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The Achievery
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A FREE online platform created by AT&T in collaboration with Warner Bros. to help connect K-12 students to a new world of digital learning through stories that spark curiosity and content that entertains and teaches. Designed by education experts, The Achievery offers 7 subject-categories and over 500 videos, including clips from some of the most popular movies and shows, all paired with learning activities that can be accessed from everywhere they are - at home, in the classroom, and in their communities. Whether you are an educator looking for innovative ways to teach and plan your lessons, a parent or caregiver interested in finding additional resources for your children, or a motivated student in search of new challenges and opportunities to improve, you can find the best experience for you.

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Virginia Internet Safety Advisory Council
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2024
Date Added:
03/15/2024
American Academy of Pediatrics: Where We Stand: Screen Time
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The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends minimizing or eliminating media exposure, other than video chatting, for children under the age of 18 months. For older preschool-age children, media limits are very appropriate. Have a strategy for managing electronic media to maximize its benefits.

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Interactive
Date Added:
05/20/2024
American Psychological Association: American Psychological Association Health Advisory on Social Media Use in Adolescence
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Psychological scientists examine potential beneficial and harmful effects of social media use on adolescents’ social, educational, psychological, and neurological development.

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05/20/2024
Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University: Digital Citizenship Resource Platform
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The Digital Citizenship+ (Plus) Resource Platform (DCPR) (previously called the Digital Literacy Resource Platform (DLRP)) is an evolving collection of learning experiences, visualizations, and other educational resources (collectively referred to as “tools”) designed and maintained by the Youth and Media team at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University. You can you use the DCRP to learn about different areas of youth’s (ages 11-18) digitally connected life, including:

(1) Artificial Intelligence (AI), (2) Civic and Political Engagement, (3) Computational Thinking, (4) Content Production, (5) Context, (6) Data, (7) Digital Access, (8) Digital Economy, (9) Digital (Literacy), (10) Identity Exploration and Formation, (11) Information Quality, (12) Law, (13) Media (Literacy), (14) Positive/Respectful Behavior, (15) Privacy and Reputation, (16) Safety and Well-being, and (17) Security.

These tools aim to empower you with knowledge about connected learning environments and other parts of the digital world so you can make the choices that are right for you. If you are responsible for educating others, these tools can also support you as you teach, parent, or fill other valuable guidance roles. Our goal is to promote the co-creation of trustworthy and supportive digital spaces for all of us.

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Cross-Curricular
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Virginia Internet Safety Advisory Council
Provider Set:
2024
Date Added:
03/15/2024
Blue Campaign: One Voice. One Mission. End Human Trafficking
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Community leaders educate those around them about a variety of issues and topics, including human trafficking. They may be a trusted adult for a young person, a moral authority in a congregation, or have the ability to empower their peers to learn to recognize and report human trafficking. Regardless of their specific role, their leadership positions them to educate and influence others. Below are several resources that can be used to start conversations and raise awareness of trafficking within communities across the country.

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Cross-Curricular
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Student Guide
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Virginia Internet Safety Advisory Council
Provider Set:
2024
Date Added:
03/15/2024
C&C Curriculum Overview
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Free C&C resources include in-class lesson plans, plug-n-play slides, learning videos, visual aids, and a professional development course for teachers. They were developed on a nonprofit basis with input from independent educators, academic copyright experts, and online civil liberties advocates.

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Cross-Curricular
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Visual Media
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Virginia Internet Safety Advisory Council
Provider Set:
2024
Date Added:
03/15/2024
Checkology: News Literacy Project
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Checkology is a free e-learning platform with engaging, authoritative lessons on subjects like news media bias, misinformation, conspiratorial thinking and more.

Learners develop the ability to identify credible information, seek out reliable sources and apply critical thinking skills to separate fact-based content from falsehoods.

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Cross-Curricular
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Lesson Plan
Provider:
Virginia Internet Safety Advisory Council
Provider Set:
2024
Date Added:
03/15/2024