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Cyberbullying Toolkit for Educators: Stand Up, Don't Stand By(2:14).  What role to educators play in helping young people learn to stand up to cyberbullying? What can schools do to create positive school cultures online and off? And what partners to schools have to make this happen?

Internet Safety:  Teachers Can Help

While today is a challenging time to be involved with education, Internet technology does make it a great time to be a teacher.  Never before have educators had immediate access to so many different types of resources!

The challenge is finding time to locate Webs for lessons and professional development and then finding more time to evaluate what has been located.  After carefully reviewing hundreds of Web-resources, we have selected teacher-oriented sites that offer good information in easy-to-follow formats.  This listing is presented in alphabetical order by Web-title. 

We have chosen not to classify these links into groupings because the dynamic nature of Web technologies and the depth and breadth of hyperlinked resources makes it impossible to proclaim any one website is only about any one topic.

This is the paradox of information science and library classification - in this case, a strict system of classifying resources actually hides information because identifying one way to use a given website implies that it may not be helpful for other purposes - not true with most online resources. 

We hope our alphabetical listing is easy to scroll through and that teachers will "click through" those links that sound helpful and fully-see what those Webs have to offer without us prejudging how any one Web might be useful.  Please be sure to also look at our links for youths and for families for more useful sites about online safety and cyberbullying.