Canada’s Media Awareness Network
Canada’s Media Awareness Network provides a suite of lessons for middle and high school classrooms. The lessons cover understanding what cyberbullying is and what actions to take when cyberbullying occurs. Lessons for older students include topics like ethical behaviors and civic participation.
Related Tools & Resources
The Canadian site Media Awareness Network is full of media literacy information and activities for parents, teachers, and children.
With the digital lives we lead, we're often online and can be always connected. With that kind of access, we all have a responsibility for keeping the Internet safe. National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) lets others know that all of us have a role in protecting our digital lives.
Research on how youth develop their expectations of how they should behave and how they expect to be treated when online.
KQED's new media literacies curriculum provides free lesson plans and other resources.
A multi-platform pro-social initiative aimed at empowering youth to take constructive action when they see someone being bullied.