Ressources for teachers

The Internet has entered in homes, but without the user mastering the technology. The latter works almost by magic. Often it is our kids that teach us things on the computer, on the digital tablet or on the smartphone. Elementary students are born in a digital world and that's part of everyday life. As a teacher, you may feel helpless about the Internet used and the dangers facing elementary and high school students.

This section of the website is intended to be a toolbox for teachers who want to help students who use the Internet. It is important to supervise a student, whether at the elementary or high school level, and especially to interact with him/her. It must be taught to respect others, even if in cyberspace, the user does not always have eye contact with his interlocutor. For some parents, the Internet can be demonized because of suicides resulting from cyberbullying. In such cases, some parents go so far as to defend everything, which is not a good way. To help you demystify all this, you will find below resources related to the various dangers of the Internet and the best practices that must be adopted for students to navigate safely on the Internet.

To be able to understand the various concepts related to the security of information, you are invited to consult the following links:

Information security

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