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A tool to help adults teach kids about staying safe online.
Grade Level: Parents


bNetS@vvy is presented by the National Education Association Health Information Network (NEAHIN) in partnership with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and Sprint. It gives adults the tools to connect with kids and help them stay safer online.
The site is easy to navigate with links to the topic areas clearly identified in the text of the main page. Links to other areas of the site are in the top navigation bar. Internal pages list topics in the left sidebar.

The ultimate goal of bNetS@vvy is to be a trusted one-stop shop for information, tools and links to high-quality resources that can help young teens stay safe online! To that end, they have assembled a collection of original articles, tools, tips, links and other resources to help parents and teachers connect with young teens to keep them safe and savvy online. The site offers articles on such topics as social networking, wireless devices, gaming, cyberbullying, safety, and privacy. Visitors to the site also can stay informed about the digital world by reading the blog and perhaps posting a comment or perusing articles from the experts, the teachers desk, the parents corner, or the youth voices. While youre there, sign up for the e-newsletter that is published six times a year.


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