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Internet Safety and Ethics Teacher Pass includes:

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Sample of Social Studies Online: Digital Literacy Connections to Civics and History

  1. Scout's Honor
    The Girl Scouts Internet Safety Pledge provides a thoughtful way to approach online safety. Yummy cookies not included. Sorry.

  2. No Laughing Matter
    Also from the Girl Scouts, the "Heads Up: Stop. Think. Connect." campaign addresses online sharing, keeping yourself and your computer safe, and even cyberbullying. Good stuff, Girl Scouts. Good stuff.