Blog

October 14, 2011
Topics: Safety

Do You Have a Safety Pledge?

It’s not always easy giving tweens rules and guidelines but we believe having open communication within the household is very important. One way to encourage open communication is to post Internet safety rules and sign safety pledges that can posted at home. Our partner, Netsmartz, has sample safety pledges for all ages.

Read more...
Comments 9
October 14, 2011

Facebook for Educators

bNetS@vvy is a comprehensive Internet safety website, brought to you by the National Education Association Health Information Network (NEAHIN) in partnership with Sprint, and with editorial review by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. bNetS@vvy provides up-to-date information about online trends and behavior, and offers practical cyber safety tools for use in the home and the classroom. Our goal is to help parents and educators guide children towards the safe and savvy use of social technology. Share your comments or suggestions by e-mail to

Read more...
Comments 4
October 13, 2011

Google+

So you may have heard of this new online feature called Google+ and you're also probably wondering what it is. Well I did a little research to see what I could find out.

It seems as if Google has found a way to make sharing online, just as easy as sharing in the real world. It allows you to customize your “friends” into very specific groups and specify exactly what can be shared with which group.... Read more...
Comments 3
October 13, 2011
Topics: Safety

How Can School Staff Protect Themselves From Bullys?

We often hear stories of students bullying their peers. On more rare occasions we hear of students bullying school faculty. School staff have a duty...

Read more...
Comments 3
October 13, 2011

A Smart Girl's Guide to the Internet

smart girls guide

BnetS@vvy’s goal is to provide useful Internet safety resources to parents and educators, but more importantly we love to hear from tweens directly. See what two middle school girls from Washington, D.C. and New York City have to say about Sharon Cindrich’s, A Smart Girl's Guide to the Internet.

Amori, age 11

A Smart Girl’s Guide to the Internet [by Sharon Cindrich] is a fact filled book that educates young girls about good and bad things that can happen to you or your computer. In the next...

Read more...
Comments 2
Items 31 - 35 of 72  Previous12345678910Next

FIND MORE BLOG POSTS

View blog posts by topic
View blog posts by date
Img Img