Internet Safety and Cyberbullying
Internet Safety Sites
Be Web Aware
This site provides the tools that parents need to keep their children safe online.
ConnectSafely is for parents, teens, educators, and advocates for learning about safe, civil use of Web 2.0 tools. This includes a forum where parents, teens, educators, and experts discuss and learn about safe blogging and social networking. It also hosts resources for cyber safety and information about how the web is being used.
Cops for Kids' Safety
An interactive school program designed to teach kids about safety at school, at home, at play, on the street, on the internet and more ...
Since launching Cybertip.ca in September 2002, the tipline has forwarded reports to law enforcement that have resulted in arrests and the removal of offensive websites.
The deal.org Program is affiliated with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and is an information and prevention tool for youth. The site aims to encourage youth throughout Canada to make healthy, informed decisions and to get involved in their communities. Cyberbullying and Internet safety are both addressed on this website.
A website all about digital citizenship.
Disney Surfswell Island
Disney’s Surfswell Island – Lots of fun for K – 5 students.
A Safe Internet
An online resource for bullying information, trends, resources, statistic and products.
Bullying.org's purpose is to eliminate bullying in our society by supporting individuals and organizations to take positive actions against bullying through the sharing of resources, and to guide and champion them in creating non-violent solutions to the challenges and problems associated with bullying. The site includes a section on cyberbullying.
The Center for Safe and Responsible Internet Use provides research and outreach services to address issues of the safe and responsible use of the Internet. We provide guidance to parents, educators, librarians, policy-makers, and others regarding effective strategies to assist young people in gaining the knowledge, skills, motivation, and self-control to use the Internet and other information technologies in a safe and responsible manner.
CyberSmart fosters 21st century skills to increase student engagement and prepare students to achieve in today's digital society by providing resources and information for teachers and parents concerning cyber safety and cyberbullying. A Cybersmart Educator Toolbar can be downloaded for free from this site.
A fun way for K-5 students to learn about Internet Safety.
Take a 4-hour online course to inform yourself about Internet Safety Issues
Kids Help Phone is a toll-free, national, bilingual, phone and web counselling, referral and information service for children and youth. They provide immediate anonymous and confidential support, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. 1 800 668-6868
The Media Awareness Network provides a Web Awareness Program to bring parents and teachers up to speed with what youth are doing online. It addresses the issues of Cyberbullying and Internet safety.
PREVNet (Promoting Relationships and Eliminating Violence Network )
For an extensive list of antibullying resources please visit PREVNet’s site:
Stop Cyberbullying has been designed as an interactive resource, delivering information for educators on cyberbullying. Educational items are available for download and visitors can build information packs or handouts, according to what they need to teach or research.
YOUCAN provides training that is designed to give them the skills they need to peacefully resolve the conflicts they face in their life and in their community. The skills they learn will help them establish and maintain positive and successful relationships. Sponsored by Youth Canada Association.