How to be an Educator Steward of Student Data Privacy- advice from iKeepSafe
In this guest blog, iKeepSafe offers advice for educators on student data privacy and how to build a student privacy protection program.
Bullying and trolling - advice from Hey U.G.L.Y
In this guest blog, Hey U.G.L.Y. offers advice for educators looking to open up dialogue with those who you they suspect or know is being bullied.
When ‘fake news’ becomes real: the dangers online
In this guest blog, founder and executive director of The Net Safety Collaborative, the U.S. nonprofit organization that runs iCanHelpline.org, talks about the dangers of when ‘fake news’ becomes real.
Whole school approach and ‘using tech for good’ – advice from EPIK Deliberate Digital
EPIK’s mission is to facilitate collaboration around adults and youth using tech for good. In this guest blog, EPIK offers advice to help schools and districts adopt a whole school approach to technology and online safety.
Weapons and violence – advice from ESSN
Educator's School Safety Network help protect the life and safety of students, educators and staff, that's why we've partnered with them to develop our weapons and violence keyword library. They've put together some advice and support following incidents of a keyword capture from this library.
Peer on Peer Sexual Grooming and Assault – advice from SafeBAE
SafeBAE is the only national survivor-driven organization in the US which works exclusively with middle and high-school students to educate 12-18 year olds about positive consent, peer-on-peer grooming, dating violence, sexual assault prevention, re-victimization intervention, survivor self care, and survivor rights under Title IX.