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I Feel Safe, Included and Respected in My School

I Feel Safe, Included and Respected in My School

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The Ministry of Education is hosting the fourth Student First Anti-Bullying Forum as part of Saskatchewan’s Action Plan to Address Bullying and Cyberbullying. The theme of this year’s forum, Our School Includes Everyone, focuses on positive and supportive school climates and student mental...

Se sentir en sécurité, inclus et respecté dans nos écoles

Se sentir en sécurité, inclus et respecté dans nos écoles

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Le ministère de l’Éducation organise le quatrième forum L’élève avant tout sur la lutte contre le harcèlement. Le thème de cette année en est Dans notre école, tout le monde est inclus et il met l’accent sur le bienêtre mental des élèves et sur l’importance...

Le réseau des parents : les médias sociaux et vos enfants – Assurer la sécurité de vos enfants

Le réseau des parents : les médias sociaux et vos enfants – Assurer la sécurité de vos enfants

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Cette vidéo examine de plus près quelques-uns des risques associés à l’utilisation des médias sociaux, donne des conseils pratiques et fournit des outils dans le but de protéger les jeunes contre le harcèlement et le contenu inapproprié, tout en leur enseignant comment gérer les conflits...

Le réseau des parents : les médias sociaux et vos enfants – Les éléments fondamentaux

Le réseau des parents : les médias sociaux et vos enfants – Les éléments fondamentaux

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Cette vidéo explique pourquoi les réseaux sociaux attirent tant les jeunes et elle explique comment chaque réseau social conçoit et gère la confidentialité et la vie privée. Elle explore ensuite trois règles de base essentielles lorsqu’on doit décider de donner la permission ou non à un...

The Parent Network: Social Media and Your Kids – Keeping Your Kids Safe

The Parent Network: Social Media and Your Kids – Keeping Your Kids Safe

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This video takes a closer look at some of the risks associated with using social networks and gives practical tips and tools for protecting kids from harassment and inappropriate content and teaching them to manage conflict and treat others with respect. It ends with a discussion of ways to keep...

The Parent Network: Social Media and Your Kids – The Basics

The Parent Network: Social Media and Your Kids – The Basics

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This video explains why social networks are so attractive to kids and explains how different social networks take different approaches to privacy. It then looks at three essential ground rules for deciding whether or not to let your children join a social network and making sure that their...

How to make positivity stick | Caitlin Haacke | TEDxTeen.

How to make positivity stick | Caitlin Haacke | TEDxTeen.

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Caitlin is changing the world, one Post-It at a time. At 16, she is the creator of Positive Post-It Day. She uniquely created the event to put an end to bullying after a bully urged her to die. Positive Post-It Day has grown to an international level, celebrated as far as Japan, Brazil, England and...

10 Digital Etiquette Tips..

10 Digital Etiquette Tips..

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A student created video that provides tips about how to be safe, respectful and responsible online....

There's more to life than likes. Make room for realtime..

There's more to life than likes. Make room for realtime..

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Teaching kids how to find a healthy balance with media and technology starts with parents. This PSA from Common Sense Media takes a satirical look at the bad habits parents are role modeling for their kids. To learn more about how to use media and technology wisely visit their website....

Teen Change Agents #MakeItHappy..

Teen Change Agents #MakeItHappy..

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Teens discuss their encounters with online negativity and how they’ve decided to step up, spread happiness online and #MakeItHappy....

Student First Anti-Bullying Youth Forum 2014.

Student First Anti-Bullying Youth Forum 2014.

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In November 2014, approximately 150 students from across the province took part in the second annual Student First Anti-Bullying forum. The forum was an opportunity for students to share their experiences, work together to find possible solutions to address bullying and to encourage student...

Helping your child stay safe online.

Helping your child stay safe online.

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This video offers advice and provides steps that Canadian parents can take to protect children online....

Stop Hating Online: #WordsHurt

Stop Hating Online: #WordsHurt

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You send. She reacts.Click to see how your words affect others with this interactive video.https://www.youtube.com/user/SafetyinCanada/Wordshurt...

A Safe Place for Everyone - Gay-Straight Alliances in our schools.

A Safe Place for Everyone - Gay-Straight Alliances in our schools.

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A Safe Place for Everyone - Gay-Straight Alliances in our schools is a video Saskatoon Public Schools created to highlight Gay Straight Alliances in their schools....

Look Up..

Look Up..

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A spoken word film for an online generation. Look Up or Look Down? - A video for discussion. Text from the video: Look Up. I have 422 friends, yet I am lonely.I speak to all of them everyday, yet none of them really know me. The problem I have sits in the spaces between,looking into their...

Easy Ways to Stay Safe on Your Mobile..

Easy Ways to Stay Safe on Your Mobile..

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This video explains how to use your mobile device safely with tips about strong passcodes, security settings and more....

Stop Hating Online: Consequences TV Ad..

Stop Hating Online: "Consequences" TV Ad..

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In some cases, sharing intimate photos online could be illegal. Visit http://www.Canada.ca/StopHatingOnline....

How to Create a Strong Password..

How to Create a Strong Password..

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Passwords are an essential part of life online - and if we're not careful about keeping them secret, they can cause big problems. By understanding the risks and making passwords stronger, we can feel a little more secure....

How to Protect Your Name Online..

How to Protect Your Name Online..

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In the past, doing something embarrassing wasn't a big deal. It happened, and then people moved on. But now that things can be shared on the Web immediately, those embarrassing moments can last forever and impact your reputation and those of your friends....

Easy Ways to Stay Safe on Social Networks.

Easy Ways to Stay Safe on Social Networks.

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This video offers tips to safely enjoy social networking while protecting your personal information and reputation online....

Student First Anti-Bullying Youth Forum 2013.

Student First Anti-Bullying Youth Forum 2013.

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The SaskTel I Am Stronger program and the Ministry of Education came together with over 100 youth from across Saskatchewan for the province's inaugural Student First Anti-Bullying Youth Forum....

Kid President's 20 Things We Should Say More Often.

Kid President's 20 Things We Should Say More Often.

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Kid President believes the things we say can help make the world more awesome. Here he shares a special list of 20 things we should say more often. What would you add to it?...

InCtrl: Your Digital Footprint: Leaving a Mark..

InCtrl: Your Digital Footprint: Leaving a Mark..

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A video for teachers and parents that explains the concept of a digital identity. Many students don't know that what they do online can impact their digital footprint, permanently. This video explores how having control over your digital footprint is an important step in managing your privacy....

Cyberbullying: Bullying 2.0

Cyberbullying: Bullying 2.0

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A video made by the RCMP about cyberbullying. (Also available in French https://youtu.be/6EmBk0Vd-Lk) This video looks specifically at the prevalence of cyberbullying and encourages everyone to take responsibility for preventing online bullying. Source: Social determinants of health and well-being...

The Innovation of Loneliness..

The Innovation of Loneliness..

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What is the connection between Social Networks and Being Lonely?Quoting the words of Sherry Turkle from her TED talk - Connected, But Alone.(ted.com/talks/sherry_turkle_alone_together.html)...