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Internet Safety: Organizations

 

Below are links to internet safety curricula and organizations, including both free and for-profit sites. TEA does not endorse any of the following providers:

Common Sense Media 
Common Sense Media is a not-for-profit organization that provides information on media and technology.

CyberSmart 
CyberSmart provides free K-12 curriculum correlated to the International Society for Technology in Education's (ISTE’s) National Education Technology Standards (NETS).

Department of Information Resources: Secure Texas 
Cyber Texas provides technology security information as well as tips on how to strengthen Texas’ technology infrastructure.

iSafe Inc  
iSAFE is a non-profit foundation that provides free K-12 curricula and training to schools.

NetSmartz.org 
Comic book-style characters address social networking and cyberbullying through animation, videos, and web comics.

NetSmartz411 
NetSmartz411 is an online resource for parents on internet safety, computers, and the web.

TeenAngels  
WiredSafety provides internet safety tips for teens.

Texas School Safety Center  
The Texas School Safety Center provides internet safety resources for educators, parents, and students.

WiredSafety 
WiredSafety provides information designed to teach young internet users how to safely surf the web.

Use these links to access additional internet safety information: 

Internet Safety Home 
Communication 
Cyberbullying 
Privacy 
Activities 
Piracy 
Security

 

For additional information, contact

Educational Technology
Texas Education Agency
1701 North Congress Avenue
Austin, TX  78701
512-463-9400

edtech@tea.state.tx.us

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