Students will complete an activity from the Bureau of Labor and Statistics website. "Choosing a Career" encourages students to research careers among the 580+ careers listed in the Occupational Outlook Handbook. After conducting research, students will interview someone working in that career field and create a written report on what they have learned. If time permits, students may present their findings to the class.
To make the most of the Internet, kids need to be prepared to make smart decisions. Be Internet Awesome teaches kids the fundamentals of digital citizenship and safety so they can explore the online world with confidence. Features a full curriculum or individual units of study so teachers and parents can help instill positive, safe behaviors when using the web.
We first created the Be Internet Awesome curriculum for educators. Teaching digital safety and citizenship is a crucial component of today’s classroom, but home will always be the foundation of any child’s learning, and healthy online habits are no different.
Technology moves fast, and staying ahead of the curve can be a challenge in itself. We’ve created this guide for families to make it easier to incorporate and practice good digital habits in your everyday lives. Packed with good stuff, this guide will help you and your kids discuss, learn, and think together about the five areas of Internet awesomeness:
-Smart, Share with Care
-Alert, Don’t Fall for Fake
-Strong, Secure Your Secrets
-Kind, It?s Cool to Be Kind
-Brave, When in Doubt, Talk It Out
Each of these areas is a key component of the Be Internet Awesome program used in more and more schools across the country and world. If your kids are learning with Be Internet Awesome at school, this guide will help you follow along and reinforce what they’re learning in the classroom.
Cuando primero creamos el programa Sé genial en Internet, lo diseñamos para
los educadores. Sé genial en Internet es un programa multifacético diseñado para
enseñarles a los niños las habilidades que necesitan para preservar su seguridad y
actuar con inteligencia en línea. Este tema es importante para enseñar en la clase
pero también en el hogar. El hogar siempre será la base del aprendizaje de los
niños, y los hábitos saludables en línea no son la excepción.
Sin embargo, la tecnología se mueve a gran velocidad y adelantarse a los
acontecimientos puede ser todo un desafío. Hemos creado esta guía para que
las familias puedan incorporar y practicar buenos hábitos digitales con mayor
facilidad en sus vidas. Esta guía te ayudará a ti y a tus hijos a evaluar, analizar y
aprender juntos las cinco lecciones fundamentales de la genialidad en Internet:
Inteligente, Comparte con cuidado
Alerta, No caigas en trampas
Seguro, Protege tus secretos
Amable, Ser amable es genial
Valiente, Si tienes dudas, pregunta
Cada una de estas áreas es un componente clave del programa Sé genial en
Internet, que se utiliza cada vez en más escuelas. Si tus hijos están aprendiendo
con este programa en la escuela, esta guía te ayudará a seguir el ritmo y reforzar
lo que aprenden en el clase.
Welcome to the Be Internet Awesome curriculum, a collaboration between Google, The Net Safety Collaborative, and the Internet Keep Safe Coalition. This resource is part of the Be Internet Awesome program designed to help teach kids the skills they need to be safe and smart online. This year, we’ve added 10 new activities to the curriculum. We partnered with the Committee for Children nonprofit organization to create new social-emotional learning activities to help guide children on their digital journeys. Additionally, we’ve added new lessons on search literacy and updated our safety and security activities to meet the needs of today’s digital world. You’ll also find activities categorized for specific grade levels to accommodate the wide spectrum of child development.
Notably, the Be Internet Awesome program has undergone a thorough evaluation by the University of New Hampshire’s Crimes Against Children Research Center. As a result of the study, this is the first internet safety program proven to positively impact student learning on topics of online safety and digital citizenship. The Be Internet Awesome curriculum is self-contained. All the activities are designed to be used with no prior professional development, minimal class prep and no special equipment or resources needed to teach them. Additionally, the lessons are reinforced through gameplay with Interland , an adventure-packed online game that makes learning about digital safety and citizenship interactive and fun—just like the Internet itself.
Five fundamental topics of digital citizenship and safety form the Internet Code of Awesome:
•?Share with Care: Digital Footprint and Responsible Communication
•?Don’t Fall for Fake: Phishing, Scams, and Credible Sources
•?Secure Your Secrets: Online Security and Passwords
•?It’s Cool to Be Kind: Combating Negative Online Behavior
•?When in Doubt, Talk It Out: Questionable Content and Scenarios
This curriculum was created for grades 2?6, however educators with both older and younger students have found value in the lessons, particularly with key vocabulary, class discussions (they age up or down), and gameplay. We encourage you to experiment to find what works best for your learners, whether that means completing the curriculum start to finish or going deep on one or two lessons most needed by your students. To complement the curriculum, you’ll find additional educator and family resources—such as ready-to-teach Pear Deck slides, printable activities, and a family guide and tips for the home.
The International Society of Technology in Education (ISTE) completed an independent audit of Be Internet Awesome, recognizing the program as a resource that prepares young learners to meet the 2021 ISTE Standards for Students. ISTE has awarded Be Internet Awesome with the Seal of Alignment for Readiness.
Este es el plan de estudio de Sé genial en Internet, creado por Google en colaboración con la Coalición para una Internet segura (iKeepSafe.org). Este recurso forma parte de “Sé genial en Internet”, un programa multifacético diseñado para enseñarles a los niños las habilidades que necesitan para preservar su seguridad y actuar con inteligencia en línea. El plan de estudio de Sé genial en Internet les brinda a los educadores las herramientas y los métodos necesarios para enseñar en el aula los conceptos básicos de ciudadanía y seguridad digital. Las planificaciones de lecciones brindan los conocimientos esenciales a los educadores que preparan a sus estudiantes para que se conviertan en ciudadanos exitosos y protegidos en nuestro mundo interconectado. Para reforzar estas lecciones, se emplean técnicas de ludificación mediante Interland (g.co/SegenialenInternet), un juego de aventuras en línea para aprender sobre ciudadanía y seguridad digital, tan interactivo y divertido como navegar en Internet. El Código para ser genial en Internet consta de cinco temas fundamentales sobre ciudadanía y seguridad digital: • Comparte con cuidado (Sé inteligente en Internet) • No caigas en trampas (Mantente alerta en Internet) • Protege tus secretos (Mantente seguro en Internet) • Ser amable es genial (Sé amable en Internet) • Si tienes dudas, pregunta (Sé valiente en Internet) Las lecciones están pensadas idealmente para estudiantes de tercer y sexto grado, pero el plan de estudios les ha resultado útil a educadores con estudiantes más pequeños o grandes, en especial el contenido relacionado con el vocabulario clave, los análisis en el aula (acorde a las edades) y el modo de juego. Te alentamos a experimentar con el contenido a fin de determinar las prácticas más eficaces para tus alumnos, ya sea completar el plan de estudios de principio a fin o profundizar en las lecciones específicas que consideres más importantes para tu entorno de aprendizaje. Tras completar una auditoría independiente de Sé genial en Internet, la ISTE (International Society of Technology in Education, Sociedad Internacional para la Tecnología en la Educación) reconoció el programa como un recurso que prepara a los alumnos para cumplir con los estándares ISTE 2016 para estudiantes. La ISTE otorgó a Sé genial en Internet la distinción “Seal of Alignment for Readiness”. El plan de estudios de Sé genial en Internet y el juego Interland son dos de los numerosos recursos que pueden aprovechar tanto familias como educadores para fomentar un uso más sensato de Internet. Si deseas consultar los recursos adicionales de Google, como el aprendizaje en video para educadores, el material descargable para el aula y las herramientas útiles de integración tecnológica, visita g.co/SegenialenInternet.
Kids can play their way to being Internet Awesome with Interland, an online adventure that puts the key lessons of digital safety into hands-on practice with four challenging games.
Understanding media literacy is more important than ever before. There probably isn’t a teacher on the planet who isn’t feeling that at least a little bit, now—because the ways our children are consuming, making and sharing media have changed so much since we were in their shoes. So where do we start? With the lessons in this little handbook. They offer the foundational tools and concepts of literacy for today’s media environment. You’ll find six activities designed specifically for elementary school students. They’ll learn about…
•?Perspective and how we’re all media makers now, each maker with their own views and ways of interpreting what they see in media
•?Framing—how media makers make choices about what to leave in and leave out of what they create or share
•?Credibility: what it means and how to look for it to spot misinformation
•?Deception and manipulation in media so they can spot disinformation online
•?Sourcing and representation—why we need to make it a practice to ask, “Who made this and why?”
Your students will also learn what media makers have always needed to think about: the impact of their messages. So welcome to a little handbook that offers something really big: learning how to navigate our media environment with confidence and competency.
Interactive slides using Pear Deck, tailor made for the Be Internet Awesome curriculum. Google has partnered with the educators at Pear Deck to create custom, interactive presentations and vocabulary flashcards to accompany the Be Internet Awesome curriculum. Students engage and respond to questions from their individual classroom device, while teachers can:
-Control the pace of the lesson
-View student answers from their Pear Deck Teacher Dashboard
-Share completed lessons with students and parents through Google Drive
Pear Deck is 100% web-based, device agnostic, and completely integrated with Google Classroom. Getting started couldn’t be simpler: just install the Pear Deck for Google Slides Add-on and use the Be Internet Awesome installer to get your slides and flashcard files. Just power it with Pear Deck, and you’re all set!
Bring the Be Internet Awesome pillars to life offline with five printable activities and corresponding ready-to-teach Google Slides lessons.
We all know there are all kinds of ways to learn things—tips, educational games, skits, workbook exercises and, ok, lectures too (but don’t worry, no lectures here!). This collection of resources offers ways to learn online safety basics for a bunch of learning styles. For each unit of the Be Internet Awesome Family Guide—Smart, Alert, Strong, Kind and Brave—you’ll find something for everyone in your family:
•?Tips for safe Internet awesomeness you can discuss as a family
•?A little exercise that represents a top takeaway from each unit
•?Games the whole family can play together.
As for games, now there are two kinds for you and your kids in the Be Internet Awesome ecosystem. There’s Interland, the interactive game they can play by themselves or with you while you watch, and now there are your Be Internet Awesome Tips and Activities, little digital safety games for the whole family to play together (at least 2-4 people). You could make each of these part of “Family Game Night” or use it as a fun way to cap off a discussion about one of the Tips. Whether with “Charades,” “Password Scramble” or whichever game you pick, what better way to learn safety than to get goofy together and have fun?
This is a lesson to help enforce the ideas of teamwork and deductive reasoning in school and in the workplace. Students will work together to figure out what a picture that has been cut into peices is without having all the peices. Students will use teamwork and deductive reasoning to try to figure it out.
To help you tackle the tough questions, Google created a Digital Wellbeing guide to spark productive conversations and identify healthy habits that work for your whole family. Topics include:
-Decide when and how to use devices
-Find positive content
-Determine when your kids are ready for a device
-Use social media meaningfully and responsibly
-Make gaming a positive experience
-Balance offline and online activities
As middle school students begin weighing their future career options, engineering may be one that they consider. This lesson plan allows those students to look at the four main types of engineering as well as some of the subgroups. Students will research what each type of engineer does then narrow the focus to a type of engineering that interests them most. They will explore engineering job opportunities in Ohio in the engineering field of their choice. All of the information they discover will be documented in a presentation that can be shared with others.
When kids explore the world of online video, they can be empowered to explore their interests, learn from different perspectives and foster a sense of belonging. And with videos from creators around the world — from DIY tutorials and music, to learning, gaming, shows and more — there is so much to dive into. To help your child get all the benefits that the online world has to offer, parents play an important role in helping kids learn the rules of the road — and where to turn if they need help. As kids grow up, their interests expand. They need to gain independence and find new ways to learn and create. And that need for growing independence in a digital world can be a source of anxiety for parents. That’s why we want to help parents and caregivers work with their kids to build the skills needed to safely and confidently navigate YouTube through a supervised experience.
We’ve worked with our friends at the PTA, the Parent Zone, and the Net Safety collaborative to create this guide for you to review with your kids before giving them access to YouTube in a supervised account. Use this as a starting point to help your kid learn how to browse and watch video content responsibly, but remember to check in and keep the conversation going.
Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration and developed by the National Center for O*NET Development, the My Next Move: O*NET Interest Profiler helps students discover their interests and how they relate to the world of work using a color-coded survey that includes smiley-face symbols to accompany the numbers to denote level of interest.
This page includes information from My Next Move by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA). Used under the CC BY 4.0 license. O*NET® is a trademark of USDOL/ETA.
Welcome! This website is a library of curated age-appropriate assessments and transition and employment resources for educators working with transition-aged youth in Ohio schools. Viewers can choose to navigate this site by using the horizontal menu or site map that displays internal pages alphabetically.
Educators and families will find formal and informal assessments designed to support transition-aged youth as they work toward life experiences beyond high school. These resources include general assessments for educators, families, and students; assessments for post-secondary employment, college, and independent living; and assessments for health and medical concerns.
Also included on this site are transition and employment resources from the Ohio Department of Education, Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence (OCALI), Ohio Employment First, OhioMeansJobs, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, National Technical Assistance Center on Transition, and others.
The vetting of assessments and resources represents a collaborative effort by Ohio’s 16 State Support Teams. This website is designed and maintained by State Support Team 1. Contact State Support Team 1 or call 419.720.8999 if assistance is required.
Find tools and strategies to help students be successful on tests like ACT, WorkKeys, and AP that students take on the pathway to graduation.
The classic folk tale Stone Soup is a metaphor for the support of community during hard times: Soup is LOVE! Stone Soup is available in digital format through the Internet Archive's Open Library. See related titles in NoveList.LEARN to share!! There is always enough soup for all.
Who are the People in your Neighborhood? Help young students practice their research and presentation skills with this fun, hands-on community helper research and presentation project.