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Internet Safety Implementation Plan
Transcript of Internet Safety Implementation Plan
Protecting Children in the 21st Century Act &
Children's Internet Protection Act
The Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) was enacted by Congress in 2000 to address concerns about children’s access to obscene or harmful content over the Internet.
CIPA imposes certain requirements on schools or libraries that receive discounts for Internet access or internal connections through the E-rate program.
In early 2001, the FCC issued rules implementing CIPA and provided updates to those rules in 2011.
The doorway to success!
- TTLs trained in Internet Safety Initiative
mplementation Plan Form due to Instructional Technology (Google App)
- TTL or designee will train all teachers who will teach lessons at site
- Student lessons window - Teachers trained will provide Internet Safety instruction to students
- TTL or designee will send out Teacher Verification link to form teachers must fill out
- Teacher Verification Form Due to IT
- Implementation Plan Form 2 due to Instructional Technology
March - May
- Internet Safety instruction to students
- All teacher surveys submitted through Survey Monkey (link will be emailed to each school site)
Presented by: Instructional Technology
The Protecting Children in the 21st Century Act and Child Internet Protection Act (CIPA) states that schools must provide for educating students about:
- including interacting with other individuals, on social networking web sites and in chat rooms
awareness and response
Safety and Privacy
All students K-12 must be instructed in these areas annually.
A Haiku web site has been organized to provide teachers with recommended lessons and resources that will comply with this legislation. (The minimum number of lessons required per grade level is explained on the grade level pages. The maximum is three, one in each area.)
Pomona USD History
- iSafe: Administrators and Teachers were trained in the iSafe Program through online videos
eveloped a district-wide policy to teach students about Appropriate Online Behavior, Safety and Privacy, and Cyberbulling.
2013-2014 & beyond
- Continue with district-wide Internet Safety Initiative in which all students are taught lessons on Appropriate Online Behavior, Safety and Privacy, and Cyberbulling.
What is Required
Internet Safety Lessons Link found on all school library pages (library.pusd.org)!
Lessons are provided by Common sense Media (www.commonsensemedia.org)
Teachers will teach one to three lessons per grade on the required topics (Cyberbullying lessons in all grades except Kindergarden):
K: One lesson
1: One lesson
2- 5: Two 45 minute lessons per grade per year
6-8: Three 45 minute lessons per grade per year
9-12: Two 45 minute lessons per grade per year
PUSD Internet Safety