• Safety risks associated with use of digital technology include
• intrusion of privacy, bullying, misinformation, inability to properly request, obtain, or give consent, exploitation
• The Internet and social media can expose an individual to unwanted communication or images and information.
• Sharing explicit or graphic images can have significant consequences, including being illegal under the Criminal Code of Canada
Being Pseudonymous Online – Or Why You Should Lie Online! | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta6Health and Physical EducationKnowledgen/a• Digital privacy is important to protect personal information.
• Individuals can seek assistance when experiencing unwanted attention, communication, or images.
• Safety risks associated with use of digital technology include
• intrusion of privacy, bullying, misinformation, inability to properly request, obtain, or give consent, exploitation
• The Internet and social media can expose an individual to unwanted communication or images and information.
• Sharing explicit or graphic images can have significant consequences, including being illegal under the Criminal Code of Canada
Pink Shirt Day – Anti-Online Bullying Awareness | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta6Health and Physical EducationKnowledgen/a• Digital privacy is important to protect personal information.
• Individuals can seek assistance when experiencing unwanted attention, communication, or images.
• Safety risks associated with use of digital technology include
• intrusion of privacy, bullying, misinformation, inability to properly request, obtain, or give consent, exploitation
• The Internet and social media can expose an individual to unwanted communication or images and information.
• Sharing explicit or graphic images can have significant consequences, including being illegal under the Criminal Code of Canada
10 Immutable Rules #2: Privacy policies can’t always be trusted, but they can be tested.
Alberta6Health and Physical EducationKnowledgen/a• Digital privacy is important to protect personal information.
• Individuals can seek assistance when experiencing unwanted attention, communication, or images.
• Safety risks associated with use of digital technology include
• intrusion of privacy, bullying, misinformation, inability to properly request, obtain, or give consent, exploitation
• The Internet and social media can expose an individual to unwanted communication or images and information.
• Sharing explicit or graphic images can have significant consequences, including being illegal under the Criminal Code of Canada
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta6Health and Physical EducationUnderstandingn/aSafe online, digital technology, and social media practices can reduce riskCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 5
Alberta6Health and Physical EducationUnderstandingn/aSafe online, digital technology, and social media practices can reduce riskOnline Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta6Health and Physical EducationUnderstandingn/aSafe online, digital technology, and social media practices can reduce risk10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta6Health and Physical EducationSkills and Proceduresn/a• Assess safety and vulnerability risks associated with use of digital technology.
• Identify potential harms from online and social media use.
• Explain how to deal with unwanted attention, communication, or images
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 5
Alberta6Health and Physical EducationSkills and Proceduresn/a• Assess safety and vulnerability risks associated with use of digital technology.
• Identify potential harms from online and social media use.
• Explain how to deal with unwanted attention, communication, or images
10 Immutable Rules #7: Never reply to mysterious messages!
Alberta6Health and Physical EducationSkills and Proceduresn/a• Assess safety and vulnerability risks associated with use of digital technology.
• Identify potential harms from online and social media use.
• Explain how to deal with unwanted attention, communication, or images
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Nova Scotia6Health and Physical EducationOutcome 3Students will demonstrate ways to be safe at school and in the community• Identify and discuss a variety of ways to play safe in school and community (PCD, COM, CT, CZ)
• Identify and discuss what is personal information (PCD, COM, CT, CZ)
• Identify and describe various scenarios in which it would be safe to share personal information and scenarios in which it would not be safe (PCD, COM, CT, CZ, TF)
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 3
Nova Scotia6Health and Physical EducationOutcome 3Students will demonstrate ways to be safe at school and in the community• Identify and discuss a variety of ways to play safe in school and community (PCD, COM, CT, CZ)
• Identify and discuss what is personal information (PCD, COM, CT, CZ)
• Identify and describe various scenarios in which it would be safe to share personal information and scenarios in which it would not be safe (PCD, COM, CT, CZ, TF)
Online Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Nova Scotia6Health and Physical EducationOutcome 3Students will demonstrate ways to be safe at school and in the community• Identify and discuss a variety of ways to play safe in school and community (PCD, COM, CT, CZ)
• Identify and discuss what is personal information (PCD, COM, CT, CZ)
• Identify and describe various scenarios in which it would be safe to share personal information and scenarios in which it would not be safe (PCD, COM, CT, CZ, TF)
10 Immutable Rules #3: When data-hoarding fiends go rogue, play secret agent
Nova Scotia6Health and Physical EducationBThink critically and make informed decisions to enhance health of self, those around oneself, and within a global context3.1 – Healthy Community: Assess sources of information via the Internet for safety and reliability, and practise ways to enhance safe use of the InternetCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 3 Day 5
Nova Scotia6Health and Physical EducationBThink critically and make informed decisions to enhance health of self, those around oneself, and within a global context3.1 – Healthy Community: Assess sources of information via the Internet for safety and reliability, and practise ways to enhance safe use of the InternetThe C.R.I.S.P. Scan: Techniques To Identify Disinformation | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Nova Scotia6Health and Physical EducationBThink critically and make informed decisions to enhance health of self, those around oneself, and within a global context3.1 – Healthy Community: Assess sources of information via the Internet for safety and reliability, and practise ways to enhance safe use of the Internet10 Immutable Rules #6: Before you trust, investigate that link
Nova Scotia6ScienceStewardshipn/a419 – Be sensitive to and develop a sense of responsibility for the welfare of other people, other living things, and the environment
• choose to have a positive effect on other people and the world around them
• frequently and thoughtfully review the effects and consequences of their actions
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 3
Nova Scotia6ScienceStewardshipn/a419 – Be sensitive to and develop a sense of responsibility for the welfare of other people, other living things, and the environment
• choose to have a positive effect on other people and the world around them
• frequently and thoughtfully review the effects and consequences of their actions
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Nova Scotia6ScienceSafetyn/a421 – Be aware of potential dangersCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 2 Day 3
Nova Scotia6ScienceSafetyn/a421 – Be aware of potential dangersOnline Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Nova Scotia6ScienceSafetyn/a421 – Be aware of potential dangers10 Immutable Rules #6: Before you trust, investigate that link
Nova Scotia6ScienceSafetyn/a421 – Be aware of potential dangers10 Immutable Rules #7: Never reply to mysterious messages!
New Brunswick6TechnologyGCO 2Students will practice critical thinking and problem solving skillsSCO 2.1 – Students will investigate and solve technological problems10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
New Brunswick6TechnologyGCO 2Students will practice critical thinking and problem solving skillsSCO 2.3 – Students will work in teams to solve problems10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
New Brunswick6TechnologyGCO 2Students will practice critical thinking and problem solving skillsSCO 2.4 – Students will investigate and demonstrate the relationship between technology and society10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
New Brunswick6TechnologyGCO 3Students will practice responsible citizenshipSCO 3.1 -Students will demonstrate an awareness of human, cultural, and societal issues related to technology
• Students will practice safe, legal, and ethical use of technology
Online Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
New Brunswick6TechnologyGCO 3Students will practice responsible citizenshipSCO 3.1 -Students will demonstrate an awareness of human, cultural, and societal issues related to technology
• Students will practice safe, legal, and ethical use of technology
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
New Brunswick6TechnologyGCO 3Students will practice responsible citizenshipSCO 3.1 -Students will demonstrate an awareness of human, cultural, and societal issues related to technology
• Students will practice safe, legal, and ethical use of technology
10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
New Brunswick6TechnologyGCO 3Students will practice responsible citizenshipSCO 3.5 – Students will understand the concept of, and demonstrate appropriate decision making with regards to, “Digital Footprint”Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 3
New Brunswick6TechnologyGCO 3Students will practice responsible citizenshipSCO 3.5 – Students will understand the concept of, and demonstrate appropriate decision making with regards to, “Digital Footprint”10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario7LanguageA2.1Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaAbility to explain their rights and responsibilities when interacting online with appropriate permission, and make decisions that contribute positively to the development of their digital identity and those of their communitiesCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 3
Ontario7LanguageA2.1Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaAbility to explain their rights and responsibilities when interacting online with appropriate permission, and make decisions that contribute positively to the development of their digital identity and those of their communitiesOnline Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario7LanguageA2.1Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaAbility to explain their rights and responsibilities when interacting online with appropriate permission, and make decisions that contribute positively to the development of their digital identity and those of their communities10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario7LanguageA2.2Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of how to navigate online environments safely, manage their privacy and personal data, and interact in a way that supports their well-being and that of others, including seeking appropriate permissionCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 5
Ontario7LanguageA2.2Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of how to navigate online environments safely, manage their privacy and personal data, and interact in a way that supports their well-being and that of others, including seeking appropriate permissionOnline Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario7LanguageA2.2Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of how to navigate online environments safely, manage their privacy and personal data, and interact in a way that supports their well-being and that of others, including seeking appropriate permission10 Immutable Rules #2: Privacy policies can’t always be trusted, but they can be tested.
Ontario7LanguageA2.3Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaGather, evaluate, and use information, considering various perspectives, to construct knowledge and demonstrate learningCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 2 Day 3
Ontario7LanguageA2.3Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaGather, evaluate, and use information, considering various perspectives, to construct knowledge and demonstrate learningThe C.R.I.S.P. Scan: Techniques To Identify Disinformation | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario7LanguageA2.3Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaGather, evaluate, and use information, considering various perspectives, to construct knowledge and demonstrate learning10 Immutable Rules #6: Before you trust, investigate that link
Ontario7LanguageA2.7Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaAbility to communicate and collaborate with various communities in a safe, respectful, responsible, and inclusive manner when using online platforms and environments, including digital and media tools, and demonstrate cultural awareness with members of the communityCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2
Ontario7LanguageA2.7Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaAbility to communicate and collaborate with various communities in a safe, respectful, responsible, and inclusive manner when using online platforms and environments, including digital and media tools, and demonstrate cultural awareness with members of the communityOnline Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario7LanguageA2.1Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaAbility to explain their rights and responsibilities when interacting online with appropriate permission, and make decisions that contribute positively to the development of their digital identity and those of their communitiesCharting your Course1.1 – Explorer Level: Intro to the Game of Cybersafety
Ontario7LanguageA2.2Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of how to navigate online environments safely, manage their privacy and personal data, and interact in a way that supports their well-being and that of others, including seeking appropriate permissionCharting your Course5.1 – Sage Level: Crossing the Bridge from Security to Privacy
Ontario7LanguageA2.2Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of how to navigate online environments safely, manage their privacy and personal data, and interact in a way that supports their well-being and that of others, including seeking appropriate permissionCharting your Course7.2 – Strategic Command Level: Content – Commanding Control
Ontario7LanguageA2.7Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaAbility to communicate and collaborate with various communities in a safe, respectful, responsible, and inclusive manner when using online platforms and environments, including digital and media tools, and demonstrate cultural awareness with members of the communityCharting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
British Columbia7Applied Designs, Skills and TechnologiesApplied TechnologiesSelect, and as needed learn about, appropriate tools and technologies to extend their capability to complete a task• Demonstrate understanding of computer system architecture, including hardware and software, network infrastructure (local), intranet/Internet, and personal communication devices
• Demonstrate strategies for identifying and troubleshooting simple hardware and software problems
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2, Week 4 Day 5
British Columbia7Health and Physical EducationApplied SkillsDemonstrate an awareness of precautionary and emergency safety procedures in both physical and digital environmentsDemonstrate understanding of internet safetyCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2
British Columbia7Health and Physical EducationApplied SkillsDemonstrate an awareness of precautionary and emergency safety procedures in both physical and digital environmentsDemonstrate understanding of internet safetyOnline Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
British Columbia7Health and Physical EducationApplied TechnologiesIdentify the personal, social, and environmental impacts, including unintended negative consequences, of the choices they make about technology use• Demonstrate understanding of digital self-image, citizenship, relationships, and communication
• Understand legal and ethical considerations, including creative credit and copyright, and cyberbullying
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2
British Columbia7Health and Physical EducationApplied TechnologiesIdentify the personal, social, and environmental impacts, including unintended negative consequences, of the choices they make about technology use• Demonstrate understanding of digital self-image, citizenship, relationships, and communication
• Understand legal and ethical considerations, including creative credit and copyright, and cyberbullying
Pink Shirt Day – Anti-Online Bullying Awareness | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
British Columbia7Health and Physical EducationApplied TechnologiesIdentify the personal, social, and environmental impacts, including unintended negative consequences, of the choices they make about technology use• Demonstrate understanding of digital self-image, citizenship, relationships, and communication
• Understand legal and ethical considerations, including creative credit and copyright, and cyberbullying
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
British Columbia7Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community HealthIdentify and describe strategies for avoiding and/or responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitive situationsIdentify strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings factors influencing use of psychoactive substances, and potential harms
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2
British Columbia7Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community HealthIdentify and describe strategies for avoiding and/or responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitive situationsIdentify strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings factors influencing use of psychoactive substances, and potential harms
Online Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
British Columbia7Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community HealthIdentify and describe strategies for avoiding and/or responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitive situationsIdentify strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings factors influencing use of psychoactive substances, and potential harms
Sextortion Scam Awareness: What Teens Need To Know | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
British Columbia7Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community HealthIdentify and describe strategies for avoiding and/or responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitive situationsIdentify strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings factors influencing use of psychoactive substances, and potential harms
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
British Columbia7Applied Designs, Skills and TechnologiesSelect, and as needed learn about, appropriate tools and technologies to extend their capability to complete a task• Demonstrate understanding of computer system architecture, including hardware and software, network infrastructure (local), intranet/Internet, and personal communication devices
• Demonstrate strategies for identifying and troubleshooting simple hardware and software problems
Charting your Course2.2 – Guardian Level: Shield Your Network Connection
British Columbia7Health and Physical EducationApplied SkillsDemonstrate an awareness of precautionary and emergency safety procedures in both physical and digital environmentsDemonstrate understanding of internet safetyCharting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
British Columbia7Health and Physical EducationApplied TechnologiesIdentify the personal, social, and environmental impacts, including unintended negative consequences, of the choices they make about technology use• Demonstrate understanding of digital self-image, citizenship, relationships, and communication
• Understand legal and ethical considerations, including creative credit and copyright, and cyberbullying
Charting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
British Columbia7Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community HealthIdentify and describe strategies for avoiding and/or responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitive situationsIdentify strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings factors influencing use of psychoactive substances, and potential harms
Charting your Course7.2 – Strategic Command Level: Content – Commanding Control
Alberta7Physical EducationC7-5Students will interact positively with othersAbility to select and apply practices that contribute to teamworkCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 4 Day 3
Alberta7Physical EducationC7-5Students will interact positively with othersAbility to select and apply practices that contribute to teamwork10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta7Physical EducationC7-6Students will interact positively with othersAbility to identify and demonstrate positive behaviours that show respect for self and othersCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2
Alberta7Physical EducationC7-6Students will interact positively with othersAbility to identify and demonstrate positive behaviours that show respect for self and others10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta7Information and Communication TechnologyF1Students will demonstrate an understanding of the nature of technology3.7 – Demonstrate the ability to troubleshoot technical problems10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta7Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careersBecome A Cybersecurity Pro | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta7Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careersCybersecurity Careers | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta7Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careers10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta7Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
Become A Cybersecurity Pro | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta7Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
Cybersecurity Careers | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta7Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta7Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.7 – Analyze and assess the impact on society of having limitless access to informationCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 4
Alberta7Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society4.4 – Evaluate possible potential for emerging technologiesCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 3
Alberta7Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society4.6 – Understand issues of e-commerce, including such topics as security and privacy, marketing, and implications for governments, businesses and consumers alikeCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 2 Day 4
Alberta7Information and Communication TechnologyF3Students will demonstrate a moral and ethical approach to the use of technology4.1 – Demonstrate an understanding of how changes in technology can benefit or harm societyCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 2 Day 4
Alberta7Information and Communication TechnologyF3Students will demonstrate a moral and ethical approach to the use of technology4.1 – Demonstrate an understanding of how changes in technology can benefit or harm society10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta7Information and Communication TechnologyF4Students will become discerning consumers of mass media and electronic information2.3 – Discuss how technology can be used to create special effects and/or to manipulate intent through the use of images and sound10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta7Information and Communication TechnologyF4Students will become discerning consumers of mass media and electronic information3.4 – Recognize that the ability of technology to manipulate images and sound can alter the meaning of a communication10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta7Physical EducationC7-5Students will interact positively with othersAbility to select and apply practices that contribute to teamworkCharting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
Alberta7Physical EducationC7-6Students will interact positively with othersAbility to identify and demonstrate positive behaviours that show respect for self and othersCharting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
Alberta7Information and Communication TechnologyF1Students will demonstrate an understanding of the nature of technology3.7 – Demonstrate the ability to troubleshoot technical problemsCharting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
Alberta7Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careersCharting your CourseCanadian Cyber Security Skills Framework (1.5, 2.4, 3.5, 4.5, 5.4, 6.5, 7.5
Alberta7Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
Charting your CourseCanadian Cyber Security Skills Framework (1.5, 2.4, 3.5, 4.5, 5.4, 6.5, 7.5
Alberta7Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
Charting your CourseCanadian Cyber Security Skills Framework (1.5, 2.4, 3.5, 4.5, 5.4, 6.5, 7.5
Alberta7Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.7 – Analyze and assess the impact on society of having limitless access to informationCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Alberta7Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society4.4 – Evaluate possible potential for emerging technologiesCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Alberta7Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society4.6 – Understand issues of e-commerce, including such topics as security and privacy, marketing, and implications for governments, businesses and consumers alikeCharting your Course7.2 – Strategic Command Level: Content – Commanding Control
Alberta7Information and Communication TechnologyF3Students will demonstrate a moral and ethical approach to the use of technology4.1 – Demonstrate an understanding of how changes in technology can benefit or harm societyCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Alberta7Information and Communication TechnologyF4Students will become discerning consumers of mass media and electronic information2.3 – Discuss how technology can be used to create special effects and/or to manipulate intent through the use of images and soundCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Alberta7Information and Communication TechnologyF4Students will become discerning consumers of mass media and electronic information3.4 – Recognize that the ability of technology to manipulate images and sound can alter the meaning of a communicationCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
New Brunswick7Health and Physical EducationKnowing• Understand the principles and concepts that support active living
• Understand the importance of safety rules and procedures
• Demonstrate ability to make informed choices
• Demonstrate understanding of rules, routines, and safety in a variety of activities
• Identify critical cues for skill analysis for improvement of self and others
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 1
New Brunswick7Health and Physical EducationKnowing• Understand the principles and concepts that support active living
• Understand the importance of safety rules and procedures
• Demonstrate ability to make informed choices
• Demonstrate understanding of rules, routines, and safety in a variety of activities
• Identify critical cues for skill analysis for improvement of self and others
10 Immutable Rules #8: Convenience is still the enemy of security
New Brunswick7Health and Physical EducationValuingDevelop positive personal and social behaviours and interpersonal relationships• Demonstrate participation and self-motivation skills
• Demonstrate fair play and respect
• Demonstrate social interaction skills
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2
New Brunswick7Health and Physical EducationValuingDevelop positive personal and social behaviours and interpersonal relationships• Demonstrate participation and self-motivation skills
• Demonstrate fair play and respect
• Demonstrate social interaction skills
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
New Brunswick7ScienceSCO 2.1Students will consider factors that support responsible application of scientific and technological knowledge and demonstrate an understanding of sustainable practicesExplore science- and technology-based careers in Canada based on my interestsBecome A Cybersecurity Pro | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
New Brunswick7ScienceSCO 2.1Students will consider factors that support responsible application of scientific and technological knowledge and demonstrate an understanding of sustainable practicesExplore science- and technology-based careers in Canada based on my interestsCybersecurity Careers | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
New Brunswick7ScienceSCO 2.1Students will consider factors that support responsible application of scientific and technological knowledge and demonstrate an understanding of sustainable practicesExplore science- and technology-based careers in Canada based on my interests10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
New Brunswick7TechnologyGCO 2Students will practice critical thinking and problem solving skillsSCO 2.1 – Students will investigate and solve technological problem10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
New Brunswick7TechnologyGCO 2Students will practice critical thinking and problem solving skillsSCO 2.3 – Students will work in teams to solve problem10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
New Brunswick7TechnologyGCO 2Students will practice critical thinking and problem solving skillsSCO 2.4 – Students will investigate and demonstrate the relationship between technology and society10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
New Brunswick7TechnologyGCO 3Students will practice responsible citizenshipSCO 3.1 -Students will demonstrate an awareness of human, cultural, and societal issues related to technology
10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
New Brunswick7TechnologyGCO 3.2Students will practice safe, legal, and ethical use of technologyStudents will exemplify understanding of digital security and legal issuesCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 2 Day 4
New Brunswick7TechnologyGCO 3.2Students will practice safe, legal, and ethical use of technologyStudents will exemplify understanding of digital security and legal issues10 Immutable Rules #3: When data-hoarding fiends go rogue, play secret agent
New Brunswick7TechnologyGCO 3.5Students will understand the concept of, and demonstrate appropriate decision making with regards to, “Digital FootprintStudents will demonstrate understanding of topics such as:
• Privacy
• Social Responsibility
• Legal Issues
• Security
• Cyber bullying
• Internet Safety
• Phishing
• Malware
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2, Week 4 Day 3
New Brunswick7TechnologyGCO 3.5Students will understand the concept of, and demonstrate appropriate decision making with regards to, “Digital FootprintStudents will demonstrate understanding of topics such as:
• Privacy
• Social Responsibility
• Legal Issues
• Security
• Cyber bullying
• Internet Safety
• Phishing
• Malware
Pink Shirt Day – Anti-Online Bullying Awareness | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
New Brunswick7TechnologyGCO 3.5Students will understand the concept of, and demonstrate appropriate decision making with regards to, “Digital FootprintStudents will demonstrate understanding of topics such as:
• Privacy
• Social Responsibility
• Legal Issues
• Security
• Cyber bullying
• Internet Safety
• Phishing
• Malware
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
New Brunswick7WellnessSCO 7.3.2Students will develop skills for responding to conflict, bullying, and violenceDemonstrate conflict resolution strategies (e.g., confront problems, listen, be respectful, be assertive, negotiate, be in the present, be non-aggressive, be understanding, apologize when necessary, build a support network)Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 2 Day 1
New Brunswick7WellnessSCO 7.3.2Students will develop skills for responding to conflict, bullying, and violenceDemonstrate conflict resolution strategies (e.g., confront problems, listen, be respectful, be assertive, negotiate, be in the present, be non-aggressive, be understanding, apologize when necessary, build a support network)10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
New Brunswick7WellnessSCO 7.4.3Students will discuss how media present messages about sexuality and relationships that can influence body image and self-worth• Ability to recognize advertising methods (e.g., diet culture vs healthy eating, testimonial, repetition, promotions, facts and statistics, targeted ads, etc.)
• Be a critic of social media messages
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 3 Day 3
New Brunswick7WellnessSCO 7.4.3Students will discuss how media present messages about sexuality and relationships that can influence body image and self-worth• Ability to recognize advertising methods (e.g., diet culture vs healthy eating, testimonial, repetition, promotions, facts and statistics, targeted ads, etc.)
• Be a critic of social media messages
10 Immutable Rules #1: In the digital world, practice zero tolerance for ads
New Brunswick7Health and Physical EducationKnowing• Understand the principles and concepts that support active living
• Understand the importance of safety rules and procedures
• Demonstrate ability to make informed choices
• Demonstrate understanding of rules, routines, and safety in a variety of activities
• Identify critical cues for skill analysis for improvement of self and others
Charting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
New Brunswick7Health and Physical EducationValuingDevelop positive personal and social behaviours and interpersonal relationships• Demonstrate participation and self-motivation skills
• Demonstrate fair play and respect
• Demonstrate social interaction skills
Charting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
New Brunswick7ScienceSCO 2.1Students will consider factors that support responsible application of scientific and technological knowledge and demonstrate an understanding of sustainable practicesExplore science- and technology-based careers in Canada based on my interestsCharting your CourseCanadian Cyber Security Skills Framework (1.5, 2.4, 3.5, 4.5, 5.4, 6.5, 7.5
New Brunswick7TechnologyGCO 2Students will practice critical thinking and problem solving skillsSCO 2.1 – Students will investigate and solve technological problemCharting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
New Brunswick7TechnologyGCO 2Students will practice critical thinking and problem solving skillsSCO 2.4 – Students will investigate and demonstrate the relationship between technology and societyCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
New Brunswick7TechnologyGCO 3Students will practice responsible citizenshipSCO 3.1 -Students will demonstrate an awareness of human, cultural, and societal issues related to technology
Charting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
New Brunswick7TechnologyGCO 3.2Students will practice safe, legal, and ethical use of technologyStudents will exemplify understanding of digital security and legal issuesCharting your Course5.2 – Sage Level: Your Map and Compass
New Brunswick7TechnologyGCO 3.5Students will understand the concept of, and demonstrate appropriate decision making with regards to, “Digital FootprintStudents will demonstrate understanding of topics such as:
• Privacy
• Social Responsibility
• Legal Issues
• Security
• Cyber bullying
• Internet Safety
• Phishing
• Malware
Charting your Course5.2 – Sage Level: Your Map and Compass
New Brunswick7TechnologyGCO 3.5Students will understand the concept of, and demonstrate appropriate decision making with regards to, “Digital FootprintStudents will demonstrate understanding of topics such as:
• Privacy
• Social Responsibility
• Legal Issues
• Security
• Cyber bullying
• Internet Safety
• Phishing
• Malware
Charting your Course6.1 – Covert Ops Level: Disarming Scams
New Brunswick7TechnologyGCO 3.5Students will understand the concept of, and demonstrate appropriate decision making with regards to, “Digital FootprintStudents will demonstrate understanding of topics such as:
• Privacy
• Social Responsibility
• Legal Issues
• Security
• Cyber bullying
• Internet Safety
• Phishing
• Malware
Charting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
New Brunswick7WellnessSCO 7.3.2Students will develop skills for responding to conflict, bullying, and violenceDemonstrate conflict resolution strategies (e.g., confront problems, listen, be respectful, be assertive, negotiate, be in the present, be non-aggressive, be understanding, apologize when necessary, build a support network)Charting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
New Brunswick7WellnessSCO 7.3.2Students will develop skills for responding to conflict, bullying, and violenceDemonstrate conflict resolution strategies (e.g., confront problems, listen, be respectful, be assertive, negotiate, be in the present, be non-aggressive, be understanding, apologize when necessary, build a support network)Charting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
New Brunswick7WellnessSCO 7.4.3Students will discuss how media present messages about sexuality and relationships that can influence body image and self-worth• Ability to recognize advertising methods (e.g., diet culture vs healthy eating, testimonial, repetition, promotions, facts and statistics, targeted ads, etc.)
• Be a critic of social media messages
Charting your Course7.2 – Strategic Command Level: Content – Commanding Control
New Brunswick7WellnessSCO 7.4.3Students will discuss how media present messages about sexuality and relationships that can influence body image and self-worth• Ability to recognize advertising methods (e.g., diet culture vs healthy eating, testimonial, repetition, promotions, facts and statistics, targeted ads, etc.)
• Be a critic of social media messages
Charting your Course7.3 – Strategic Command Level: Contact – Choosing Your Teammates Wisely
Ontario8Health and Physical EducationA1.6Apply skills that help them think critically and creatively as they participate in learning experiences in health and physical education, in order to support making connections, analyzing, evaluating, problem solving, and decision makingHealthy Living – Ability to analyse potentially dangerous situations and devise solutions for making them saferCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 4
Ontario8Health and Physical EducationA1.6Apply skills that help them think critically and creatively as they participate in learning experiences in health and physical education, in order to support making connections, analyzing, evaluating, problem solving, and decision makingHealthy Living – Ability to analyse potentially dangerous situations and devise solutions for making them saferOnline Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario8Health and Physical EducationA1.6Apply skills that help them think critically and creatively as they participate in learning experiences in health and physical education, in order to support making connections, analyzing, evaluating, problem solving, and decision makingHealthy Living – Ability to analyse potentially dangerous situations and devise solutions for making them safer10 Immutable Rules #3: When data-hoarding fiends go rogue, play secret agent
Ontario8Health and Physical EducationA1.6Apply skills that help them think critically and creatively as they participate in learning experiences in health and physical education, in order to support making connections, analyzing, evaluating, problem solving, and decision makingHealthy Living – Ability to analyse potentially dangerous situations and devise solutions for making them safer10 Immutable Rules #6: Before you trust, investigate that link
Ontario8Health and Physical EducationA1.6Apply skills that help them think critically and creatively as they participate in learning experiences in health and physical education, in order to support making connections, analyzing, evaluating, problem solving, and decision makingHealthy Living – Ability to analyse potentially dangerous situations and devise solutions for making them safer10 Immutable Rules #7: Never reply to mysterious messages!
Ontario8LanguageA2.1Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaAbility to explain their rights and responsibilities when interacting online with appropriate permission, and make decisions that contribute positively to the development of their digital identity and those of their communitiesCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 3
Ontario8LanguageA2.1Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaAbility to explain their rights and responsibilities when interacting online with appropriate permission, and make decisions that contribute positively to the development of their digital identity and those of their communitiesOnline Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario8LanguageA2.1Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaAbility to explain their rights and responsibilities when interacting online with appropriate permission, and make decisions that contribute positively to the development of their digital identity and those of their communities10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario8LanguageA2.2Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of how to navigate online environments safely, manage their privacy and personal data, and interact in a way that supports their well-being and that of others, including seeking appropriate permissionCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 5
Ontario8LanguageA2.2Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of how to navigate online environments safely, manage their privacy and personal data, and interact in a way that supports their well-being and that of others, including seeking appropriate permissionOnline Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario8LanguageA2.2Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of how to navigate online environments safely, manage their privacy and personal data, and interact in a way that supports their well-being and that of others, including seeking appropriate permission10 Immutable Rules #2: Privacy policies can’t always be trusted, but they can be tested.
Ontario8LanguageA2.3Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaGather, evaluate, and use information, considering various perspectives, to construct knowledge and demonstrate learningCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 2 Day 3
Ontario8LanguageA2.3Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaGather, evaluate, and use information, considering various perspectives, to construct knowledge and demonstrate learningThe C.R.I.S.P. Scan: Techniques To Identify Disinformation | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario8LanguageA2.3Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaGather, evaluate, and use information, considering various perspectives, to construct knowledge and demonstrate learning10 Immutable Rules #6: Before you trust, investigate that link
Ontario8LanguageA2.7Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaAbility to communicate and collaborate with various communities in a safe, respectful, responsible, and inclusive manner when using online platforms and environments, including digital and media tools, and demonstrate cultural awareness with members of the communityCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2
Ontario8LanguageA2.7Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaAbility to communicate and collaborate with various communities in a safe, respectful, responsible, and inclusive manner when using online platforms and environments, including digital and media tools, and demonstrate cultural awareness with members of the communityOnline Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario8Health and Physical EducationA1.6Apply skills that help them think critically and creatively as they participate in learning experiences in health and physical education, in order to support making connections, analyzing, evaluating, problem solving, and decision makingHealthy Living – Ability to analyse potentially dangerous situations and devise solutions for making them saferCharting your Course7.2 – Strategic Command Level: Content – Commanding Control
Ontario8LanguageA2.1Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaAbility to explain their rights and responsibilities when interacting online with appropriate permission, and make decisions that contribute positively to the development of their digital identity and those of their communitiesCharting your Course1.1 – Explorer Level: intro to the Game of Cybersafety
Ontario8LanguageA2.2Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of how to navigate online environments safely, manage their privacy and personal data, and interact in a way that supports their well-being and that of others, including seeking appropriate permissionCharting your Course 5.1 – Sage Level: Crossing the bridge from Security to Privacy
Ontario8LanguageA2.2Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaDemonstrate an understanding of how to navigate online environments safely, manage their privacy and personal data, and interact in a way that supports their well-being and that of others, including seeking appropriate permissionCharting your Course7.2 – Strategic Command Level: Content – Commanding Control
Ontario8LanguageA2.7Demonstrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to interact safely and responsibly in online environments, use digital and media tools to construct knowledge, and demonstrate learning as critical consumers and creators of mediaAbility to communicate and collaborate with various communities in a safe, respectful, responsible, and inclusive manner when using online platforms and environments, including digital and media tools, and demonstrate cultural awareness with members of the communityCharting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
British Columbia8Applied Designs, Skills and TechnologiesApplied Skills• Demonstrate an awareness of precautionary and emergency safety procedures in both physical and digital environments
• Identify and evaluate the skills and skill levels needed, individually or as a group, in relation to a specific task, and develop them as needed
Understand the design and function of digital infrastructures, from personal communication systems to wide area networks and the Internet of ThingsCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 4 Day 1
British Columbia8Applied Designs, Skills and TechnologiesApplied Technologies• Select, and as needed learn about, appropriate tools and technologies to extend their capability to complete a task
• Identify the personal, social, and environmental impacts, including unintended negative consequences, of the choices they make about technology use
• Demonstrate understanding of the elements of digital citizenship
• Demonstrate understanding of ethical and legal implications of current and future technologies
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 4 Day 5
British Columbia8Applied Designs, Skills and TechnologiesApplied Technologies• Select, and as needed learn about, appropriate tools and technologies to extend their capability to complete a task
• Identify the personal, social, and environmental impacts, including unintended negative consequences, of the choices they make about technology use
• Demonstrate understanding of the elements of digital citizenship
• Demonstrate understanding of ethical and legal implications of current and future technologies
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
British Columbia8Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Identify and describe strategies for avoiding and/or responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitive situations
• Describe and apply strategies that promote a safe (and caring) environment
• Describe and apply strategies for developing and maintaining healthy relationships
• Ability to identify strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings factors influencing use of psychoactive substances, and potential harms
• Recognize media and social influences related to psychoactive substance use and potentially addictive behaviours
• Understand the consequences of bullying, stereotyping, and discrimination
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 2 Day 2
British Columbia8Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Identify and describe strategies for avoiding and/or responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitive situations
• Describe and apply strategies that promote a safe (and caring) environment
• Describe and apply strategies for developing and maintaining healthy relationships
• Ability to identify strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings factors influencing use of psychoactive substances, and potential harms
• Recognize media and social influences related to psychoactive substance use and potentially addictive behaviours
• Understand the consequences of bullying, stereotyping, and discrimination
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
British Columbia8Health and Physical EducationHealthy and Active Living• Describe the impacts of personal choices on health and well-being
• Describe and assess strategies for promoting mental well-being, for self and others
• Recognize marketing and advertising tactics aimed at children and youth, including those involving food and supplements
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 3 Day 3,5
British Columbia8Health and Physical EducationHealthy and Active Living• Describe the impacts of personal choices on health and well-being
• Describe and assess strategies for promoting mental well-being, for self and others
• Recognize marketing and advertising tactics aimed at children and youth, including those involving food and supplements
Pink Shirt Day – Anti-Online Bullying Awareness | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
British Columbia8Health and Physical EducationHealthy and Active Living• Describe the impacts of personal choices on health and well-being
• Describe and assess strategies for promoting mental well-being, for self and others
• Recognize marketing and advertising tactics aimed at children and youth, including those involving food and supplements
10 Immutable Rules #1: In the digital world, practice zero tolerance for ads
British Columbia8Health and Physical EducationHealthy and Active Living• Describe the impacts of personal choices on health and well-being
• Describe and assess strategies for promoting mental well-being, for self and others
• Recognize marketing and advertising tactics aimed at children and youth, including those involving food and supplements
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
British Columbia8Applied Designs, Skills and TechnologiesApplied Skills• Demonstrate an awareness of precautionary and emergency safety procedures in both physical and digital environments
• Identify and evaluate the skills and skill levels needed, individually or as a group, in relation to a specific task, and develop them as needed
Understand the design and function of digital infrastructures, from personal communication systems to wide area networks and the Internet of ThingsCharting your Course2.2 – Guardian Level: Shield Your Network Connection
British Columbia8Applied Designs, Skills and TechnologiesApplied Technologies• Select, and as needed learn about, appropriate tools and technologies to extend their capability to complete a task
• Identify the personal, social, and environmental impacts, including unintended negative consequences, of the choices they make about technology use
• Demonstrate understanding of the elements of digital citizenship
• Demonstrate understanding of ethical and legal implications of current and future technologies
Charting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
British Columbia8Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Identify and describe strategies for avoiding and/or responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitive situations
• Describe and apply strategies that promote a safe (and caring) environment
• Describe and apply strategies for developing and maintaining healthy relationships
• Ability to identify strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings factors influencing use of psychoactive substances, and potential harms
• Recognize media and social influences related to psychoactive substance use and potentially addictive behaviours
• Understand the consequences of bullying, stereotyping, and discrimination
Charting your Course7.3 – Strategic Command Level: Contact – Choosing Your Teammates Wisely
British Columbia8Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Identify and describe strategies for avoiding and/or responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitive situations
• Describe and apply strategies that promote a safe (and caring) environment
• Describe and apply strategies for developing and maintaining healthy relationships
• Ability to identify strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings factors influencing use of psychoactive substances, and potential harms
• Recognize media and social influences related to psychoactive substance use and potentially addictive behaviours
• Understand the consequences of bullying, stereotyping, and discrimination
Charting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
British Columbia8Health and Physical EducationHealthy and Active Living• Describe the impacts of personal choices on health and well-being
• Describe and assess strategies for promoting mental well-being, for self and others
• Recognize marketing and advertising tactics aimed at children and youth, including those involving food and supplements
Charting your Course7.2 – Strategic Command Level: Content – Commanding Control
Alberta8Health and Physical EducationC8-5Students will interact positively with othersRecommend practices that contribute to teamworkCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 4 Day 3
Alberta8Health and Physical EducationC8-5Students will interact positively with othersRecommend practices that contribute to teamwork10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta8Health and Physical EducationC8-6Students will interact positively with othersIdentify and demonstrate positive behaviours that show respect for self and othersCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2
Alberta8Health and Physical EducationC8-6Students will interact positively with othersIdentify and demonstrate positive behaviours that show respect for self and others10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta8Information and Communication TechnologyF1Students will demonstrate an understanding of the nature of technology3.7 – Demonstrate the ability to troubleshoot technical problems10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta8Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careersBecome A Cybersecurity Pro | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta8Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careersCybersecurity Careers | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta8Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careers10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta8Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
Become A Cybersecurity Pro | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta8Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
Cybersecurity Careers | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta8Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta8Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.7 – Analyze and assess the impact on society of having limitless access to informationCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 4
Alberta8Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society4.4 – Evaluate possible potential for emerging technologiesCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 3
Alberta8Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society4.6 – Understand issues of e-commerce, including such topics as security and privacy, marketing, and implications for governments, businesses and consumers alikeCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 2 Day 4
Alberta8Information and Communication TechnologyF3Students will demonstrate a moral and ethical approach to the use of technology4.1 – Demonstrate an understanding of how changes in technology can benefit or harm societyCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 2 Day 4
Alberta8Information and Communication TechnologyF3Students will demonstrate a moral and ethical approach to the use of technology4.1 – Demonstrate an understanding of how changes in technology can benefit or harm society10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta8Information and Communication TechnologyF4Students will become discerning consumers of mass media and electronic information2.3 – Discuss how technology can be used to create special effects and/or to manipulate intent through the use of images and sound10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta8Information and Communication TechnologyF4Students will become discerning consumers of mass media and electronic information3.4 – Recognize that the ability of technology to manipulate images and sound can alter the meaning of a communication10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta8Health and Physical EducationC8-5Students will interact positively with othersRecommend practices that contribute to teamworkCharting your CourseThroughout the course, students will develop skills such as teamwork and respectful collaboration through Group Activities for Levels 1 -8
Alberta8Health and Physical EducationC8-6Students will interact positively with othersIdentify and demonstrate positive behaviours that show respect for self and othersCharting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
Alberta8Information and Communication TechnologyF1Students will demonstrate an understanding of the nature of technology3.7 – Demonstrate the ability to troubleshoot technical problemsCharting your Course2.2 – Guardian Level: Shield Your Network Connection
Alberta8Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careersCharting your CourseCanadian Cyber Security Skills Framework (1.5, 2.4, 3.5, 4.5, 5.4, 6.5, 7.5
Alberta8Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
Charting your CourseCanadian Cyber Security Skills Framework (1.5, 2.4, 3.5, 4.5, 5.4, 6.5, 7.5
Alberta8Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.7 – Analyze and assess the impact on society of having limitless access to informationCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Alberta8Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society4.4 – Evaluate possible potential for emerging technologiesCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Alberta8Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society4.6 – Understand issues of e-commerce, including such topics as security and privacy, marketing, and implications for governments, businesses and consumers alikeCharting your Course7.2 – Strategic Command Level: Content – Commanding Control
Alberta8Information and Communication TechnologyF3Students will demonstrate a moral and ethical approach to the use of technology4.1 – Demonstrate an understanding of how changes in technology can benefit or harm societyCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Alberta8Information and Communication TechnologyF4Students will become discerning consumers of mass media and electronic information2.3 – Discuss how technology can be used to create special effects and/or to manipulate intent through the use of images and soundCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Alberta8Information and Communication TechnologyF4Students will become discerning consumers of mass media and electronic information3.4 – Recognize that the ability of technology to manipulate images and sound can alter the meaning of a communicationCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
New Brunswick8Health and Physical EducationKnowing• Ability to understand the principles and concepts that support active living
• Ability to understand the importance of safety rules and procedures
• Ability to make informed choices
• Ability to identify critical cues for skill analysis for improvement of self and others
Charting your CourseThroughout the course, students will develop skills such as teamwork and respectful collaboration through Group Activities for Levels 1 -8
New Brunswick8Health and Physical EducationValuingAbility to develop positive personal and social behaviours and interpersonal relationshipsAbility to demonstrate:
• Participation and self motivation
• Fair play and respect
• Social interaction skills
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2
New Brunswick8Health and Physical EducationValuingAbility to develop positive personal and social behaviours and interpersonal relationshipsAbility to demonstrate:
• Participation and self motivation
• Fair play and respect
• Social interaction skills
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
New Brunswick8ScienceSCO 2.1Students will consider factors that support responsible application of scientific and technological knowledge and demonstrate an understanding of sustainable practices• Use science and technological knowledge when considering issues of concern to me
• Reflect on various aspects of an issue to make decisions about possible actions
• Explore science- and technology-based careers in Canada based on my interests
Become A Cybersecurity Pro | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
New Brunswick8ScienceSCO 2.1Students will consider factors that support responsible application of scientific and technological knowledge and demonstrate an understanding of sustainable practices• Use science and technological knowledge when considering issues of concern to me
• Reflect on various aspects of an issue to make decisions about possible actions
• Explore science- and technology-based careers in Canada based on my interests
Cybersecurity Careers | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
New Brunswick8ScienceSCO 2.1Students will consider factors that support responsible application of scientific and technological knowledge and demonstrate an understanding of sustainable practices• Use science and technological knowledge when considering issues of concern to me
• Reflect on various aspects of an issue to make decisions about possible actions
• Explore science- and technology-based careers in Canada based on my interests
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
New Brunswick8TechnologyGCO 2.1Students will investigate and solve technological problemsStudent’s will learn and develop skills such as:
• Troubleshooting
• Critical Thinking
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
New Brunswick8TechnologyGCO 2.3Students will work in teams to solve problemStudents will demonstrate:
• Collaboration
• Communication
• Work Sharing
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
New Brunswick8TechnologyGCO 2.4Students will investigate and demonstrate the relationship between technology and societyStudents will understand aspects of technology such as:
• Ethics
• Innovation
10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
New Brunswick8TechnologyGCO 3.1Students will demonstrate an awareness of human, cultural, and societal issues related to technologyStudents will learn about topics such as:
• Digital Access
• Digital Etiquette
• Communication
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2
New Brunswick8TechnologyGCO 3.1Students will demonstrate an awareness of human, cultural, and societal issues related to technologyStudents will learn about topics such as:
• Digital Access
• Digital Etiquette
• Communication
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
New Brunswick8TechnologyGCO 3.2Students will practice safe, legal, and ethical use of technologyStudents will learn about topics such as:
• Digital Security
• Legal Issues
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2
New Brunswick8TechnologyGCO 3.2Students will practice safe, legal, and ethical use of technologyStudents will learn about topics such as:
• Digital Security
• Legal Issues
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
New Brunswick8TechnologyGCO 3.5Students will understand the concept of, and demonstrate appropriate decision making with regards to, “Digital FootprintStudents will learn about topics such as:
• Privacy
• Social Responsibility
• Legal Issues
• Security
• Cyber bullying
• Internet Safety
• Phishing
• Malware
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2, Week 4 Day 3
New Brunswick8TechnologyGCO 3.5Students will understand the concept of, and demonstrate appropriate decision making with regards to, “Digital FootprintStudents will learn about topics such as:
• Privacy
• Social Responsibility
• Legal Issues
• Security
• Cyber bullying
• Internet Safety
• Phishing
• Malware
Pink Shirt Day – Anti-Online Bullying Awareness | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
New Brunswick8TechnologyGCO 3.5Students will understand the concept of, and demonstrate appropriate decision making with regards to, “Digital FootprintStudents will learn about topics such as:
• Privacy
• Social Responsibility
• Legal Issues
• Security
• Cyber bullying
• Internet Safety
• Phishing
• Malware
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
New Brunswick8WellnessSCO 8.1.3Students will evaluate how media and technology influence the health and well-being of self and communityFluency
• Use social media appropriately (i.e., STEP method: stop, think, empathize, post)
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2, Week 4 Day 5
New Brunswick8WellnessSCO 8.1.3Students will evaluate how media and technology influence the health and well-being of self and communityFluency
• Use social media appropriately (i.e., STEP method: stop, think, empathize, post)
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
New Brunswick8WellnessSCO 8.1.3Students will evaluate how media and technology influence the health and well-being of self and communityHealth and Wellbeing
• Appropriate behaviour on social media (e.g., pressure from peers, laws about sharing sexually explicit images, coercion, pornography, exploitation)
Cyberday Lesson PlanCyberday Lesson Plan: Grades 4-8 Week 1 Day 2, Week 4 Day 5
New Brunswick8WellnessSCO 8.1.3Students will evaluate how media and technology influence the health and well-being of self and communityHealth and Wellbeing
• Appropriate behaviour on social media (e.g., pressure from peers, laws about sharing sexually explicit images, coercion, pornography, exploitation)
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
New Brunswick8Health and Physical EducationKnowing• Ability to understand the principles and concepts that support active living
• Ability to understand the importance of safety rules and procedures
• Ability to make informed choices
• Ability to identify critical cues for skill analysis for improvement of self and others
Charting your CourseBy the end of this course, students will be able to demonstrate appropriate digital etiquette and practice safe behaviours online
New Brunswick8Health and Physical EducationValuingAbility to develop positive personal and social behaviours and interpersonal relationshipsAbility to demonstrate:
• Participation and self motivation
• Fair play and respect
• Social interaction skills
Charting your CourseThroughout the course, students will develop skills such as teamwork and respectful collaboration through Group Activities for Levels 1 -8
New Brunswick8ScienceSCO 2.1Students will consider factors that support responsible application of scientific and technological knowledge and demonstrate an understanding of sustainable practices• Use science and technological knowledge when considering issues of concern to me
• Reflect on various aspects of an issue to make decisions about possible actions
• Explore science- and technology-based careers in Canada based on my interests
Charting your CourseCanadian Cyber Security Skills Framework (1.5, 2.4, 3.5, 4.5, 5.4, 6.5, 7.5
New Brunswick8ScienceSCO 2.1Students will consider factors that support responsible application of scientific and technological knowledge and demonstrate an understanding of sustainable practices• Use science and technological knowledge when considering issues of concern to me
• Reflect on various aspects of an issue to make decisions about possible actions
• Explore science- and technology-based careers in Canada based on my interests
Charting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
New Brunswick8TechnologyGCO 2.1Students will investigate and solve technological problemsStudent’s will learn and develop skills such as:
• Troubleshooting
• Critical Thinking
Charting your Course2.2 – Guardian Level: Shield Your Network Connection
New Brunswick8TechnologyGCO 2.3Students will work in teams to solve problemStudents will demonstrate:
• Collaboration
• Communication
• Work Sharing
Charting your CourseThroughout the course, students will develop skills such as teamwork and respectful collaboration through Group Activities for Levels 1 -8
New Brunswick8TechnologyGCO 3.1Students will demonstrate an awareness of human, cultural, and societal issues related to technologyStudents will learn about topics such as:
• Digital Access
• Digital Etiquette
• Communication
Charting your CourseBy the end of this course, students will be able to demonstrate appropriate digital etiquette and practice safe behaviours online
New Brunswick8TechnologyGCO 3.2Students will practice safe, legal, and ethical use of technologyStudents will learn about topics such as:
• Digital Security
• Legal Issues
Charting your Course5.2 – Sage Level: Your Map and Compass
New Brunswick8TechnologyGCO 3.5Students will understand the concept of, and demonstrate appropriate decision making with regards to, “Digital FootprintStudents will learn about topics such as:
• Privacy
• Social Responsibility
• Legal Issues
• Security
• Cyber bullying
• Internet Safety
• Phishing
• Malware
Charting your Course5.2 – Sage Level: Your Map and Compass
New Brunswick8TechnologyGCO 3.5Students will understand the concept of, and demonstrate appropriate decision making with regards to, “Digital FootprintStudents will learn about topics such as:
• Privacy
• Social Responsibility
• Legal Issues
• Security
• Cyber bullying
• Internet Safety
• Phishing
• Malware
Charting your Course6.1 – Covert Ops Level: Disarming Scams
New Brunswick8TechnologyGCO 3.5Students will understand the concept of, and demonstrate appropriate decision making with regards to, “Digital FootprintStudents will learn about topics such as:
• Privacy
• Social Responsibility
• Legal Issues
• Security
• Cyber bullying
• Internet Safety
• Phishing
• Malware
Charting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
New Brunswick8TechnologyGCO 3.5Students will understand the concept of, and demonstrate appropriate decision making with regards to, “Digital FootprintStudents will learn about topics such as:
• Privacy
• Social Responsibility
• Legal Issues
• Security
• Cyber bullying
• Internet Safety
• Phishing
• Malware
Charting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
New Brunswick8WellnessSCO 8.1.3Students will evaluate how media and technology influence the health and well-being of self and communityFluency
• Use social media appropriately (i.e., STEP method: stop, think, empathize, post)
Charting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
New Brunswick8WellnessSCO 8.1.3Students will evaluate how media and technology influence the health and well-being of self and communityHealth and Wellbeing
• Appropriate behaviour on social media (e.g., pressure from peers, laws about sharing sexually explicit images, coercion, pornography, exploitation)
Charting your Course7.2 – Strategic Command Level: Content – Commanding Control
Ontario9Health and Physical EducationA1.3Participate actively and regularly in a wide variety of physical activities, and demonstrate an understanding of factors that can influence and support their participation in physical activity now and throughout their livesDemonstrate positive social behaviours and adherence to ethical and fair play standards that contribute to creating a rewarding and enjoyable environment for participation in physical activities (e.g., work effectively and collaboratively in groups by encouraging others, acknowledging others’ contributions, giving and receiving assistance, playing fair and displaying good activity etiquette, providing leadership)Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 4 Day 1
Ontario9Health and Physical EducationA1.3Participate actively and regularly in a wide variety of physical activities, and demonstrate an understanding of factors that can influence and support their participation in physical activity now and throughout their livesDemonstrate positive social behaviours and adherence to ethical and fair play standards that contribute to creating a rewarding and enjoyable environment for participation in physical activities (e.g., work effectively and collaboratively in groups by encouraging others, acknowledging others’ contributions, giving and receiving assistance, playing fair and displaying good activity etiquette, providing leadership)Online Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario9Health and Physical EducationA1.3Participate actively and regularly in a wide variety of physical activities, and demonstrate an understanding of factors that can influence and support their participation in physical activity now and throughout their livesDemonstrate positive social behaviours and adherence to ethical and fair play standards that contribute to creating a rewarding and enjoyable environment for participation in physical activities (e.g., work effectively and collaboratively in groups by encouraging others, acknowledging others’ contributions, giving and receiving assistance, playing fair and displaying good activity etiquette, providing leadership)10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario9Health and Physical EducationA3.1Demonstrate responsibility for their own safety and the safety of others as they participate in physical activitiesDemonstrate behaviours and apply procedures that maximize their safety and that of othersCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 4 Day 1
Ontario9Health and Physical EducationA3.1Demonstrate responsibility for their own safety and the safety of others as they participate in physical activitiesDemonstrate behaviours and apply procedures that maximize their safety and that of othersOnline Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario9Health and Physical EducationA3.1Demonstrate responsibility for their own safety and the safety of others as they participate in physical activitiesDemonstrate behaviours and apply procedures that maximize their safety and that of others10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario9Health and Physical EducationC3.4Demonstrate the ability to make connections that relate to health and well-being – how their choices and behaviours affect both themselves and others, and how factors in the world around them affect their own and others’ health and well-beingAbility to describe social factors that may influence substance use (e.g., use of prescription drugs, alcohol, tobacco, chewing tobacco, nutritional supplements, performance-enhancing drugs) or behaviours leading to addictions (e.g., gambling; video, Internet, or computer gaming; eating disorders), and explain how decision-making and communication skills can be used to respond effectively to these influences [IS, CT]Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 3 Day 1
Ontario9Health and Physical EducationC3.4Demonstrate the ability to make connections that relate to health and well-being – how their choices and behaviours affect both themselves and others, and how factors in the world around them affect their own and others’ health and well-beingAbility to describe social factors that may influence substance use (e.g., use of prescription drugs, alcohol, tobacco, chewing tobacco, nutritional supplements, performance-enhancing drugs) or behaviours leading to addictions (e.g., gambling; video, Internet, or computer gaming; eating disorders), and explain how decision-making and communication skills can be used to respond effectively to these influences [IS, CT]10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario9Exploring TechnologiesC2.5Demonstrate an understanding of social effects and issues arising from the use of communications media technologies and the importance of representing cultural and social diversity in media productionsAbility to describe social and ethical issues relating to the use of communications technology (e.g., promotion of hatred, irresponsible use of the Internet, cyberbullying, cultural appropriation).Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 4 Day 4
Ontario9Exploring TechnologiesC2.5Demonstrate an understanding of social effects and issues arising from the use of communications media technologies and the importance of representing cultural and social diversity in media productionsAbility to describe social and ethical issues relating to the use of communications technology (e.g., promotion of hatred, irresponsible use of the Internet, cyberbullying, cultural appropriation).Pink Shirt Day – Anti-Online Bullying Awareness | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario9Exploring TechnologiesC2.5Demonstrate an understanding of social effects and issues arising from the use of communications media technologies and the importance of representing cultural and social diversity in media productionsAbility to describe social and ethical issues relating to the use of communications technology (e.g., promotion of hatred, irresponsible use of the Internet, cyberbullying, cultural appropriation).10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario9Exploring TechnologiesD1.2Follow appropriate health and safety procedures when assembling, using, and maintaining computer systemsAbility to identify issues related to Internet safety and personal identity security (e.g., protection of information stored on computers or transmitted over a network, identity theft, cyberstalking, cyberbullying, privacy policies)Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 4 Day 4
Ontario9Exploring TechnologiesD1.2Follow appropriate health and safety procedures when assembling, using, and maintaining computer systemsAbility to identify issues related to Internet safety and personal identity security (e.g., protection of information stored on computers or transmitted over a network, identity theft, cyberstalking, cyberbullying, privacy policies)Pink Shirt Day – Anti-Online Bullying Awareness | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario9Exploring TechnologiesD1.2Follow appropriate health and safety procedures when assembling, using, and maintaining computer systemsAbility to identify issues related to Internet safety and personal identity security (e.g., protection of information stored on computers or transmitted over a network, identity theft, cyberstalking, cyberbullying, privacy policies)10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario9Health and Physical EducationA1.3Participate actively and regularly in a wide variety of physical activities, and demonstrate an understanding of factors that can influence and support their participation in physical activity now and throughout their livesDemonstrate positive social behaviours and adherence to ethical and fair play standards that contribute to creating a rewarding and enjoyable environment for participation in physical activities (e.g., work effectively and collaboratively in groups by encouraging others, acknowledging others’ contributions, giving and receiving assistance, playing fair and displaying good activity etiquette, providing leadership)Charting your CourseThroughout the course, students will develop skills such as teamwork and respectful collaboration through Group Activities for Levels 1 -8
Ontario9Health and Physical EducationA3.1Demonstrate responsibility for their own safety and the safety of others as they participate in physical activitiesDemonstrate behaviours and apply procedures that maximize their safety and that of othersCharting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
Ontario9Health and Physical EducationC3.4Demonstrate the ability to make connections that relate to health and well-being – how their choices and behaviours affect both themselves and others, and how factors in the world around them affect their own and others’ health and well-beingAbility to describe social factors that may influence substance use (e.g., use of prescription drugs, alcohol, tobacco, chewing tobacco, nutritional supplements, performance-enhancing drugs) or behaviours leading to addictions (e.g., gambling; video, Internet, or computer gaming; eating disorders), and explain how decision-making and communication skills can be used to respond effectively to these influences [IS, CT]Charting your Course7.2 – Strategic Command Level: Content – Commanding Control
Ontario9Health and Physical EducationC3.4Demonstrate the ability to make connections that relate to health and well-being – how their choices and behaviours affect both themselves and others, and how factors in the world around them affect their own and others’ health and well-beingAbility to describe social factors that may influence substance use (e.g., use of prescription drugs, alcohol, tobacco, chewing tobacco, nutritional supplements, performance-enhancing drugs) or behaviours leading to addictions (e.g., gambling; video, Internet, or computer gaming; eating disorders), and explain how decision-making and communication skills can be used to respond effectively to these influences [IS, CT]Charting your Course7.3 – Strategic Command Level: Contact – Choosing Your Teammates Wisely
Ontario9Exploring TechnologiesC2.5Demonstrate an understanding of social effects and issues arising from the use of communications media technologies and the importance of representing cultural and social diversity in media productionsAbility to describe social and ethical issues relating to the use of communications technology (e.g., promotion of hatred, irresponsible use of the Internet, cyberbullying, cultural appropriation).Charting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
Ontario9Exploring TechnologiesC2.5Demonstrate an understanding of social effects and issues arising from the use of communications media technologies and the importance of representing cultural and social diversity in media productionsAbility to describe social and ethical issues relating to the use of communications technology (e.g., promotion of hatred, irresponsible use of the Internet, cyberbullying, cultural appropriation).Charting your Course7.2 – Strategic Command Level: Content – Commanding Control
Ontario9Exploring TechnologiesD1.2Follow appropriate health and safety procedures when assembling, using, and maintaining computer systemsAbility to identify issues related to Internet safety and personal identity security (e.g., protection of information stored on computers or transmitted over a network, identity theft, cyberstalking, cyberbullying, privacy policies)Charting your Course2.1 – Guardian Level: Secure Your Device
Ontario9Exploring TechnologiesD1.2Follow appropriate health and safety procedures when assembling, using, and maintaining computer systemsAbility to identify issues related to Internet safety and personal identity security (e.g., protection of information stored on computers or transmitted over a network, identity theft, cyberstalking, cyberbullying, privacy policies)Charting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
Ontario9Exploring TechnologiesD1.2Follow appropriate health and safety procedures when assembling, using, and maintaining computer systemsAbility to identify issues related to Internet safety and personal identity security (e.g., protection of information stored on computers or transmitted over a network, identity theft, cyberstalking, cyberbullying, privacy policies)Charting your Course7.2 – Strategic Command Level: Content – Commanding Control
British Columbia9Information and Communications Technologies
Applied TechnologiesChoose, adapt, and if necessary learn about appropriate tools and technologies to use for tasksDemonstrate understandingof design and function of networking hardware and topology, including wired and wireless network router types, switches, hubs, wireless transfer systems, and client-server relationships
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 1 Day 5, Week 2 Day 4
British Columbia9Information and Communications Technologies
Applied TechnologiesChoose, adapt, and if necessary learn about appropriate tools and technologies to use for tasksDemonstrate understandingof design and function of networking hardware and topology, including wired and wireless network router types, switches, hubs, wireless transfer systems, and client-server relationships
Pink Shirt Day – Anti-Online Bullying Awareness | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
British Columbia9Information and Communications Technologies
Applied TechnologiesChoose, adapt, and if necessary learn about appropriate tools and technologies to use for tasksDemonstrate understandingof design and function of networking hardware and topology, including wired and wireless network router types, switches, hubs, wireless transfer systems, and client-server relationships
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
British Columbia9Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Propose strategies for avoiding and responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitative situations
• Analyze strategies for responding to discrimination, stereotyping, and bullying
• Develop skills for maintaining healthy relationships and responding to interpersonal conflict
• Identify and understand potential short- and long-term consequences of health decisions, including those involving physical activity, healthy eating, sleep routines, and technology
• Identify and understand strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings
• Identify and understand consequences of bullying, stereotyping, and discrimination
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 4 Day 4
British Columbia9Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Propose strategies for avoiding and responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitative situations
• Analyze strategies for responding to discrimination, stereotyping, and bullying
• Develop skills for maintaining healthy relationships and responding to interpersonal conflict
• Identify and understand potential short- and long-term consequences of health decisions, including those involving physical activity, healthy eating, sleep routines, and technology
• Identify and understand strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings
• Identify and understand consequences of bullying, stereotyping, and discrimination
Pink Shirt Day – Anti-Online Bullying Awareness | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
British Columbia9Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Propose strategies for avoiding and responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitative situations
• Analyze strategies for responding to discrimination, stereotyping, and bullying
• Develop skills for maintaining healthy relationships and responding to interpersonal conflict
• Identify and understand potential short- and long-term consequences of health decisions, including those involving physical activity, healthy eating, sleep routines, and technology
• Identify and understand strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings
• Identify and understand consequences of bullying, stereotyping, and discrimination
Sextortion Scam Awareness: What Teens Need To Know | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
British Columbia9Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Propose strategies for avoiding and responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitative situations
• Analyze strategies for responding to discrimination, stereotyping, and bullying
• Develop skills for maintaining healthy relationships and responding to interpersonal conflict
• Identify and understand potential short- and long-term consequences of health decisions, including those involving physical activity, healthy eating, sleep routines, and technology
• Identify and understand strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings
• Identify and understand consequences of bullying, stereotyping, and discrimination
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
British Columbia9Information and Communications Technologies
Applied TechnologiesChoose, adapt, and if necessary learn about appropriate tools and technologies to use for tasksDemonstrate understandingof design and function of networking hardware and topology, including wired and wireless network router types, switches, hubs, wireless transfer systems, and client-server relationships
Charting your Course2.2 – Guardian Level: Shield Your Network Connection
British Columbia9Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Propose strategies for avoiding and responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitative situations
• Analyze strategies for responding to discrimination, stereotyping, and bullying
• Develop skills for maintaining healthy relationships and responding to interpersonal conflict
• Identify and understand potential short- and long-term consequences of health decisions, including those involving physical activity, healthy eating, sleep routines, and technology
• Identify and understand strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings
• Identify and understand consequences of bullying, stereotyping, and discrimination
Charting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
British Columbia9Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Propose strategies for avoiding and responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitative situations
• Analyze strategies for responding to discrimination, stereotyping, and bullying
• Develop skills for maintaining healthy relationships and responding to interpersonal conflict
• Identify and understand potential short- and long-term consequences of health decisions, including those involving physical activity, healthy eating, sleep routines, and technology
• Identify and understand strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings
• Identify and understand consequences of bullying, stereotyping, and discrimination
Charting your Course7.2 – Strategic Command Level: Content – Commanding Control
British Columbia9Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Propose strategies for avoiding and responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitative situations
• Analyze strategies for responding to discrimination, stereotyping, and bullying
• Develop skills for maintaining healthy relationships and responding to interpersonal conflict
• Identify and understand potential short- and long-term consequences of health decisions, including those involving physical activity, healthy eating, sleep routines, and technology
• Identify and understand strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings
• Identify and understand consequences of bullying, stereotyping, and discrimination
Charting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Alberta9Health and Physical EducationC9-5Students will interact positively with othersStudents will develop practices that contribute to teamwork10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta9Health and Physical EducationC9-6Students will interact positively with othersStudents will identify and demonstrate positive behaviours that show respect for self and othersCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 4 Day 1
Alberta9Health and Physical EducationC9-6Students will interact positively with othersStudents will identify and demonstrate positive behaviours that show respect for self and others10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta9Information and Communication TechnologyF1Students will demonstrate an understanding of the nature of technology3.7 – Demonstrate the ability to troubleshoot technical problems10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta9Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careersCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 4 Day 2
Alberta9Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careersBecome A Cybersecurity Pro | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta9Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careersCybersecurity Careers | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta9Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careers10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta9Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 4 Day 2
Alberta9Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
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Alberta9Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
Cybersecurity Careers | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta9Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta9Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.7 – Analyze and assess the impact on society of having limitless access to informationCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 4
Alberta9Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society4.4 – Evaluate possible potential for emerging technologiesCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 3 Day 1
Alberta9Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society4.6 – Understand issues of e-commerce, including such topics as security and privacy, marketing, and implications for governments, businesses and consumers alikeCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 1 Day 3
Alberta9Information and Communication TechnologyF3Students will demonstrate a moral and ethical approach to the use of technology4.1 – Demonstrate an understanding of how changes in technology can benefit or harm societyCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 3 Day 1
Alberta9Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.7 – Analyze and assess the impact on society of having limitless access to information10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta9Information and Communication TechnologyF3Students will demonstrate a moral and ethical approach to the use of technology4.1 – Demonstrate an understanding of how changes in technology can benefit or harm society10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta9Information and Communication TechnologyF4Students will become discerning consumers of mass media and electronic information2.3 – Discuss how technology can be used to create special effects and/or to manipulate intent through the use of images and sound10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta9Information and Communication TechnologyF4Students will become discerning consumers of mass media and electronic information3.4 – Recognize that the ability of technology to manipulate images and sound can alter the meaning of a communication10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta9Health and Physical EducationC9-5Students will interact positively with othersStudents will develop practices that contribute to teamworkCharting your CourseThroughout the course, students will develop skills such as teamwork and respectful collaboration through Group Activities for Levels 1 -8
Alberta9Health and Physical EducationC9-6Students will interact positively with othersStudents will identify and demonstrate positive behaviours that show respect for self and othersCharting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
Alberta9Information and Communication TechnologyF1Students will demonstrate an understanding of the nature of technology3.7 – Demonstrate the ability to troubleshoot technical problemsCharting your Course7.2 – Strategic Command Level: Content – Commanding Control
Alberta9Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careersCharting your CourseCanadian Cyber Security Skills Framework (1.5, 2.4, 3.5, 4.5, 5.4, 6.5, 7.5
Alberta9Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
Charting your CourseCanadian Cyber Security Skills Framework (1.5, 2.4, 3.5, 4.5, 5.4, 6.5, 7.5
Alberta9Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.7 – Analyze and assess the impact on society of having limitless access to informationCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Alberta9Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society4.4 – Evaluate possible potential for emerging technologiesCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Alberta9Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society4.6 – Understand issues of e-commerce, including such topics as security and privacy, marketing, and implications for governments, businesses and consumers alikeCharting your Course7.2 – Strategic Command Level: Content – Commanding Control
Alberta9Information and Communication TechnologyF3Students will demonstrate a moral and ethical approach to the use of technology4.1 – Demonstrate an understanding of how changes in technology can benefit or harm societyCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Alberta9Information and Communication TechnologyF4Students will become discerning consumers of mass media and electronic information2.3 – Discuss how technology can be used to create special effects and/or to manipulate intent through the use of images and soundCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Alberta9Information and Communication TechnologyF4Students will become discerning consumers of mass media and electronic information3.4 – Recognize that the ability of technology to manipulate images and sound can alter the meaning of a communicationCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Ontario10Health and Physical EducationA1.3Participate actively and regularly in a wide variety of physical activities, and demonstrate an understanding of factors that can influence and support their participation in physical activity now and throughout their livesDemonstrate positive social behaviours and adherence to ethical and fair play standards that contribute to creating a rewarding and enjoyable environment for participation in physical activities (e.g., work effectively and collaboratively in groups by encouraging others, acknowledging others’ contributions, giving and receiving assistance, playing fair and displaying good activity etiquette, providing leadership)Charting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Ontario10Health and Physical EducationA1.3Participate actively and regularly in a wide variety of physical activities, and demonstrate an understanding of factors that can influence and support their participation in physical activity now and throughout their livesDemonstrate positive social behaviours and adherence to ethical and fair play standards that contribute to creating a rewarding and enjoyable environment for participation in physical activities (e.g., work effectively and collaboratively in groups by encouraging others, acknowledging others’ contributions, giving and receiving assistance, playing fair and displaying good activity etiquette, providing leadership)10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario10Health and Physical EducationA3.1Demonstrate responsibility for their own safety and the safety of others as they participate in physical activitiesDemonstrate behaviours and apply procedures that maximize their safety and that of othersCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 4 Day 1
Ontario10Health and Physical EducationA3.1Demonstrate responsibility for their own safety and the safety of others as they participate in physical activitiesDemonstrate behaviours and apply procedures that maximize their safety and that of othersOnline Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario10Health and Physical EducationA3.1Demonstrate responsibility for their own safety and the safety of others as they participate in physical activitiesDemonstrate behaviours and apply procedures that maximize their safety and that of others10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario10Digital Technology and Innovations in the Changing WorldA2.4Demonstrate an understanding of important social, cultural, economic, environmental, and ethical issues, as well as contributions and innovations involving diverse local and global communities, related to digital technologyAbility to investigate how to identify and address bias involving digital technologyCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 3 Day 3
Ontario10Digital Technology and Innovations in the Changing WorldA2.4Demonstrate an understanding of important social, cultural, economic, environmental, and ethical issues, as well as contributions and innovations involving diverse local and global communities, related to digital technologyAbility to investigate how to identify and address bias involving digital technologyUnderstanding Human Biases And Their Role In Misinformation And Social Media | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario10Digital Technology and Innovations in the Changing WorldA2.4Demonstrate an understanding of important social, cultural, economic, environmental, and ethical issues, as well as contributions and innovations involving diverse local and global communities, related to digital technologyAbility to investigate how to identify and address bias involving digital technologyCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 2 Day 2
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceA3.1Demonstrate an understanding of real-world applications of digital technology and programming, including within various industries and careersAbility to investigate how digital technology and programming skills can be used within a variety of disciplines in real-world applications10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceA5.1Explain the importance of software updates and system maintenance to manage the performance and increase the security of a computerAbility to describe different types of malware (e.g., viruses, Trojan horses, worms, spyware, adware, malevolent macros ) and common signs of an intrusion, and explain how to prevent malware attacksCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 2 Day 4
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceA5.1Explain the importance of software updates and system maintenance to manage the performance and increase the security of a computerAbility to describe different types of malware (e.g., viruses, Trojan horses, worms, spyware, adware, malevolent macros ) and common signs of an intrusion, and explain how to prevent malware attacks10 Immutable Rules #4: When creating passwords longer = stronger
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceA5.2Explain the importance of software updates and system maintenance to manage the performance and increase the security of a computerAbility to explain the importance of maintaining soft – ware updates (e.g., operating system updates, application software updates, virus definitions ) to increase computer security and maintain hard – ware and software compatibilityCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 2 Day 4
Ontario10Digital Technology and Innovations in the Changing WorldB3.1Demonstrate an understanding of safe and effective practices related to data and cybersecurity in various contextsAbility to apply safe and effective data practices when using digital technology in various contexts
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 2 Day 2
Ontario10Digital Technology and Innovations in the Changing WorldB3.1Demonstrate an understanding of safe and effective practices related to data and cybersecurity in various contextsAbility to apply safe and effective data practices when using digital technology in various contexts
Online Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario10Digital Technology and Innovations in the Changing WorldB3.1Demonstrate an understanding of safe and effective practices related to data and cybersecurity in various contextsAbility to apply safe and effective data practices when using digital technology in various contexts
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceB3.2Demonstrate an understanding of safe and effective practices related to data and cybersecurity in various contextsAbility to apply safe and effective security practices, including practices to protect their privacy, when using digital technology in various contextsCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 2 Day 1
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceB3.2Demonstrate an understanding of safe and effective practices related to data and cybersecurity in various contextsAbility to apply safe and effective security practices, including practices to protect their privacy, when using digital technology in various contextsOnline Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceB3.2Demonstrate an understanding of safe and effective practices related to data and cybersecurity in various contextsAbility to apply safe and effective security practices, including practices to protect their privacy, when using digital technology in various contexts10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceB4.1Investigate current and emerging innovations in digital technology, including automation and artificial intelligence, and assess their benefits and limitationsAbility to investigate current innovations, including automation and artificial intelligence systems, and assess the impacts of these technologies on everyday lifeCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 2 Day 1
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceB4.1Investigate current and emerging innovations in digital technology, including automation and artificial intelligence, and assess their benefits and limitationsAbility to investigate current innovations, including automation and artificial intelligence systems, and assess the impacts of these technologies on everyday life10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceB4.2Investigate current and emerging innovations in digital technology, including automation and artificial intelligence, and assess their benefits and limitationsAbility to investigate hardware and methods used to establish networks and connectivity, and assess the benefits and limitations of increased connectivity with reference to everyday lifeCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 2 Day 1,3
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceB4.2Investigate current and emerging innovations in digital technology, including automation and artificial intelligence, and assess their benefits and limitationsAbility to investigate hardware and methods used to establish networks and connectivity, and assess the benefits and limitations of increased connectivity with reference to everyday life10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceC3.2Describe legal and ethical issues related to the use of computing devicesAbility to describe safeguards (e.g., effective passwords, secure websites, firewalls, biometric data) for preventing the unethical use of computersCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 2 Day 1
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceC3.2Describe legal and ethical issues related to the use of computing devicesAbility to describe safeguards (e.g., effective passwords, secure websites, firewalls, biometric data) for preventing the unethical use of computers10 Immutable Rules #4: When creating passwords longer = stronger
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceC3.2Describe legal and ethical issues related to the use of computing devicesAbility to describe safeguards (e.g., effective passwords, secure websites, firewalls, biometric data) for preventing the unethical use of computers10 Immutable Rules #5: Weird password restrictions? Be suspicious
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceC4.1Describe postsecondary education and career prospects related to computer studies• Research and describe trends in careers that require computer skills, using local and national sources (e.g., local newspaper, national newspaper, career websites)
• Identify the Essential Skills and work habits that are important for success in computer studies, as defined in the Ontario Skills Passport
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 1 Day 1, 2
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceC4.1Describe postsecondary education and career prospects related to computer studies• Research and describe trends in careers that require computer skills, using local and national sources (e.g., local newspaper, national newspaper, career websites)
• Identify the Essential Skills and work habits that are important for success in computer studies, as defined in the Ontario Skills Passport
Become A Cybersecurity Pro | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceC4.1Describe postsecondary education and career prospects related to computer studies• Research and describe trends in careers that require computer skills, using local and national sources (e.g., local newspaper, national newspaper, career websites)
• Identify the Essential Skills and work habits that are important for success in computer studies, as defined in the Ontario Skills Passport
Cybersecurity Careers | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceC4.1Describe postsecondary education and career prospects related to computer studies• Research and describe trends in careers that require computer skills, using local and national sources (e.g., local newspaper, national newspaper, career websites)
• Identify the Essential Skills and work habits that are important for success in computer studies, as defined in the Ontario Skills Passport
10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Ontario10Health and Physical EducationA1.3Participate actively and regularly in a wide variety of physical activities, and demonstrate an understanding of factors that can influence and support their participation in physical activity now and throughout their livesDemonstrate positive social behaviours and adherence to ethical and fair play standards that contribute to creating a rewarding and enjoyable environment for participation in physical activities (e.g., work effectively and collaboratively in groups by encouraging others, acknowledging others’ contributions, giving and receiving assistance, playing fair and displaying good activity etiquette, providing leadership)Charting your CourseThroughout the course, students will develop skills such as teamwork and respectful collaboration through Group Activities for Levels 1 -8
Ontario10Health and Physical EducationA3.1Demonstrate responsibility for their own safety and the safety of others as they participate in physical activitiesDemonstrate behaviours and apply procedures that maximize their safety and that of othersCharting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
Ontario10Digital Technology and Innovations in the Changing WorldA2.4Demonstrate an understanding of important social, cultural, economic, environmental, and ethical issues, as well as contributions and innovations involving diverse local and global communities, related to digital technologyAbility to investigate how to identify and address bias involving digital technologyCharting your Course7.2 – Strategic Command Level: Content – Commanding Control
Ontario10Digital Technology and Innovations in the Changing WorldB2.1Demonstrate an understanding of various ways to use hardware, software, and file management, and of research practices to support their own use of digital technologyUse file management techniques, including those related to local and cloud storage, to organize, edit, and share filesCharting your Course4.2 – Architect Level: File Sharing
Ontario10Digital Technology and Innovations in the Changing WorldB2.1Demonstrate an understanding of various ways to use hardware, software, and file management, and of research practices to support their own use of digital technologyUse file management techniques, including those related to local and cloud storage, to organize, edit, and share filesCharting your Course4.3 – Architect Level: Protecting your Files
Ontario10Digital Technology and Innovations in the Changing WorldB3.1Demonstrate an understanding of safe and effective practices related to data and cybersecurity in various contextsAbility to apply safe and effective data practices when using digital technology in various contexts
Charting your Course4.1 – Architect Level: Data Protection
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceA3.1Demonstrate an understanding of real-world applications of digital technology and programming, including within various industries and careersAbility to investigate how digital technology and programming skills can be used within a variety of disciplines in real-world applicationsCharting your CourseCanadian Cyber Security Skills Framework (1.5, 2.4, 3.5, 4.5, 5.4, 6.5, 7.5
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceA5.1Explain the importance of software updates and system maintenance to manage the performance and increase the security of a computerAbility to describe different types of malware (e.g., viruses, Trojan horses, worms, spyware, adware, malevolent macros ) and common signs of an intrusion, and explain how to prevent malware attacksCharting your Course2.1 – Guardian Level: Secure Your Device
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceA5.2Explain the importance of software updates and system maintenance to manage the performance and increase the security of a computerAbility to explain the importance of maintaining soft – ware updates (e.g., operating system updates, application software updates, virus definitions ) to increase computer security and maintain hard – ware and software compatibilityCharting your Course2.1 – Guardian Level: Secure Your Device
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceA5.2Explain the importance of software updates and system maintenance to manage the performance and increase the security of a computerAbility to explain the importance of maintaining soft – ware updates (e.g., operating system updates, application software updates, virus definitions ) to increase computer security and maintain hard – ware and software compatibilityCharting your Course2.2 – Guardian Level: Shield Your Network Connection
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceA5.3Explain the importance of software updates and system maintenance to manage the performance and increase the security of a computerExplain the importance of preventive maintenance (e.g., defragmenting a hard drive, deleting unused software and data files ) to manage computer performanceCharting your Course4.4 – Architect Level: Data Destruction and Disposal
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceB3.2Demonstrate an understanding of safe and effective practices related to data and cybersecurity in various contextsAbility to apply safe and effective security practices, including practices to protect their privacy, when using digital technology in various contextsCharting your Course5.2 – Sage Level: Your Map and Compass
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceB4.1Investigate current and emerging innovations in digital technology, including automation and artificial intelligence, and assess their benefits and limitationsAbility to investigate current innovations, including automation and artificial intelligence systems, and assess the impacts of these technologies on everyday lifeCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceB4.2Investigate current and emerging innovations in digital technology, including automation and artificial intelligence, and assess their benefits and limitationsAbility to investigate hardware and methods used to establish networks and connectivity, and assess the benefits and limitations of increased connectivity with reference to everyday lifeCharting your Course2.2 – Guardian Level: Shield Your Network Connection
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceC3.2Describe legal and ethical issues related to the use of computing devicesAbility to describe safeguards (e.g., effective passwords, secure websites, firewalls, biometric data) for preventing the unethical use of computersCharting your Course3.1 – Sentinel Level: Passwords
Ontario10Introduction to Computer ScienceC4.1Describe postsecondary education and career prospects related to computer studies• Research and describe trends in careers that require computer skills, using local and national sources (e.g., local newspaper, national newspaper, career websites)
• Identify the Essential Skills and work habits that are important for success in computer studies, as defined in the Ontario Skills Passport
Charting your CourseCanadian Cyber Security Skills Framework (1.5, 2.4, 3.5, 4.5, 5.4, 6.5, 7.5
British Columbia10Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Propose strategies for avoiding and responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitative situations
• Analyze strategies for responding to discrimination, stereotyping, and bullying
• Develop skills for maintaining healthy relationships and responding to interpersonal conflict
• Identify and understand potential short- and long-term consequences of health decisions, including those involving physical activity, healthy eating, sleep routines, and technology
• Identify and understand strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings
• Identify and understand consequences of bullying, stereotyping, and discrimination
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 4 Day 4
British Columbia10Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Propose strategies for avoiding and responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitative situations
• Analyze strategies for responding to discrimination, stereotyping, and bullying
• Develop skills for maintaining healthy relationships and responding to interpersonal conflict
• Identify and understand potential short- and long-term consequences of health decisions, including those involving physical activity, healthy eating, sleep routines, and technology
• Identify and understand strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings
• Identify and understand consequences of bullying, stereotyping, and discrimination
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British Columbia10Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Propose strategies for avoiding and responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitative situations
• Analyze strategies for responding to discrimination, stereotyping, and bullying
• Develop skills for maintaining healthy relationships and responding to interpersonal conflict
• Identify and understand potential short- and long-term consequences of health decisions, including those involving physical activity, healthy eating, sleep routines, and technology
• Identify and understand strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings
• Identify and understand consequences of bullying, stereotyping, and discrimination
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British Columbia10Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Propose strategies for avoiding and responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitative situations
• Analyze strategies for responding to discrimination, stereotyping, and bullying
• Develop skills for maintaining healthy relationships and responding to interpersonal conflict
• Identify and understand potential short- and long-term consequences of health decisions, including those involving physical activity, healthy eating, sleep routines, and technology
• Identify and understand strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings
• Identify and understand consequences of bullying, stereotyping, and discrimination
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
British Columbia10Computer StudiesApplied SkillsDemonstrate an awareness of precautionary and emergency safety procedures in both physical and digital environmentsStudents will learn about topics such as:
• computer security risks
• impacts of computers and technology on society
• digital literacy and digital citizenship
• impacts of technology use on personal health and wellness
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 1 Day 5, Week 2 Day 4
British Columbia10Computer StudiesApplied SkillsDemonstrate an awareness of precautionary and emergency safety procedures in both physical and digital environmentsStudents will learn about topics such as:
• computer security risks
• impacts of computers and technology on society
• digital literacy and digital citizenship
• impacts of technology use on personal health and wellness
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
British Columbia10Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Propose strategies for avoiding and responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitative situations
• Analyze strategies for responding to discrimination, stereotyping, and bullying
• Develop skills for maintaining healthy relationships and responding to interpersonal conflict
• Identify and understand potential short- and long-term consequences of health decisions, including those involving physical activity, healthy eating, sleep routines, and technology
• Identify and understand strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings
• Identify and understand consequences of bullying, stereotyping, and discrimination
Charting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
British Columbia10Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Propose strategies for avoiding and responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitative situations
• Analyze strategies for responding to discrimination, stereotyping, and bullying
• Develop skills for maintaining healthy relationships and responding to interpersonal conflict
• Identify and understand potential short- and long-term consequences of health decisions, including those involving physical activity, healthy eating, sleep routines, and technology
• Identify and understand strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings
• Identify and understand consequences of bullying, stereotyping, and discrimination
Charting your Course7.2 – Strategic Command Level: Content – Commanding Control
British Columbia10Health and Physical EducationSocial and Community Health• Propose strategies for avoiding and responding to potentially unsafe, abusive, or exploitative situations
• Analyze strategies for responding to discrimination, stereotyping, and bullying
• Develop skills for maintaining healthy relationships and responding to interpersonal conflict
• Identify and understand potential short- and long-term consequences of health decisions, including those involving physical activity, healthy eating, sleep routines, and technology
• Identify and understand strategies to protect themselves and others from potential abuse, exploitation, and harm in a variety of settings
• Identify and understand consequences of bullying, stereotyping, and discrimination
Charting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
British Columbia10Computer StudiesApplied SkillsDemonstrate an awareness of precautionary and emergency safety procedures in both physical and digital environmentsStudents will learn about topics such as:
• computer security risks
• impacts of computers and technology on society
• digital literacy and digital citizenship
• impacts of technology use on personal health and wellness
Charting your Course2.1 – Guardian Level: Secure Your Device
British Columbia10Computer StudiesApplied SkillsDemonstrate an awareness of precautionary and emergency safety procedures in both physical and digital environmentsStudents will learn about topics such as:
• computer security risks
• impacts of computers and technology on society
• digital literacy and digital citizenship
• impacts of technology use on personal health and wellness
Charting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
British Columbia10Computer StudiesApplied SkillsDemonstrate an awareness of precautionary and emergency safety procedures in both physical and digital environmentsStudents will learn about topics such as:
• computer security risks
• impacts of computers and technology on society
• digital literacy and digital citizenship
• impacts of technology use on personal health and wellness
Charting your Course7.2 – Strategic Command Level: Content – Commanding Control
Alberta10Health and Physical EducationC10-5Students will interact positively with othersStudents will develop practices that contribute to teamwork10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta10Health and Physical EducationC10-6Students will interact positively with othersStudents will identify and demonstrate positive behaviours that show respect for self and othersCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 4 Day 1
Alberta10Health and Physical EducationC10-6Students will interact positively with othersStudents will identify and demonstrate positive behaviours that show respect for self and others10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta10Information and Communication TechnologyF1Students will demonstrate an understanding of the nature of technology3.7 – Demonstrate the ability to troubleshoot technical problems10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta10Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careersCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 4 Day 2
Alberta10Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careersBecome A Cybersecurity Pro | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta10Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careersCybersecurity Careers | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta10Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careers10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta10Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 4 Day 2
Alberta10Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
Become A Cybersecurity Pro | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta10Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
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Alberta10Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta10Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.7 – Analyze and assess the impact on society of having limitless access to informationCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 4
Alberta10Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society4.4 – Evaluate possible potential for emerging technologiesCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 3 Day 1
Alberta10Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society4.6 – Understand issues of e-commerce, including such topics as security and privacy, marketing, and implications for governments, businesses and consumers alikeCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 1 Day 3
Alberta10Information and Communication TechnologyF3Students will demonstrate a moral and ethical approach to the use of technology4.1 – Demonstrate an understanding of how changes in technology can benefit or harm societyCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 3 Day 1
Alberta10Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.7 – Analyze and assess the impact on society of having limitless access to information10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta10Information and Communication TechnologyF3Students will demonstrate a moral and ethical approach to the use of technology4.1 – Demonstrate an understanding of how changes in technology can benefit or harm society10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta10Information and Communication TechnologyF4Students will become discerning consumers of mass media and electronic information2.3 – Discuss how technology can be used to create special effects and/or to manipulate intent through the use of images and sound10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta10Information and Communication TechnologyF4Students will become discerning consumers of mass media and electronic information3.4 – Recognize that the ability of technology to manipulate images and sound can alter the meaning of a communication10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta10Health and Physical EducationC10-5Students will interact positively with othersStudents will develop practices that contribute to teamworkCharting your CourseThroughout the course, students will develop skills such as teamwork and respectful collaboration through Group Activities for Levels 1 -8
Alberta10Health and Physical EducationC10-6Students will interact positively with othersStudents will identify and demonstrate positive behaviours that show respect for self and othersCharting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
Alberta10Information and Communication TechnologyF1Students will demonstrate an understanding of the nature of technology3.7 – Demonstrate the ability to troubleshoot technical problemsCharting your Course2.2 – Guardian Level: Shield Your Network Connection
Alberta10Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careersCharting your CourseCanadian Cyber Security Skills Framework (1.5, 2.4, 3.5, 4.5, 5.4, 6.5, 7.5
Alberta10Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
Charting your CourseCanadian Cyber Security Skills Framework (1.5, 2.4, 3.5, 4.5, 5.4, 6.5, 7.5
Alberta10Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.7 – Analyze and assess the impact on society of having limitless access to informationCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Alberta10Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society4.4 – Evaluate possible potential for emerging technologiesCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Alberta10Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society4.6 – Understand issues of e-commerce, including such topics as security and privacy, marketing, and implications for governments, businesses and consumers alikeCharting your Course7.2 – Strategic Command Level: Content – Commanding Control
Alberta10Information and Communication TechnologyF3Students will demonstrate a moral and ethical approach to the use of technology4.1 – Demonstrate an understanding of how changes in technology can benefit or harm societyCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Alberta10Information and Communication TechnologyF4Students will become discerning consumers of mass media and electronic information2.3 – Discuss how technology can be used to create special effects and/or to manipulate intent through the use of images and soundCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Alberta10Information and Communication TechnologyF4Students will become discerning consumers of mass media and electronic information3.4 – Recognize that the ability of technology to manipulate images and sound can alter the meaning of a communicationCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Ontario11Health and Physical EducationA1.3Participate actively and regularly in a wide variety of physical activities, and demonstrate an understanding of factors that can influence and support their participation in physical activity now and throughout their livesDemonstrate positive social behaviours and adherence to ethical and fair play standards that contribute to creating a rewarding and enjoyable environment for participation in physical activities (e.g., work effectively and collaboratively in groups by encouraging others, acknowledging others’ contributions, giving and receiving assistance, playing fair and displaying good activity etiquette, providing leadership)Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 4 Day 1
Ontario11Health and Physical EducationA1.3Participate actively and regularly in a wide variety of physical activities, and demonstrate an understanding of factors that can influence and support their participation in physical activity now and throughout their livesDemonstrate positive social behaviours and adherence to ethical and fair play standards that contribute to creating a rewarding and enjoyable environment for participation in physical activities (e.g., work effectively and collaboratively in groups by encouraging others, acknowledging others’ contributions, giving and receiving assistance, playing fair and displaying good activity etiquette, providing leadership)10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario11Health and Physical EducationA3.1Demonstrate responsibility for their own safety and the safety of others as they participate in physical activitiesDemonstrate behaviours and apply procedures that maximize their safety and that of othersCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 4 Day 1
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Ontario11Health and Physical EducationA3.1Demonstrate responsibility for their own safety and the safety of others as they participate in physical activitiesDemonstrate behaviours and apply procedures that maximize their safety and that of others10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario11Health and Physical EducationC1.2Demonstrate an understanding of factors that contribute to healthy developmenDemonstrate an understanding of the benefits and risks of using electronic communication technologies (e.g., easy access to useful information and entertainment but also to harmful or undesirable information and entertainment, such as pornography; enhanced ability to stay in touch with friends but also increased possibility of exposure to sexual predators, bullying, and sexting; ability to communicate one’s thoughts and creative efforts to the rest of the world but also increased potential for loss of privacy), and describe strategies that they can apply to ensure their safety while using these technologies [IS, CT]Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 4 Day 1
Ontario11Health and Physical EducationC1.2Demonstrate an understanding of factors that contribute to healthy developmenDemonstrate an understanding of the benefits and risks of using electronic communication technologies (e.g., easy access to useful information and entertainment but also to harmful or undesirable information and entertainment, such as pornography; enhanced ability to stay in touch with friends but also increased possibility of exposure to sexual predators, bullying, and sexting; ability to communicate one’s thoughts and creative efforts to the rest of the world but also increased potential for loss of privacy), and describe strategies that they can apply to ensure their safety while using these technologies [IS, CT]Sextortion Scam Awareness: What Teens Need To Know | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario11Health and Physical EducationC1.2Demonstrate an understanding of factors that contribute to healthy developmenDemonstrate an understanding of the benefits and risks of using electronic communication technologies (e.g., easy access to useful information and entertainment but also to harmful or undesirable information and entertainment, such as pornography; enhanced ability to stay in touch with friends but also increased possibility of exposure to sexual predators, bullying, and sexting; ability to communicate one’s thoughts and creative efforts to the rest of the world but also increased potential for loss of privacy), and describe strategies that they can apply to ensure their safety while using these technologies [IS, CT]10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ScienceD3.1Describe postsecondary education and career prospects related to computer studiesResearch and describe career choices and trends in computer science, at the local, national, and international levelsCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 1 Day 1,2
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ScienceD3.1Describe postsecondary education and career prospects related to computer studiesResearch and describe career choices and trends in computer science, at the local, national, and international levelsBecome A Cybersecurity Pro | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ScienceD3.1Describe postsecondary education and career prospects related to computer studiesResearch and describe career choices and trends in computer science, at the local, national, and international levelsCybersecurity Careers | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ScienceD3.1Describe postsecondary education and career prospects related to computer studiesResearch and describe career choices and trends in computer science, at the local, national, and international levels10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ScienceD3.5Describe postsecondary education and career prospects related to computer studiesIdentify the Essential Skills and work habits that are important for success in computer studies, as defined in the Ontario Skills PassportCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 1 Day 1,2
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ScienceD3.5Describe postsecondary education and career prospects related to computer studiesIdentify the Essential Skills and work habits that are important for success in computer studies, as defined in the Ontario Skills PassportBecome A Cybersecurity Pro | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ScienceD3.5Describe postsecondary education and career prospects related to computer studiesIdentify the Essential Skills and work habits that are important for success in computer studies, as defined in the Ontario Skills PassportCybersecurity Careers | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ScienceD3.5Describe postsecondary education and career prospects related to computer studiesIdentify the Essential Skills and work habits that are important for success in computer studies, as defined in the Ontario Skills Passport10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ProgrammingC1.4Demonstrate an understanding of the functions of different types of computer componentsCompare and contrast common ISP services (e.g., DSL, cable, dial-up, regional Wi-Fi) and home networking hardware (e.g., NICs, routers, hardware used for wired and wireless connections)Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 2 Day 2, 3
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ProgrammingD2.3Describe and apply procedures for safe computing to safeguard computer users and their dataDescribe procedures to safeguard data and programs from malware (e.g., viruses, spyware, adwareCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 2 Day 4
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ProgrammingD2.3Describe and apply procedures for safe computing to safeguard computer users and their dataDescribe procedures to safeguard data and programs from malware (e.g., viruses, spyware, adware10 Immutable Rules #4: When creating passwords longer = stronger
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ProgrammingD2.3Describe and apply procedures for safe computing to safeguard computer users and their dataDescribe procedures to safeguard data and programs from malware (e.g., viruses, spyware, adware10 Immutable Rules #5: Weird password restrictions? Be suspicious
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ProgrammingD3.1Explain key aspects of the impact that emerging technologies have on societyExplain how emerging technologies can affect personal rights and privacy (e.g. video surveillance, cyberbullying, identity theft)Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 4 Day 4
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ProgrammingD3.1Explain key aspects of the impact that emerging technologies have on societyExplain how emerging technologies can affect personal rights and privacy (e.g. video surveillance, cyberbullying, identity theft)Pink Shirt Day – Anti-Online Bullying Awareness | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ProgrammingD3.1Explain key aspects of the impact that emerging technologies have on societyExplain how emerging technologies can affect personal rights and privacy (e.g. video surveillance, cyberbullying, identity theft)10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ProgrammingD3.2Explain key aspects of the impact that emerging technologies have on societyDescribe some emerging technologies and their implications for, and potential uses by, various members of society10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ProgrammingD4.1Describe postsecondary education and career prospects related to computer studiesResearch and describe career choices and trends in computer science, at the local, national, and international levelsCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 1 Day 1,2
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ProgrammingD4.1Describe postsecondary education and career prospects related to computer studiesResearch and describe career choices and trends in computer science, at the local, national, and international levelsBecome A Cybersecurity Pro | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ProgrammingD4.1Describe postsecondary education and career prospects related to computer studiesResearch and describe career choices and trends in computer science, at the local, national, and international levelsCybersecurity Careers | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ProgrammingD4.1Describe postsecondary education and career prospects related to computer studiesResearch and describe career choices and trends in computer science, at the local, national, and international levels10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ProgrammingD4.5Describe postsecondary education and career prospects related to computer studiesDescribe the Essential Skills and work habits that are important for success in computer studies, as defined in the Ontario Skills PassportCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 1 Day 1,2
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ProgrammingD4.5Describe postsecondary education and career prospects related to computer studiesDescribe the Essential Skills and work habits that are important for success in computer studies, as defined in the Ontario Skills PassportBecome A Cybersecurity Pro | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ProgrammingD4.5Describe postsecondary education and career prospects related to computer studiesDescribe the Essential Skills and work habits that are important for success in computer studies, as defined in the Ontario Skills PassportCybersecurity Careers | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ProgrammingD4.5Describe postsecondary education and career prospects related to computer studiesDescribe the Essential Skills and work habits that are important for success in computer studies, as defined in the Ontario Skills Passport10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Ontario11Health and Physical EducationA1.3Participate actively and regularly in a wide variety of physical activities, and demonstrate an understanding of factors that can influence and support their participation in physical activity now and throughout their livesDemonstrate positive social behaviours and adherence to ethical and fair play standards that contribute to creating a rewarding and enjoyable environment for participation in physical activities (e.g., work effectively and collaboratively in groups by encouraging others, acknowledging others’ contributions, giving and receiving assistance, playing fair and displaying good activity etiquette, providing leadership)Charting your CourseThroughout the course, students will develop skills such as teamwork and respectful collaboration through Group Activities for Levels 1 -8
Ontario11Health and Physical EducationA3.1Demonstrate responsibility for their own safety and the safety of others as they participate in physical activitiesDemonstrate behaviours and apply procedures that maximize their safety and that of othersCharting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
Ontario11Health and Physical EducationC1.2Demonstrate an understanding of factors that contribute to healthy developmenDemonstrate an understanding of the benefits and risks of using electronic communication technologies (e.g., easy access to useful information and entertainment but also to harmful or undesirable information and entertainment, such as pornography; enhanced ability to stay in touch with friends but also increased possibility of exposure to sexual predators, bullying, and sexting; ability to communicate one’s thoughts and creative efforts to the rest of the world but also increased potential for loss of privacy), and describe strategies that they can apply to ensure their safety while using these technologies [IS, CT]Charting your Course7.3 – Strategic Command Level: Contact – Choosing Your Teammates Wisely
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ScienceC2.2Use appropriate file maintenance practices to organize and safeguard dataUse an operating system to logically organize computer files for easy retrieval, backup, and recoveryCharting your Course4.1 – Architect Level: Data Protection
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ScienceD3.1Describe postsecondary education and career prospects related to computer studiesResearch and describe career choices and trends in computer science, at the local, national, and international levelsCharting your CourseCanadian Cyber Security Skills Framework (1.5, 2.4, 3.5, 4.5, 5.4, 6.5, 7.5
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ScienceD3.5Describe postsecondary education and career prospects related to computer studiesIdentify the Essential Skills and work habits that are important for success in computer studies, as defined in the Ontario Skills PassportCharting your CourseCanadian Cyber Security Skills Framework (1.5, 2.4, 3.5, 4.5, 5.4, 6.5, 7.5
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ProgrammingC1.4Demonstrate an understanding of the functions of different types of computer componentsCompare and contrast common ISP services (e.g., DSL, cable, dial-up, regional Wi-Fi) and home networking hardware (e.g., NICs, routers, hardware used for wired and wireless connections)Charting your Course2.2 – Guardian Level: Shield Your Network Connection
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ProgrammingC2.2Use appropriate file maintenance practices to organize and safeguard dataUse an operating system to logically organize computer files for easy retrieval, backup, and recoveryCharting your Course4.1 – Architect Level: Data Protection
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ProgrammingD2.3Describe and apply procedures for safe computing to safeguard computer users and their dataDescribe procedures to safeguard data and programs from malware (e.g., viruses, spyware, adwareCharting your CourseCanadian Cyber Security Skills Framework (1.5, 2.4, 3.5, 4.5, 5.4, 6.5, 7.5
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ProgrammingD2.3Describe and apply procedures for safe computing to safeguard computer users and their dataDescribe procedures to safeguard data and programs from malware (e.g., viruses, spyware, adwareCharting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ProgrammingD3.1Explain key aspects of the impact that emerging technologies have on societyExplain how emerging technologies can affect personal rights and privacy (e.g. video surveillance, cyberbullying, identity theft)Charting your Course7.3 – Strategic Command Level: Contact – Choosing Your Teammates Wisely
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ProgrammingD3.1Explain key aspects of the impact that emerging technologies have on societyExplain how emerging technologies can affect personal rights and privacy (e.g. video surveillance, cyberbullying, identity theft)Charting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ProgrammingD3.2Explain key aspects of the impact that emerging technologies have on societyDescribe some emerging technologies and their implications for, and potential uses by, various members of societyCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ProgrammingD4.1Describe postsecondary education and career prospects related to computer studiesResearch and describe career choices and trends in computer science, at the local, national, and international levelsCharting your CourseCanadian Cyber Security Skills Framework (1.5, 2.4, 3.5, 4.5, 5.4, 6.5, 7.5
Ontario11Introduction to Computer ProgrammingD4.5Describe postsecondary education and career prospects related to computer studiesDescribe the Essential Skills and work habits that are important for success in computer studies, as defined in the Ontario Skills PassportCharting your CourseCanadian Cyber Security Skills Framework (1.5, 2.4, 3.5, 4.5, 5.4, 6.5, 7.5
British Columbia11Computer Information SystemsApplied SkillsDemonstrate an awareness of precautionary and emergency safety procedures in both physical and digital environments• Develop awareness and understanding of digital security risks
• Demonstrate advanced hardware and software troubleshooting techniques
• Demonstrate appropriate use of technology, including digital citizenship, etiquette, and literacy
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 1 Day 5, Week 2 Day 4
British Columbia11Computer Information SystemsApplied SkillsDemonstrate an awareness of precautionary and emergency safety procedures in both physical and digital environments• Develop awareness and understanding of digital security risks
• Demonstrate advanced hardware and software troubleshooting techniques
• Demonstrate appropriate use of technology, including digital citizenship, etiquette, and literacy
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
British Columbia11Computer Information SystemsApplied SkillsDemonstrate an awareness of precautionary and emergency safety procedures in both physical and digital environments• Develop awareness and understanding of digital security risks
• Demonstrate advanced hardware and software troubleshooting techniques
• Demonstrate appropriate use of technology, including digital citizenship, etiquette, and literacy
Charting your Course2.1 – Guardian Level: Secure Your Device
British Columbia11Computer Information SystemsApplied SkillsDemonstrate an awareness of precautionary and emergency safety procedures in both physical and digital environments• Develop awareness and understanding of digital security risks
• Demonstrate advanced hardware and software troubleshooting techniques
• Demonstrate appropriate use of technology, including digital citizenship, etiquette, and literacy
Charting your Course2.2 – Guardian Level: Shield Your Network Connection
British Columbia11Computer Information SystemsApplied Technologies• Explore existing, new, and emerging tools, technologies, and systems to evaluate their suitability for their design interests
• Evaluate impacts, including unintended negative consequences, of choices made about technology use
• Analyze the role technologies play in societal change
• Computer troubleshooting, including the incorporation of digital tools to aid and assist with research and diagnostics
• Ongoing preventive maintenance, including data security and online/offline backup solutions
• Careers in information and communication technology (ICT), including roles and responsibilities of ICT professionals
• Future technologies and potential societal impacts
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 1 Day 5, Week 2 Day 4
British Columbia11Computer Information SystemsApplied Technologies• Explore existing, new, and emerging tools, technologies, and systems to evaluate their suitability for their design interests
• Evaluate impacts, including unintended negative consequences, of choices made about technology use
• Analyze the role technologies play in societal change
• Computer troubleshooting, including the incorporation of digital tools to aid and assist with research and diagnostics
• Ongoing preventive maintenance, including data security and online/offline backup solutions
• Careers in information and communication technology (ICT), including roles and responsibilities of ICT professionals
• Future technologies and potential societal impacts
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
British Columbia11Computer Information SystemsApplied Technologies• Explore existing, new, and emerging tools, technologies, and systems to evaluate their suitability for their design interests
• Evaluate impacts, including unintended negative consequences, of choices made about technology use
• Analyze the role technologies play in societal change
• Computer troubleshooting, including the incorporation of digital tools to aid and assist with research and diagnostics
• Ongoing preventive maintenance, including data security and online/offline backup solutions
• Careers in information and communication technology (ICT), including roles and responsibilities of ICT professionals
• Future technologies and potential societal impacts
Charting your Course2.2 – Guardian Level: Shield Your Network Connection
British Columbia11Computer Information SystemsApplied Technologies• Explore existing, new, and emerging tools, technologies, and systems to evaluate their suitability for their design interests
• Evaluate impacts, including unintended negative consequences, of choices made about technology use
• Analyze the role technologies play in societal change
• Computer troubleshooting, including the incorporation of digital tools to aid and assist with research and diagnostics
• Ongoing preventive maintenance, including data security and online/offline backup solutions
• Careers in information and communication technology (ICT), including roles and responsibilities of ICT professionals
• Future technologies and potential societal impacts
Charting your Course4.1 – Architect Level: Data Protection
British Columbia11Computer Information SystemsApplied Technologies• Explore existing, new, and emerging tools, technologies, and systems to evaluate their suitability for their design interests
• Evaluate impacts, including unintended negative consequences, of choices made about technology use
• Analyze the role technologies play in societal change
• Computer troubleshooting, including the incorporation of digital tools to aid and assist with research and diagnostics
• Ongoing preventive maintenance, including data security and online/offline backup solutions
• Careers in information and communication technology (ICT), including roles and responsibilities of ICT professionals
• Future technologies and potential societal impacts
Charting your CourseCanadian Cyber Security Skills Framework (1.5, 2.4, 3.5, 4.5, 5.4, 6.5, 7.5
British Columbia11Computer Information SystemsApplied Technologies• Explore existing, new, and emerging tools, technologies, and systems to evaluate their suitability for their design interests
• Evaluate impacts, including unintended negative consequences, of choices made about technology use
• Analyze the role technologies play in societal change
• Computer troubleshooting, including the incorporation of digital tools to aid and assist with research and diagnostics
• Ongoing preventive maintenance, including data security and online/offline backup solutions
• Careers in information and communication technology (ICT), including roles and responsibilities of ICT professionals
• Future technologies and potential societal impacts
Charting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Alberta11Health and Physical EducationC20-5Students will interact positively with othersStudents will develop practices that contribute to teamwork10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta11Health and Physical EducationC20-6Students will interact positively with othersStudents will identify and demonstrate positive behaviours that show respect for self and othersCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 4 Day 1
Alberta11Health and Physical EducationC20-6Students will interact positively with othersStudents will identify and demonstrate positive behaviours that show respect for self and others10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta11Information and Communication TechnologyF1Students will demonstrate an understanding of the nature of technology3.7 – Demonstrate the ability to troubleshoot technical problems10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta11Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careersCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 4 Day 2
Alberta11Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careersBecome A Cybersecurity Pro | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta11Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careersCybersecurity Careers | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta11Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careers10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta11Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 4 Day 2
Alberta11Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
Become A Cybersecurity Pro | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta11Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
Cybersecurity Careers | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta11Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta11Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.7 – Analyze and assess the impact on society of having limitless access to informationCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 4
Alberta11Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.7 – Analyze and assess the impact on society of having limitless access to information10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta11Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society4.4 – Evaluate possible potential for emerging technologiesCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 3 Day 1
Alberta11Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society4.6 – Understand issues of e-commerce, including such topics as security and privacy, marketing, and implications for governments, businesses and consumers alikeCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 1 Day 3
Alberta11Information and Communication TechnologyF3Students will demonstrate a moral and ethical approach to the use of technology4.1 – Demonstrate an understanding of how changes in technology can benefit or harm societyCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 3 Day 1
Alberta11Information and Communication TechnologyF3Students will demonstrate a moral and ethical approach to the use of technology4.1 – Demonstrate an understanding of how changes in technology can benefit or harm society10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta11Information and Communication TechnologyF4Students will become discerning consumers of mass media and electronic information2.3 – Discuss how technology can be used to create special effects and/or to manipulate intent through the use of images and sound10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta11Information and Communication TechnologyF4Students will become discerning consumers of mass media and electronic information3.4 – Recognize that the ability of technology to manipulate images and sound can alter the meaning of a communication10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta11Health and Physical EducationC20-5Students will interact positively with othersStudents will develop practices that contribute to teamworkCharting your CourseThroughout the course, students will develop skills such as teamwork and respectful collaboration through Group Activities for Levels 1 -8
Alberta11Health and Physical EducationC20-6Students will interact positively with othersStudents will identify and demonstrate positive behaviours that show respect for self and othersCharting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
Alberta11Information and Communication TechnologyF1Students will demonstrate an understanding of the nature of technology3.7 – Demonstrate the ability to troubleshoot technical problemsCharting your Course2.2 – Guardian Level: Shield Your Network Connection
Alberta11Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careersCharting your CourseCanadian Cyber Security Skills Framework (1.5, 2.4, 3.5, 4.5, 5.4, 6.5, 7.5
Alberta11Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
Charting your CourseCanadian Cyber Security Skills Framework (1.5, 2.4, 3.5, 4.5, 5.4, 6.5, 7.5
Alberta11Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.7 – Analyze and assess the impact on society of having limitless access to informationCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Alberta11Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society4.4 – Evaluate possible potential for emerging technologiesCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Alberta11Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society4.6 – Understand issues of e-commerce, including such topics as security and privacy, marketing, and implications for governments, businesses and consumers alikeCharting your Course7.2 – Strategic Command Level: Content – Commanding Control
Alberta11Information and Communication TechnologyF3Students will demonstrate a moral and ethical approach to the use of technology4.1 – Demonstrate an understanding of how changes in technology can benefit or harm societyCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Alberta11Information and Communication TechnologyF4Students will become discerning consumers of mass media and electronic information2.3 – Discuss how technology can be used to create special effects and/or to manipulate intent through the use of images and soundCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Alberta11Information and Communication TechnologyF4Students will become discerning consumers of mass media and electronic information3.4 – Recognize that the ability of technology to manipulate images and sound can alter the meaning of a communicationCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
New Brunswick11Cybersecurity and Technical SupportSCO1.2Students will articulate challenges and hypothesize solutions to complete projects and resolve cybersecurity eventsArticulate challenges
• That may involve people and/or technology
• To analyze where cybersecurity vulnerabilities exist
Hypothesize solutions
• That may be involved in completing projects and resolving cybersecurity events
• To determine possible strategies to mitigate cybersecurity vulnerabilities
• To proactively and reactively mitigate cybersecurity risks involving people and technology
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 2 Day 4
New Brunswick11Cybersecurity and Technical SupportSCO1.2Students will articulate challenges and hypothesize solutions to complete projects and resolve cybersecurity eventsArticulate challenges
• That may involve people and/or technology
• To analyze where cybersecurity vulnerabilities exist
Hypothesize solutions
• That may be involved in completing projects and resolving cybersecurity events
• To determine possible strategies to mitigate cybersecurity vulnerabilities
• To proactively and reactively mitigate cybersecurity risks involving people and technology
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
New Brunswick11Cybersecurity and Technical SupportSCO1.3Students will use team-based project management strategies during collaborative efforts• Communicate effectively within a team
• Collaborate online and in-person on team-based tasks
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
New Brunswick11Cybersecurity and Technical SupportSCO1.4Students will apply the fundamentals of digital technology in relation to technical support and cybersecurityStudents will learn topics such as:
• Intro to PC, Computer Hardware Assembly, Preventive Maintenance, Operating
• System Installation System Configuration & Management
• Network Concepts & Applied Networking
• Advanced Troubleshooting
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 2 Day 2
New Brunswick11Cybersecurity and Technical SupportSCO3.3Students will develop and demonstrate skills to identify and counter cybersecurity threatsCybersecurity Threats
• Demonstrate use of proper threat terminology
• Understand and implement post-threat detection and analysis (including the order of operations)
• Determine and implement appropriate operating system security settings
• Determine and implement password security techniques
Vulnerability Assessment
• Understand and identify network vulnerabilities (e.g. public Wi-Fi hotspots)
• Understand and identify computer vulnerabilities (e.g. Bluetooth on personal devices)
Penetration Testing
• Identify the technical means an attacker might use to gain access to a computer or network
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 2 Day 2, 4
New Brunswick11Cybersecurity and Technical SupportSCO3.3Students will develop and demonstrate skills to identify and counter cybersecurity threatsCybersecurity Threats
• Demonstrate use of proper threat terminology
• Understand and implement post-threat detection and analysis (including the order of operations)
• Determine and implement appropriate operating system security settings
• Determine and implement password security techniques
Vulnerability Assessment
• Understand and identify network vulnerabilities (e.g. public Wi-Fi hotspots)
• Understand and identify computer vulnerabilities (e.g. Bluetooth on personal devices)
Penetration Testing
• Identify the technical means an attacker might use to gain access to a computer or network
10 Immutable Rules #4: When creating passwords longer = stronger
New Brunswick11Cybersecurity and Technical SupportSCO3.3Students will develop and demonstrate skills to identify and counter cybersecurity threatsCybersecurity Threats
• Demonstrate use of proper threat terminology
• Understand and implement post-threat detection and analysis (including the order of operations)
• Determine and implement appropriate operating system security settings
• Determine and implement password security techniques
Vulnerability Assessment
• Understand and identify network vulnerabilities (e.g. public Wi-Fi hotspots)
• Understand and identify computer vulnerabilities (e.g. Bluetooth on personal devices)
Penetration Testing
• Identify the technical means an attacker might use to gain access to a computer or network
10 Immutable Rules #5: Weird password restrictions? Be suspicious
New Brunswick11Wellness Through Physical EducationSCO1.3Students analyze how society, media and culture influence wellnessDemonstrate understanding of how media affects how wellness is valued/perceivedCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 3 Day 3
New Brunswick11Wellness Through Physical EducationSCO1.3Students analyze how society, media and culture influence wellnessDemonstrate understanding of how media affects how wellness is valued/perceived10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
New Brunswick11Cybersecurity and Technical SupportSCO1.2Students will articulate challenges and hypothesize solutions to complete projects and resolve cybersecurity eventsArticulate challenges
• That may involve people and/or technology
• To analyze where cybersecurity vulnerabilities exist
Hypothesize solutions
• That may be involved in completing projects and resolving cybersecurity events
• To determine possible strategies to mitigate cybersecurity vulnerabilities
• To proactively and reactively mitigate cybersecurity risks involving people and technology
Charting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
New Brunswick11Cybersecurity and Technical SupportSCO1.3Students will use team-based project management strategies during collaborative efforts• Communicate effectively within a team
• Collaborate online and in-person on team-based tasks
Charting your CourseThroughout the course, students will develop skills such as teamwork and respectful collaboration through Group Activities for Levels 1 -8
New Brunswick11Cybersecurity and Technical SupportSCO1.4Students will apply the fundamentals of digital technology in relation to technical support and cybersecurityStudents will learn topics such as:
• Intro to PC, Computer Hardware Assembly, Preventive Maintenance, Operating
• System Installation System Configuration & Management
• Network Concepts & Applied Networking
• Advanced Troubleshooting
Charting your Course2.1 – Guardian Level: Secure Your Device
New Brunswick11Cybersecurity and Technical SupportSCO1.4Students will apply the fundamentals of digital technology in relation to technical support and cybersecurityStudents will learn topics such as:
• Intro to PC, Computer Hardware Assembly, Preventive Maintenance, Operating
• System Installation System Configuration & Management
• Network Concepts & Applied Networking
• Advanced Troubleshooting
Charting your Course2.2 – Guardian Level: Shield Your Network Connection
New Brunswick11Cybersecurity and Technical SupportSCO3.3Students will develop and demonstrate skills to identify and counter cybersecurity threatsCybersecurity Threats
• Demonstrate use of proper threat terminology
• Understand and implement post-threat detection and analysis (including the order of operations)
• Determine and implement appropriate operating system security settings
• Determine and implement password security techniques
Vulnerability Assessment
• Understand and identify network vulnerabilities (e.g. public Wi-Fi hotspots)
• Understand and identify computer vulnerabilities (e.g. Bluetooth on personal devices)
Penetration Testing
• Identify the technical means an attacker might use to gain access to a computer or network
Charting your Course2.1 – Guardian Level: Secure Your Device
New Brunswick11Cybersecurity and Technical SupportSCO3.3Students will develop and demonstrate skills to identify and counter cybersecurity threatsCybersecurity Threats
• Demonstrate use of proper threat terminology
• Understand and implement post-threat detection and analysis (including the order of operations)
• Determine and implement appropriate operating system security settings
• Determine and implement password security techniques
Vulnerability Assessment
• Understand and identify network vulnerabilities (e.g. public Wi-Fi hotspots)
• Understand and identify computer vulnerabilities (e.g. Bluetooth on personal devices)
Penetration Testing
• Identify the technical means an attacker might use to gain access to a computer or network
Charting your Course2.2 – Guardian Level: Shield Your Network Connection
New Brunswick11Cybersecurity and Technical SupportSCO3.3Students will develop and demonstrate skills to identify and counter cybersecurity threatsCybersecurity Threats
• Demonstrate use of proper threat terminology
• Understand and implement post-threat detection and analysis (including the order of operations)
• Determine and implement appropriate operating system security settings
• Determine and implement password security techniques
Vulnerability Assessment
• Understand and identify network vulnerabilities (e.g. public Wi-Fi hotspots)
• Understand and identify computer vulnerabilities (e.g. Bluetooth on personal devices)
Penetration Testing
• Identify the technical means an attacker might use to gain access to a computer or network
Charting your Course3.1 – Sentinel Level: Passwords
New Brunswick11Wellness Through Physical EducationSCO1.3Students analyze how society, media and culture influence wellnessDemonstrate understanding of how media affects how wellness is valued/perceivedCharting your Course7.2 – Strategic Command Level: Content – Commanding Control
Ontario12Health and Physical EducationA1.3Participate actively and regularly in a wide variety of physical activities, and demonstrate an understanding of factors that can influence and support their participation in physical activity now and throughout their livesDemonstrate positive social behaviours and adherence to ethical and fair play standards that contribute to creating a rewarding and enjoyable environment for participation in physical activities (e.g., work effectively and collaboratively in groups by encouraging others, acknowledging others’ contributions, giving and receiving assistance, playing fair and displaying good activity etiquette, providing leadership)Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 4 Day 1
Ontario12Health and Physical EducationA1.3Participate actively and regularly in a wide variety of physical activities, and demonstrate an understanding of factors that can influence and support their participation in physical activity now and throughout their livesDemonstrate positive social behaviours and adherence to ethical and fair play standards that contribute to creating a rewarding and enjoyable environment for participation in physical activities (e.g., work effectively and collaboratively in groups by encouraging others, acknowledging others’ contributions, giving and receiving assistance, playing fair and displaying good activity etiquette, providing leadership)10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario12Health and Physical EducationA3.1Demonstrate responsibility for their own safety and the safety of others as they participate in physical activitiesDemonstrate behaviours and apply procedures that maximize their safety and that of othersCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 4 Day 1
Ontario12Health and Physical EducationA3.1Demonstrate responsibility for their own safety and the safety of others as they participate in physical activitiesDemonstrate behaviours and apply procedures that maximize their safety and that of othersOnline Safety Basics | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario12Health and Physical EducationA3.1Demonstrate responsibility for their own safety and the safety of others as they participate in physical activitiesDemonstrate behaviours and apply procedures that maximize their safety and that of others10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario12Health and Physical EducationC3.4Demonstrate the ability to make connections that relate to health and well-being – how their choices and behaviours affect both themselves and others, and how factors in the world around them affect their own and others’ health and well-being• Describe social factors that may influence substance use (e.g., use of prescription drugs, alcohol, tobacco, chewing tobacco, nutritional supplements, performance-enhancing drugs) or behaviours leading to addictions (e.g., gambling; video, Internet, or computer gaming; eating disorders), and explain how decision-making and communication skills can be used to respond effectively to these influences [IS, CT]
• Analyse the portrayal of different relationships in the media (e.g., movies, song lyrics, television, print media, Internet) with respect to bias and stereotyping, and describe how individuals can take action to encourage more realistic and inclusive messaging [CT]
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 3 Day 3
Ontario12Health and Physical EducationC3.4Demonstrate the ability to make connections that relate to health and well-being – how their choices and behaviours affect both themselves and others, and how factors in the world around them affect their own and others’ health and well-being• Describe social factors that may influence substance use (e.g., use of prescription drugs, alcohol, tobacco, chewing tobacco, nutritional supplements, performance-enhancing drugs) or behaviours leading to addictions (e.g., gambling; video, Internet, or computer gaming; eating disorders), and explain how decision-making and communication skills can be used to respond effectively to these influences [IS, CT]
• Analyse the portrayal of different relationships in the media (e.g., movies, song lyrics, television, print media, Internet) with respect to bias and stereotyping, and describe how individuals can take action to encourage more realistic and inclusive messaging [CT]
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario12Computer ScienceD2.1Demonstrate an understanding of ethical issues and practices related to the use of computersInvestigate and describe an ethical issue related to the use of computers (e.g., piracy, privacy, security, phishing, spyware, cyberbullyingCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 1 Day 5
Ontario12Computer ScienceD2.1Demonstrate an understanding of ethical issues and practices related to the use of computersInvestigate and describe an ethical issue related to the use of computers (e.g., piracy, privacy, security, phishing, spyware, cyberbullying10 Immutable Rules #2: Privacy policies can’t always be trusted, but they can be tested
Ontario12Computer ScienceD2.3Demonstrate ethical issues and propose strategies to encourage ethical practices related to the use of computersOutline and apply strategies to encourage ethical computing practices at home, at school, and at work10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario12Computer ScienceD3.1Analyze the impact of emerging computer technologies on society and the economyExplain the impact of a variety of emerging technologies on various members of society and on societies and cultures around the world and on the economy10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario12Computer ProgrammingD2.1Demonstrate an understanding of ethical issues and practices related to the use of computersInvestigate and describe an ethical issue related to the use of computers (e.g., piracy, privacy, security, phishing, spyware, cyberbullyingCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 1 Day 5
Ontario12Computer ProgrammingD2.3Demonstrate ethical issues and propose strategies to encourage ethical practices related to the use of computersOutline and apply strategies to encourage ethical computing practices at home, at school, and at work10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Ontario12Computer ProgrammingD4.3Research and report on the range of career paths and lifelong learning opportunities in software development or a computer-related fieldEvaluate their own development of Essential Skills and work habits that are important for success in computer studies, as identified in the Ontario Skills PassportCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 1 Day 1, 2
Ontario12Computer ProgrammingD4.3Research and report on the range of career paths and lifelong learning opportunities in software development or a computer-related fieldEvaluate their own development of Essential Skills and work habits that are important for success in computer studies, as identified in the Ontario Skills PassportBecome A Cybersecurity Pro | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario12Computer ProgrammingD4.3Research and report on the range of career paths and lifelong learning opportunities in software development or a computer-related fieldEvaluate their own development of Essential Skills and work habits that are important for success in computer studies, as identified in the Ontario Skills PassportCybersecurity Careers | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Ontario12Computer ProgrammingD4.3Research and report on the range of career paths and lifelong learning opportunities in software development or a computer-related fieldEvaluate their own development of Essential Skills and work habits that are important for success in computer studies, as identified in the Ontario Skills Passport10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Ontario12Health and Physical EducationA1.3Participate actively and regularly in a wide variety of physical activities, and demonstrate an understanding of factors that can influence and support their participation in physical activity now and throughout their livesDemonstrate positive social behaviours and adherence to ethical and fair play standards that contribute to creating a rewarding and enjoyable environment for participation in physical activities (e.g., work effectively and collaboratively in groups by encouraging others, acknowledging others’ contributions, giving and receiving assistance, playing fair and displaying good activity etiquette, providing leadership)Charting your CourseThroughout the course, students will develop skills such as teamwork and respectful collaboration through Group Activities for Levels 1 -8
Ontario12Health and Physical EducationA3.1Demonstrate responsibility for their own safety and the safety of others as they participate in physical activitiesDemonstrate behaviours and apply procedures that maximize their safety and that of othersCharting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
Ontario12Health and Physical EducationC3.4Demonstrate the ability to make connections that relate to health and well-being – how their choices and behaviours affect both themselves and others, and how factors in the world around them affect their own and others’ health and well-being• Describe social factors that may influence substance use (e.g., use of prescription drugs, alcohol, tobacco, chewing tobacco, nutritional supplements, performance-enhancing drugs) or behaviours leading to addictions (e.g., gambling; video, Internet, or computer gaming; eating disorders), and explain how decision-making and communication skills can be used to respond effectively to these influences [IS, CT]
• Analyse the portrayal of different relationships in the media (e.g., movies, song lyrics, television, print media, Internet) with respect to bias and stereotyping, and describe how individuals can take action to encourage more realistic and inclusive messaging [CT]
Charting your Course7.2 – Strategic Command Level: Content – Commanding Control
Ontario12Health and Physical EducationC3.4Demonstrate the ability to make connections that relate to health and well-being – how their choices and behaviours affect both themselves and others, and how factors in the world around them affect their own and others’ health and well-being• Describe social factors that may influence substance use (e.g., use of prescription drugs, alcohol, tobacco, chewing tobacco, nutritional supplements, performance-enhancing drugs) or behaviours leading to addictions (e.g., gambling; video, Internet, or computer gaming; eating disorders), and explain how decision-making and communication skills can be used to respond effectively to these influences [IS, CT]
• Analyse the portrayal of different relationships in the media (e.g., movies, song lyrics, television, print media, Internet) with respect to bias and stereotyping, and describe how individuals can take action to encourage more realistic and inclusive messaging [CT]
Charting your Course 7.3 – Strategic Command Level: Contact – Choosing Your Teammates Wisely
Ontario12Computer ScienceD2.1Demonstrate an understanding of ethical issues and practices related to the use of computersInvestigate and describe an ethical issue related to the use of computers (e.g., piracy, privacy, security, phishing, spyware, cyberbullyingCharting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
Ontario12Computer ScienceD2.1Demonstrate an understanding of ethical issues and practices related to the use of computersInvestigate and describe an ethical issue related to the use of computers (e.g., piracy, privacy, security, phishing, spyware, cyberbullyingCharting your Course7.2 – Strategic Command Level: Content – Commanding Control
Ontario12Computer ScienceD2.1Demonstrate an understanding of ethical issues and practices related to the use of computersInvestigate and describe an ethical issue related to the use of computers (e.g., piracy, privacy, security, phishing, spyware, cyberbullyingCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Ontario12Computer ScienceD2.3Demonstrate ethical issues and propose strategies to encourage ethical practices related to the use of computersOutline and apply strategies to encourage ethical computing practices at home, at school, and at workCharting your CourseBy the end of this course, students will be able to demonstrate appropriate digital etiquette and practice safe behaviours online
Ontario12Computer ScienceD3.1Analyze the impact of emerging computer technologies on society and the economyExplain the impact of a variety of emerging technologies on various members of society and on societies and cultures around the world and on the economyCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Ontario12Computer ProgrammingD2.1Demonstrate an understanding of ethical issues and practices related to the use of computersInvestigate and describe an ethical issue related to the use of computers (e.g., piracy, privacy, security, phishing, spyware, cyberbullyingCharting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
Ontario12Computer ProgrammingD2.1Demonstrate an understanding of ethical issues and practices related to the use of computersInvestigate and describe an ethical issue related to the use of computers (e.g., piracy, privacy, security, phishing, spyware, cyberbullyingCharting your Course7.2 – Strategic Command Level: Content – Commanding Control
Ontario12Computer ProgrammingD2.1Demonstrate an understanding of ethical issues and practices related to the use of computersInvestigate and describe an ethical issue related to the use of computers (e.g., piracy, privacy, security, phishing, spyware, cyberbullyingCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Ontario12Computer ProgrammingD2.3Demonstrate ethical issues and propose strategies to encourage ethical practices related to the use of computersOutline and apply strategies to encourage ethical computing practices at home, at school, and at workCharting your CourseBy the end of this course, students will be able to demonstrate appropriate digital etiquette and practice safe behaviours online
Ontario12Computer ProgrammingD4.3Research and report on the range of career paths and lifelong learning opportunities in software development or a computer-related fieldEvaluate their own development of Essential Skills and work habits that are important for success in computer studies, as identified in the Ontario Skills PassportCharting your CourseCanadian Cyber Security Skills Framework (1.5, 2.4, 3.5, 4.5, 5.4, 6.5, 7.5
British Columbia12Computer Information SystemsApplied SkillsDemonstrate an awareness of precautionary and emergency safety procedures in both physical and digital environments• Develop awareness and understanding of digital security risks
• Demonstrate advanced hardware and software troubleshooting techniques
• Demonstrate appropriate use of technology, including digital citizenship, etiquette, and literacy
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 1 Day 5, Week 2 Day 4
British Columbia12Computer Information SystemsApplied SkillsDemonstrate an awareness of precautionary and emergency safety procedures in both physical and digital environments• Develop awareness and understanding of digital security risks
• Demonstrate advanced hardware and software troubleshooting techniques
• Demonstrate appropriate use of technology, including digital citizenship, etiquette, and literacy
10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
British Columbia12Computer Information SystemsApplied SkillsDemonstrate an awareness of precautionary and emergency safety procedures in both physical and digital environments• Develop awareness and understanding of digital security risks
• Demonstrate advanced hardware and software troubleshooting techniques
• Demonstrate appropriate use of technology, including digital citizenship, etiquette, and literacy
Charting your Course2.1 – Guardian Level: Secure Your Device
British Columbia12Computer Information SystemsApplied SkillsDemonstrate an awareness of precautionary and emergency safety procedures in both physical and digital environments• Develop awareness and understanding of digital security risks
• Demonstrate advanced hardware and software troubleshooting techniques
• Demonstrate appropriate use of technology, including digital citizenship, etiquette, and literacy
Charting your Course2.2 – Guardian Level: Shield Your Network Connection
British Columbia12Computer Information SystemsApplied SkillsDemonstrate an awareness of precautionary and emergency safety procedures in both physical and digital environmentsIdentify interpersonal skills necessary to work effectively within the IT sectorCharting your CourseCanadian Cyber Security Skills Framework (1.5, 2.4, 3.5, 4.5, 5.4, 6.5, 7.5
Alberta12Health and Physical EducationC30-5Students will interact positively with othersStudents will develop practices that contribute to teamwork10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta12Health and Physical EducationC30-6Students will interact positively with othersStudents will identify and demonstrate positive behaviours that show respect for self and othersCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 4 Day 1
Alberta12Health and Physical EducationC30-6Students will interact positively with othersStudents will identify and demonstrate positive behaviours that show respect for self and others10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta12Information and Communication TechnologyF1Students will demonstrate an understanding of the nature of technology3.7 – Demonstrate the ability to troubleshoot technical problems10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta12Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careersCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 4 Day 2
Alberta12Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careersBecome A Cybersecurity Pro | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta12Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careersCybersecurity Careers | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta12Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careers10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta12Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
Cyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 4 Day 2
Alberta12Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
Become A Cybersecurity Pro | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta12Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
Cybersecurity Careers | KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation
Alberta12Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta12Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.7 – Analyze and assess the impact on society of having limitless access to informationCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 4-8 Week 1 Day 4
Alberta12Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.7 – Analyze and assess the impact on society of having limitless access to information10 Immutable Rules #10: There’s only so much one hero can do
Alberta12Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society4.4 – Evaluate possible potential for emerging technologiesCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 3 Day 1
Alberta12Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society4.6 – Understand issues of e-commerce, including such topics as security and privacy, marketing, and implications for governments, businesses and consumers alikeCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 1 Day 3
Alberta12Information and Communication TechnologyF3Students will demonstrate a moral and ethical approach to the use of technology4.1 – Demonstrate an understanding of how changes in technology can benefit or harm societyCyberday Lesson PlanGrades 9-12 Week 3 Day 1
Alberta12Information and Communication TechnologyF3Students will demonstrate a moral and ethical approach to the use of technology4.1 – Demonstrate an understanding of how changes in technology can benefit or harm society10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta12Information and Communication TechnologyF4Students will become discerning consumers of mass media and electronic information2.3 – Discuss how technology can be used to create special effects and/or to manipulate intent through the use of images and sound10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta12Information and Communication TechnologyF4Students will become discerning consumers of mass media and electronic information3.4 – Recognize that the ability of technology to manipulate images and sound can alter the meaning of a communication10 Immutable Rules #9: Don’t just be a hero for yourself, fight to protect everyone!
Alberta12Health and Physical EducationC30-5Students will interact positively with othersStudents will develop practices that contribute to teamwork10 Immutable Rules Throughout the course, students will develop skills such as teamwork and respectful collaboration through Group Activities for Levels 1 -8
Alberta12Health and Physical EducationC30-6Students will interact positively with othersStudents will identify and demonstrate positive behaviours that show respect for self and othersCharting your Course7.1 – Strategic Command Level: Level-Up Your Digital Armor
Alberta12Information and Communication TechnologyF1Students will demonstrate an understanding of the nature of technology3.7 – Demonstrate the ability to troubleshoot technical problemsCharting your Course2.2 – Guardian Level: Shield Your Network Connection
Alberta12Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society2.2 – Identify the role technology plays in a variety of careersCharting your CourseCanadian Cyber Security Skills Framework (1.5, 2.4, 3.5, 4.5, 5.4, 6.5, 7.5
Alberta12Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.2 – Identify potential technology-related career paths
Charting your CourseCanadian Cyber Security Skills Framework (1.5, 2.4, 3.5, 4.5, 5.4, 6.5, 7.5
Alberta12Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society3.7 – Analyze and assess the impact on society of having limitless access to informationCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Alberta12Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society4.4 – Evaluate possible potential for emerging technologiesCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Alberta12Information and Communication TechnologyF2Students will understand the role of technology as it applies to self, work and society4.6 – Understand issues of e-commerce, including such topics as security and privacy, marketing, and implications for governments, businesses and consumers alikeCharting your Course7.2 – Strategic Command Level: Content – Commanding Control
Alberta12Information and Communication TechnologyF3Students will demonstrate a moral and ethical approach to the use of technology4.1 – Demonstrate an understanding of how changes in technology can benefit or harm societyCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Alberta12Information and Communication TechnologyF4Students will become discerning consumers of mass media and electronic information2.3 – Discuss how technology can be used to create special effects and/or to manipulate intent through the use of images and soundCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges
Alberta12Information and Communication TechnologyF4Students will become discerning consumers of mass media and electronic information3.4 – Recognize that the ability of technology to manipulate images and sound can alter the meaning of a communicationCharting your Course7.4 – Strategic Command Level: Conduct – Combating Cyber Challenges