These days you and your family can connect from anywhere and for just about anything. By helping your family to become "cyber aware," you can keep the dangers of cyberspace out of your home.
- The Cell Phone Guide for Families with Children explains what you should talk about with your children and why.
- The Teacher's Companion provides 13 sample lesson plans that use Carnegie Cadets: The MySecureCyberspace Game and the Carnegie Cyber Academy website to assist with teaching internet safety.
- The MySecureCyberspace Encyclopedia of Risks and Threats provides definitions of cyber terms.
- The Secure My Cyberspace Tools provide software and hardware suggestions that can help.
Alicia's Lesson Plan
Alicia Kozakiewicz of Pittsburgh was only 13 when she was kidnapped and assaulted by a man she met on the internet. Miraculously, she survived. Now a young adult, Alicia educates young people and parents on the importance of internet safety. Watch it on WQED's OnQ OnDemand
Think Time: How Connected Are You?
Teens are among the leaders of Internet trends. The world is advancing so quickly that many of today's teens will find future careers in technologies that haven't been invented yet. Through the Think Time videos, you'll see why it's time for them to become more cyber savvy.Watch it on the MySecureCyberspace YouTube Channel