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Comments on: Online Safety – Videos that get 'em

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By:  Derrall Garrison

Mon, 29 Oct 2007 11:11:41 +0000

Should I do the Tree Octopus with inexperienced sixth graders as a first blog post? After moodle forum and

By: Suzanne Shanks

Sun, 16 Sep 2007 03:36:08 +0000

I too have been using some of those. I appreciate the links to even more. I convert them at home and burn cd's for school- everything's blocked -and I have units about web safety every year. You can see some of them on the Web Quests page of my site: I have a few articles on the Parents page as well but I really need to update it. Thanks again for sharing.

By: AllanahK

Wed, 12 Sep 2007 21:06:56 +0000

Hector's World is a wonderful resource for little kids on being safe on line. You can download a little widget type dolphin that sits on your desktop. If you see something that is a bit dodgy on the net you click on the widget and it covers the screen with our lovely NZ Hector's dolphin while the student goes and gets help. It also has a resource bank of teacher lesson plans in cyber-safety and child centred videos.

By: » Internet Safety - Message Delivered Multi-faceted Refractions

Tue, 11 Sep 2007 23:56:28 +0000

[...] D. Sessums :: Weblog -Teachable Moment: Cyberbullying) elected to use, as shared by Jeff Utecht (The Thinking Stick - Online Safety -Videos that get ‘em). I tried to capture the conversation on my digital recorder, but there was a malfunction so I am [...]

By: Bob Cotter

Tue, 11 Sep 2007 04:53:34 +0000

Thanks for the links to the source... much appreciated. I actually had posted this blog page and my comment to our Websites for Educators page in the conferences section of our FirstClass system. I have now posted your response with a comment about the power of the internet when it comes to reading blogs and seeking information. Great stuff!

By: Jim Sill

Tue, 11 Sep 2007 04:22:33 +0000

Great links for internet safety lessons. In response to Bob...a few of these ads were the result of the National Ad Council's "Online Sexual Exploitation" and "Cyberbullying Prevention" Campaigns. You can send your parents to these pages on their site: or Both feature a few more great videos under the Television heading.

By: Bob Cotter

Tue, 11 Sep 2007 01:45:59 +0000

I like these videos... some of them I already use with students. One unfortunate aspect of YouTube is the comment area. I always download the videos to show in class, but I would often like to give the link to kids to take home to show their parents. There are way too many of these that have juvenile comments, peppered with foul language. I realize that would likely be less prevalent on TeacherTube, but alas many of the links to videos are for ones posted on YouTube. Cheers... Bob