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Canadian Centre for Child Protection

The Door That's Not Locked

As educators, you play such an important role in the lives of your students. The very nature of your day-to-day interactions with children puts you in a very special position to build on the safety skills they may be learning at home — particularly Internet safety.

Today’s students are spending more and more time online — both in school and during their leisure time. While the online world can be a very exciting and helpful place for them — allowing them to conduct research for school projects, play fun games or just interact with one another — the Internet is a completely public and potentially dangerous environment. It is a door that is not locked, that can pose risks to your students.

How to use the website:

Simply click on one of the tabs above with the corresponding Grade level you are looking for Internet safety information on. You will then find on the left-hand side a list of four categories (“The 411 on Internet activities,” “Relationships and the Internet,” “Child Development,” and “Internet Safety Tools for Teachers”) that you can click on for more exciting and comprehensive age-specific Internet safety information.

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Target Audiences:
All Ages
Education Staff
Province Wide

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