|Magnolia ISD has adopted the i-SAFE.org training for students, parents, and community members to help understand the necessity of being safe and thinking critically while online. Founded in 1998 and endorsed by the U.S. Congress, i-SAFE is a non-profit foundation dedicated to protecting the online experiences of youth everywhere. i-SAFE incorporates dynamic community outreach to empower students, teachers, parents, law enforcement, and concerned adults to make the Internet a safer place through the i-Learn online training system. i-SAFE offers different self paced web training for different audiences: |
Educators / Parents / Grandparents / Students / Law Enforcement
|Get Trained in 3 Easy Steps |
|1. Create an i-SAFE Account ||2. Complete Training ||3. Get Certified and Spread the Word |
|Create an account and go through a short pre-survey to gauge your level of i-SAFETY.||Complete all video modules and chapters through the iLearn Training area.||Print your i-SAFE Certificate and help train everyone else you know. |
|Certification and Example Training Outline|
|You will receive i-SAFE Certification once you have completed the training. A printable certificate will be made available through the iSafe / iLearn training system. Here is an example training outline using the iParent training series:|
Children are exposed to the Internet at an early age and grow up using the technology. But they often don't understand the risks. This lesson maps out the strategy by which parents can stay one step ahead. First teach your children, and then train other parents to do the same.
Children are given Internet access-without a user's manual. This lesson provides just that. You learn that children are at-risk online, even in the security of the family home. And you'll understand that in the digital age, parents must be proactive.
Parents take preventative steps to keep their families free from infection. If you're not careful, the family's computer can be infected with worms, viruses, Trojan horses, and spyware. This lesson teaches you how to spot trouble, and offers some preventative Rx.
Curriculum & Outreach
A child really understands how to be cyber safe when he or she is able to teach others. In this lesson, you see where parents fit into the three parts of the i-SAFE Internet safety training program-education, youth empowerment, and outreach.
The Digital Divide
Think you know your child's online behavior? Take the quiz. You may not know as much as you thought. This lesson helps bridge the gap between what you and your children know about online dangers. And, we offer you cyber safety parenting tips.
Help keep Cyberspace safe from predators, bullies, and malicious code. This lesson teaches you how to expand your influence beyond your home to ensure that Internet safety education is taught at school and Internet safety awareness is spread.