Thursday, August 25, 2016

"The Internet and You": New resource for teachers, others to use with kids

The Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University recently released The Internet and You, a set of new educational resources for children in grades 1-3 (release and links).

This is a free resource for teachers and others who work with children, such as those in OST programs.

According to the release,

"Young learners today are surrounded by digital technologies, but often they haven't had the guidance in basic best practices that can help keep their online experiences positive," said Berkman Klein Fellow and "The Internet and You" author Leah Plunkett. "Our new materials aim to support educators with the right tools to empower students to better navigate the digital space."

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