Child Safety on the Internet
Child Safety on the Internet is an extremely important issue for every parent. We have created this page in order to assist you in gathering the necessary knowledge and skills to effectively protect your children from the dangers of the Internet, and to enable her or him to develop in accordance with the course of modern society. Searching the Internet for information, we found a free manual “Web We Want” (link: www.saferinternet.org/c/document_library/get_file?uuid=10c06ff7-9263-4996-a7d3-116340b9fe6f&groupId=10137) – an educational handbook for use by 13-16 year olds, developed with and by young people. Teachers, parents and other educators can find supporting material on the issues and activities in the handbook at www.webwewant.eu, which will also serve as a platform where young people are able to present some of their personal responses.
• European Schoolnet publication
• In collaboration with the Insafe network, with the support of Liberty Global and Google.
• Created in 2013
Copyright: this work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-NoDerivative Works 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit: http://creative commons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0
In the manual you can find:
* simple tips for children and parents regarding the use of computers
* how to protect children from online dangers
* make surfing fun and safe
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Some specialized programs for children are:
* View the browsing history / visited sites via Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer
If you want to learn how to install and the basics of using specialized programs listed in the guide, we recommend that you watch the video presentation intended to help you use these programs in a real situation.
Sites with games and educational content:
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Proofreading: Ana Kedves