Don't Bully Online by Keith Deltano http://www.dontbullyonline.com/
anti bullying assembly will change school culture when combined with his
curriculum to create a school wide anti bullying campaign. He has
performed anti bullying assemblies for high schools, middle schools and
elementary schools throughout the nation. Keith uses serious comedy to
engage students, teachers, and parents during his school assemblies, teacher
workshops, and parent outreach events. His experience as an award winning
teacher and parent coach have turned him into one of the nation’s most
requested anti bullying speakers. Keith addresses cyberbullying, physical
bullying, racism, exclusion, verbal bullying, gossip, and the mean girl
phenomenon. When working with older students he addresses heavier topics like
cutting, teen suicide, teen depression, and the importance of seeking help for
self-harming behaviors. Keith's website provides a number of resources that
may be useful.
Enough is Enough http://enough.org
A non-profit organization dedicated to making the web safer for children.
Web Wise Kids http://www.webwisekids.org
According to its website Web Wise Kids, "has been providing unique and effective resources to equip young people to safely use and enjoy the latest technologies. Our programs prepare kids to be their own first lines of defense so they can confidently explore the best that the Internet has to offer".
Net Smartz Kids http://www.netsmartz.org
Net Smartz Kids is an organization sponsored by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. This web page is designed for children ages 5-17, their parents and educators. The page provides a great deal of age appropriate resources to educate children on how to be safer on-line.
This is a parental computer monitoring system. It is offered free to all parents through the Passaic County Sheriff's Department.
Common Sense Media http://www.commonsensemedia.org
Common Sense Media is dedicated to improving the lives of kids and families by providing the trustworthy information, education, and independent voice they need to thrive in a world of media and technology.