EasyTech Curriculum

EasyTech Online Safety CIPA Requirements

How EasyTech Meets 2010 CIPA Requirements

EasyTech Online Safety exceeds E-Rate requirements and covers required Children’s Internet Protection Act or CIPA topics on:

  • Appropriate online behavior, including interacting with other individuals on social networking websites and in chat rooms
  • Cyberbullying awareness and response

To satisfy CIPA requirements, teachers must provide instruction for students covering the 2 topics above. It is up to each district who, what, how and when they implement the CIPA topics. Additional topics are not required but reinforce and expand students’ knowledge of online safety.

Teacher Resources

Can be found on EasyTech Online Safety Support site at https://support.learning.com/product/easytech

  • EasyTech Online Safety Guide
  • EasyTech Online Safety E-Rate Kit CIPA Requirements Guide
  • EasyTech Online Safety E-Rate Kit Administrator Implementation Guide
  • EasyTech Online Safety E-Rate Kit Implementation Model Options
  • EasyTech Online Safety E-Rate Kit FAQ

Parent Resources

Can be found on Parent Resources Support site at https://support.learning.com/community/parents

  • Cyberbullying Prevention Guide for Parents (English)
  • Guía de Prevención de Acoso Cibernético para Padres (Cyberbullying Prevention Guide for Parents – Spanish)
  • Online Safety Guide for Parents (English)
  • Guía de Seguridad En Línea para Padres (Online Safety Guide for Parents – Spanish)

 

E-Rate Alignment Grades K-2

CURRICULUM TITLETIMEITEM TYPEa.1a.2Extends,
reinforces
Netiquette and
Cyber Bullying
Discussion
Netiquette and Cyber Bullying Discussion30
Computer Basics: Cyberbullying (K-3)15
Texting Safety Discussion30
Open Communication Discussion30
Safe Site Strategies Discussion30
Online Searches (2-4)15
Sourcing and Ethics15
Summer Online Safety Poster40

E-Rate Alignment Grades 3-5

CURRICULUM TITLETIMEITEM TYPEa.1a.2Extends,
reinforces
Netiquette and
Cyber Bullying
Discussion
Netiquette Discussion15
Communicating Online: Cyberbullying (4-5)15
Texting Safety Discussion (2-8)30
Think Before You Text (5-8)45
Practicing Online Safety90
Smart Alert! Cyber Bullying Guide45
How would you Feel?45
Online Status Message Basics Discussion (5-8)30
Acceptable Use Policies30
Computer Rules Skit30
Safety Through Open Communication Discussion30
Inappropriate Content Discussion30
Identity Theft Basics Discussion15
Safekeeping Personal Information Discussion30
Blogs (5-8) 18
Community Sites (5-8)15
Better Safe than Sorry45
Sending Email Messages12
Responding to Email Messages8
Email Basics Unit Quiz15
Healthy Computing Discussion (5-8)30
Online Searches (2-4)15
Sourcing and Ethics15
Have Fun, Keep Safe: Filters and Firewalls (5-8)45
Instant Messaging (5-8)15
Summer Online Safety Brochure (3-6) 90

E-Rate Alignment Grades 6-8

CURRICULUM TITLETIMEITEM TYPEa.1a.2Extends,
reinforces
Netiquette and
Cyber Bullying
Discussion
Texting Safety Discussion (2-8)30
Think Before You Text (5-8)45
Online Safety (6-12)15
Online Status Messages Discussion (5-8)30
Dealing with Cyber Bullying (6-12)15
The Bystander Effect80
Cyber Bullying Case Study: Beyond the Victim 90
Take Two: Recognize and Report Cyber Bullying45
Get the Word Out 45
Be Cyber Safe45
What’s Private90
Don’t Even Go There!90
Halt! Who Goes There? Avoiding Online Creeps45
Move It – Don’t Lose It!120
Be an Open Book45
You Can’t Scam Me45
Understanding Identity Theft Discussion15
Online Ethics45
Ethical Use of Digital Resources (6-12)15
Ethics and Consequences45
Share and Tell (5-8)45
Validity and Sourcing (5-6)20
Healthy Computing Discussion (5-8)30
Have Fun, Keep Safe: Filters and Firewalls (5-8)45
Risk Watch!35
Online Communications: Personal15
Search Strategies15
Online Communications: Public15
Online Communication: Shared15
Digital Citizenship Quiz 15
Summer Online Safety Presentation90
Summer Online Safety PSA120

E-Rate Alignment Grades 9-12

CURRICULUM TITLETIMEITEM TYPEa.1a.2Extends,
reinforces
Netiquette and
Cyber Bullying
Discussion
Online Etiquette Discussion90
Online Safety15
Online Status Messages Discussion for High School
Students
50
Watch Your Step! Avoiding Online Creeps45
Text Assured45
Dealing with Cyberbullying15
Spread the Word45
Ready, Set, Action! Identify and Report Cyber
Bullying
45
It’s a Scam!45
Ethical Use of Digital Resources15
Digital Citizenship Quiz15

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.

 

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