Readiness and Emergency Management for Private Schools
iKeepSafe is dedicated to the education of families on how to stay safe online. They have teamed up with Google to develop a curriculum that educators can use in the classroom to teach what it means to be a responsible digital citizen. The curriculum is designed to be interactive, discussion […]
NSTeens.org teaches tweens and teens about making safer choices online animated videos, short films, games, and interactive comics. Teaching materials are available for intermediate, middle school, and high school educators so they can bring these engaging lessons right into the classroom. All resources on NSTeens.org are free. NSTeens Tips for Educators
Free Digital Resources on online safety for kids & families
Everything you need to teach Digital Citizenship! Help students take ownership of their digital lives. Access ready-to-teach lessons and resources that teach digital citizenship for students in K-12! Resources available in English, Spanish and for distance learning.
The Utah NetSmartz program assists schools in meeting requirements to provide students with digital citizenship training. Access resources and curriculum that teaches K-12 students about digital safety, health, citizenship and leadership.
Save the Date! This year’s conference will be virtual. This year’s theme is Innovate for Impact, addressing questions such as: How can professional learning solve the challenges we facein the upcoming school year? What innovative solutions do education leaders need to know aboutfor professional learning policies, systems, and practices? How can […]
Just as teachers are designing new models of learning, Learning Forward is designing new ways to support schools and systems as they provide professional learning support for teachers, coaches, and leaders to ensure they are collaboratively adapting and continuing to work toward a common vision of excellent teaching and learning […]
This brief offers recommendations and resources to support student’s socio-emotional well-being.
As planning for the new school year begins, leaders and educators can use this guide to make strategic decisions about educational technology that are inclusive and designed to benefit all learners, including those with disabilities.