|There are a variety of ways to implement the Internet Smarts program in your classroom.
Online Case Studies - First browse through your selected case study online, and then print out and read or browse through the teacher guide so you know how the lesson flows. Afterwards, your students can work in groups or individually on computers with Internet access. Each teacher guide provides discussion questions along with a step-by-step guide to the lesson. Throughout the lesson there are discussion points and opportunities to break the students into smaller groups.
Family Resource Booklets - After an Internet Smarts lesson, send your students home with a copy of Power to Learn's free family resource guide "Internet Smarts: Safeguarding your Kids in Cyberspace." Books available in both English and Spanish by request at
Get Certified - Test your students' general knowledge about the Internet and related issues with online quizzes designed for 2 different levels. Students who pass the quiz are invited to download a certificate, which certifies them "Internet Smart."
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 safety online as well as topics covered in Internet Smarts.