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Links 1 through 10 of 19 by Mark Wagner tagged internetsafety

Again, I haven't played with it yet, but this looks like another social microblogging option for small groups of students (such as a class, led by a teacher). I think @shareski posted this on twitter, and I'd love to learn more about it.

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This site has been making the rounds in Twitter and Buzz - and will definitely be a part of my next "Blog If You Love Learning" workshop. From the about page: "Kidblog.org is built by teachers, for teachers, so students can get the most out of the blogging process. Kidblog meets the need for a safe and simple blogging platform suitable for elementary and middle school students. Most importantly, Kidblog allows teachers to monitor and control all publishing activity within the classroom blogging community. If you've tried (perhaps with limited success) other blogging platforms like Blogger, Edublogs, or Wordpress.com, you'll notice the Kidblog difference immediately!"

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This is a free digital citizenship program (mostly related to creative content, which I take to me intellectual property)... also via Ted Lai.

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Via Ted Lai (though I believe Burt Lo shared this with me before). This is the FBI's Safe Online Surfing site for educators, students, and parents.

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Wes Freyer shares some of his own learning as his daughter's video response to President Obama's speech goes viral (or nearly)... as of this annotation it's been viewed 85,000 times. Wes shares insights into YouTube comment moderation and more (including additional anecdotes in a follow up post).

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Lainie McGann passed on the recommendation of Andi Querry (Crime Prevention Specialist, Newport Beach Police Department) that parents with teens in trouble online might consider Dr. Jerry Weichman's book and website.

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These are Lainie McGann's categorized Internet Safety resources. I'll be adding a link to this to my workshop as well.

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Google has produced a page of tips for keeping children safe online - and an accompanying video.

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At long last, here's the video I shot with the OCDE last summer. It turned out alright and I hope some of you might be able to use it with parents or teachers in your area as a conversation starter or an online resource.

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