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17 Cartoon Videos Explaining the Internet and Internet Safety to Kids

17 Cartoon Videos Explaining the Internet and Internet Safety to Kids

HT: Richard Byrne at Free Technology for Teachers blog.

http://www.freetech4teachers.com/2013/01/17-cartoon-videos-explaining-internet.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+freetech4teachers%2FcGEY+%28Free+Technology+for+Teachers%29

Planet Nutshell produces short animated videos to explain products, services, and concepts. One of their series of videos is all about the Internet and Internet safety for K-12 students. The series is called NetSafe and it has 17 episodes that were produced for the Utah Education Network. The videos are labeled with grade levels so that students in high school don’t watch videos designed for K-3 students. The first video in the series is an explanation of what the Internet is in terms that K-3 students can understand.

NetSafe Episode 1: What is the Internet?
(Grades K-3)
from Planet
Nutshell
on Vimeo.

NetSafe Episode 2: What is Personal Information? (Grades K-3) from Planet Nutshell on Vimeo.

NetSafe Episode 3: Tell an Adult (Grades K-3) from Planet Nutshell on Vimeo.

NetSafe Episode 4: Be Kind Online (Grades K-3) from Planet Nutshell on Vimeo.

NetSafe Episode 5: Cyberbullies are No Fun! (Grades 4-6) from Planet Nutshell on Vimeo.

NetSafe Episode 6: What is Personal Information? (Grades 4-6) from Planet Nutshell on Vimeo.

NetSafe Episode 7: Understanding Online “Friends” (Grades 4-6) from Planet Nutshell on Vimeo.

NetSafe Episode 8: Talk to an Adult You Trust (Grades 4-6) from Planet Nutshell on Vimeo.

NetSafe Episode 9: Posting Pictures Online (Grades 4-6) from Planet Nutshell on Vimeo.

NetSafe Episode 10: How to Stop Cyber-bullying (Grades 7-12) from Planet Nutshell on Vimeo.

Episode 11 explains to 7-12 students how they can protect
their personal information online.

NetSafe Episode 11: Protect Your Personal
Information (Grades 7-12)
from Planet Nutshell on Vimeo.

Good stuff and nicely scaffolded by grade(s).

Stephen

 

Posted on: January 7, 2013, 6:52 am Category: Uncategorized