San Diego, CA (PRWEB) October 6, 2005
With schools around the United States back in session, many parents, teachers, and administrators are turning to the Internet as an important teaching tool. Safersurfers.org, while seen by hundreds of thousands each month on the Internet, is now reaching out with print materials in addition to its expansive presence on the web. These free materials include Internet safety quizzes, brochures, Internet 'contracts', and lesson plans.
The lesson plans are broken down into four categories; grade school, middle school, high school, and parents. Each lesson plan includes age appropriate materials, interactive discussion topics, and quizzes. All of the lesson plans were designed using the ISTE NET National Educational Technology Standards for Students.
Once again, Safersurfers.org has provided a ground-breaking and innovative method to educate not only students but parents as well.
Doris Settles, Clearinghouse Coordinator for the Kentucky Center for School Safety said, "Safersurfers.org is a great resource for teaching my audiences how to use the Internet safely." Settles is among thousands of teachers, PTAs and law enforcement agencies who have already integrated Safersurfers.org's information into their teachings and trainings.
All of Safersurfers.org's materials are available free of charge and may be reproduced and distributed with permission from the organization.
For additional information on this release (or for a sample of print or promotional materials) visit http://www.safersurfers.org.
Safersurfers.org is a non-profit organization, dedicated to promoting Internet safety through education and awareness. The organization was founded in the spring of 2005, and is currently seeking partnerships and sponsorships in order to expand its programs internationally.
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