|This will help parents to use Internet Smarts at home.
Online Case Studies - First review the online "Home Version" of the selected case study, and then print out and read the parent guide so you have the information that will help you guide your child through the unit. Afterwards, sit down at the computer with your child and your printed parent guide and go through the lessons step-by-step. As the parent, you will know which points need to be emphasized with your child. These case studies offer a valuable opportunity to engage your child on issues that may greatly affect anything from their schoolwork to their safety.
Family Resource Booklet - Request a free copy of Power to Learn's family resource guide "Internet Smarts: Safeguarding your Kids in Cyberspace" or "Delete Cyberbullying: What Parents Need to Know about Cyberbullying."
Individual and multiple copies of the Internet Smarts guide in both English or Spanish are available upon request at
Individual and multiple copies of the Delete Cyberbullying booklet in English only are available upon request at
What Parents Need to Know - Designed to provide parents with timely and relevant information related to children’s digital media safety these interactive units provide in-depth, practical and "how to" information. Topics include Cyberbullying, Digital Permanence, Social Networking, Keeping Personal Information Private, Copyright and Fair Use and more.
Online Resources - A large number and a wide variety of annotated links are provided on issues related to Internet Smarts. These links make an excellent starting point for research into student online safety as well as topics covered in Internet Smarts.
Get Certified - See what your family knows about the Internet and related issues with online quizzes designed for both younger and older children. Children who pass the quiz are invited to download a colorful certificate, which certifies them "Internet Smart." Be an "Internet Smart" family!