Online behavior

Classroom materials

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designed for educators....

Through our organization's extensive work in the classroom and in workshops with educators, we could not help but notice that both students and educators were both dissatisfied with their preexisting online safety curriculum. Many felt their curriculum and programs were outdated, too rule intensive, or simply not as applicable as they should be to their students. 

At Operation250 we understand that not everyone may have the opportunity to work directly with our team in their school. So we decided to create this section of our website as an 'online safety guide' for teachers and school administrators. In addition to our classroom materials below; we wanted to provide educators with more thorough background information on the subject of adolescent online behavior, and how we make our materials. So we wrote two Guides for those who want a better understanding of our 'Online Behavior' program. 

 
 

materials

 

online disinhibition reading

Why do we behave differently online? What is it about the internet that often makes people make riskier decisions?

5 Pages (15 Minute Reading)

 

online grooming case study

How are young people groomed online? Is it always obvious when someone is being groomed?

2 Pages (5 Minute Reading)

 

Radicalization/ extremism case study

How are young people being radicalized by extremist groups online?

Adolescent online safety and behavior report

The research behind the model:

Classroom Applications

How can our materials be used in the classroom?

 
 
 

 

hate reading

Why can people be more hateful online than offline? What type of hate exists on the internet?

6 pages (15 Minute Reading)

 

sexual grooming case study

Is it ever alright to share inappropriate photos over texting or on the internet? How is this dangerous?

2 Pages (5 Minute Reading)