E-rate

EasyTech Online Safety E-rate Implementation Models

Implementation Model Options erate cipa

It is recommended that you choose one of the three implementation models below for your district or school. Modifications can be made to fit your needs.

View the entire EasyTech Online Safety 2010 CIPA Requirements Guide.

Option 1: Instruction Every Year

Teach one or two Lessons per grade so that students are educated about required CIPA topics every year.

Grades K-2

GradeCurriculum TitleItem Type
KNetiquette and Cyber
Bullying Discussion
1Online Safety: Cyberbullying
2Texting Safety Discussion

 

 

 

Grades 6-8

GradeCurriculum TitleItem Type
6Texting Safety Discussion (2-8) or
Think Before You Text (5-8)
7Online Safety: Digital Citizenship
8Dealing with Cyber Bullying

Grades 3-5

GradeCurriculum TitleItem Type
3Online Safety: Cyberbullying
3Netiquette Discussion
4Online Safety: Communicating Online and Cyberbullying
4Smart Alert! Cyber Bullying Guide
5Online Status Message
Basics Discussion

Grades 9-12

GradeCurriculum TitleItem Type
9Online Safety: Digital Citizenship
10Online Status Messages
Discussion for High
School Students
11Online Safety: Dealing with Cyberbullying
10Online Etiquette Discussion

Option 2: Instruction in Benchmark Years

Teach a series of curriculum in benchmark years so that students are educated about required CIPA topics in one year

ELEMENTARY

GradeCurriculum TitleItem Type
K
1
2Netiquette and Cyber Bullying Discussion
2Online Safety: Cyberbullying
2Texting Safety Discussion
3
4
5Netiquette Discussion
5Online Safety: Communicating Online and Cyberbullying
5Smart Alert! Cyber Bullying Guide
5Online Status Message Basics Discussion

MIDDLE SCHOOL

GradeCurriculum TitleItem Type
6
7Texting Safety Discussion (2-8) or
Think Before You Text (5-8)
7Online Safety: Digital Citizenship
7Online Safety: Dealing with Cyberbullying
8

HIGH SCHOOL

GradeCurriculum TitleItem Type
9Online Safety: Digital Citizenship
9Online Status Messages
Discussion for High School
Students
9Online Safety: Dealing with Cyberbullying
9Online Etiquette Discussion
10
11
12

Option 3: Combination of Both Option 1 and 2

Teach curriculum in a combination of Option 1 and Option 2 so that students are educated about required CIPA topics

Grades K-5

GradesCurriculum TitleItem Type
KNetiquette and Cyber
Bullying Discussion
1Online Safety: Cyberbullying
2Texting Safety Discussion
3Online Safety: Cyberbullying
3Netiquette Discussion
4Online Safety: Communicating Online and Cyberbullying
4Smart Alert! Cyber Bullying Guide
5Online Status Message
Basics Discussion

Grades 6-12

GradeCurriculum Title Item Type
6
7Texting Safety Discussion (2-8) or
Think Before You Text (5-8)
7Online Safety: Digital Citizenship
7Online Safety: Dealing with Cyberbullying
8
9Online Safety: Cyberbullying
9Online Status Messages
Discussion for High School Students
9Online Safety: Dealing with Cyberbullying
9Online Etiquette Discussion
10
11
12

Instructional Notes:

All curriculum items come with a complete lesson plan.
Lessons are interactive, guided practice on key concepts. Students receive instant feedback as they progress through each lesson.
Discussions are teacher led and can be assigned and graded, but are not visible to the student.
Application Exercises are facilitated by the teacher. Teachers can assign and respond online to student submissions.
Assess student mastery of key concepts. Quizzes are instantly scored for immediate feedback. Grades are automatically recorded in the online teacher gradebook.

Note: This E-rate kit is designed to help your district comply with E-rate and CIPA legislation. This does not constitute legal advice. You will need to review the materials and recommended verification plan outlined in this toolkit to ensure it meets your district’s standard for E-rate certification. Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) administers the E-rate program.