| Topic : Internet Safety (22)
| ||***Connect Safely|
***Great site > What you’ll find here is news, perspective and advice on safe, successful use of social media and technology for parents, kids & teens, educators and policymakers worldwide.
| ||Be Smart, Strong and Safe|
Recognizing the challenges in discussing the issue of child sexual abuse, this brochure helps educate students in Grades 6 and 7 about this subject in an empowering way. Through a myriad of fun activities, children learn how to identify inappropriate behaviour, and how to talk to a safe adult when something makes them feel uncomfortable.
| ||Canadian Centre for Child Protection|
A national charitable organization dedicated to the personal safety of all children. They provide prevention and education programs for children on personal and internet safety.
| ||Cell Phone Safety|
This comprehensive mobile safety brochure is designed to inform educators and parents about the potential risks posed to children/adolescents using cell phones. It also highlights proactive strategies that can be used to help keep youth safe.
| ||Chat Danger: How to keep SAFE while chatting online|
A site all about the potential dangers on interactive services online like chat, IM, online games, email and on mobile devices.
| ||Connect and Protect|
Resources and links to information about Cybersafety. (From Dave Sands' presentation @ Summit, Mar. 31, 2009)
| ||Cybersmart Do's and Dont's|
Smart net surfing for kids and their grown ups
| ||Cybertip.ca - Internet Safety|
Cybertip.ca is Canada's national tipline for reporting the online sexual exploitation of children.
| ||Get Game Smart|
Great source of information for keeping families safe online
| ||Internet Safety|
A list of resources compiled by the Winnipeg School Division.
| ||Internet Safety Resources|
Resources compiled by the RCMP related to Internet Safety, Cyberbullying, Online Scams and Fraud, Child Exploitation, and others topics.
| ||Internet Safety Tips|
Advice for parents from Disney.com on how to keep your child safe on the internet.
| ||Internet Safety Tips for Parents|
From the BC Ministry of Education
| ||Netling - Top 50 Acronyms for Parents|
Top 50 Internet Acronyms Parents Need to Know
| ||Parental Controls with Google Chrome|
For parents, Google has added the ability to create a “supervised user,” which is enables you to monitor the browsing history, block specific sites and approve sites that the user can access.
| ||Parents' Guide to Facebook|
Designed to help you understand what Facebook is and how to use it safely. With it, you will be better informed and able to communicate with young Facebook users in your life more effectively. That's important because 1) if something goes wrong, we want our children to come to us and 2) as the Internet becomes increasingly social and mobile, a parent’s guidance and support are ever more key to young people’s well-being in social media and technology.
| ||Safe Kids|
SafeKids.com is one of the oldest and most enduring sites for Internet safety
| ||Safety Centre - Online Safety|
Safe Online Outreach Society
| ||Stop cyberbullying|
Good resource for all
| ||Take Back The Net|
Microsoft Canada created Take Back the Net to help families deal with safety and security issues that arise from Internet use. Click the RESOURCES tab.
| ||The Door That is Not Locked|
This comprehensive Internet safety brochure features age-specific (10-12) information on what kids are doing online, the risks associated with these activities, and age-appropriate tips for educators and parents on how to keep children safe.
| Topic : Social Responsibility (5)
| ||Bully Beware|
Take Action Against Bullying
| ||Erase Bullying|
Bullying isn’t just a child’s issue; it’s a school and community issue, and must be addressed with a school and community solution. Everyone has a role to play in supporting students and preventing incidents like bullying.
| ||Free the Children: We Day|
On September 29 a group of Summit Students attended an event at GM Place in celebration of the Me to We philosophy of reaching out to help others, while engaging youth to be the change as they support the international development work of Free The Children.
| ||Passages to Canada|
Passages is a national storytelling initiative that provides Canadians with a greater understanding and appreciation of the contributions that immigrants and refugees make to Canada.
| ||World Centers of Campassion For Children|
Their mission is to create a strong political voice for children in areas of stress due to war, hunger or social, economic, or political upheaval and to respond to their expressed needs materially and emotionally.