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Promoting Kids' Online Safety Through Education

Kids online safetySince 1998, the non-profit foundation iSafe has provided information about kids' online safety through schools, public events and law enforcement agencies. The curriculum has evolved and been refined over the years and is available in all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and Department of Defense schools around the world. The mission is to educate young people about how to avoid the potential dangers posed by the Internet, including cyber bullying, and to promote responsible Internet use.

The organization's courses on kids' online safety are offered through the iSafe website. The foundation operates on Federal funding and donations, which are solicited through the website. The organization's curriculum also helps schools earn federal funding for Internet service through the E-rate program established in 2008. The iSafe mission also includes compiling data anonymously for a National Assessment Center, a database that charts students' understanding of online safety concepts.

The iSafe educational programs for kids' online safety are available for download at the iSafe website for organization members. The online learning modules are geared toward specific groups, including:

  • Educators

  • Students

  • Parents

  • Seniors

  • Law enforcement officers

In addition to teaching students to be on their guard against strangers prowling the Internet, another important element of kids' online safety is monitoring the amount of time spent browsing the Web. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that kids age 2-18 spend no more than two hours per day engaged in electronic entertainment such as TV viewing, video game playing and Internet surfing.

The Mikko Que is a revolutionary tool to help parents take control of their kids' screen time. It works by allowing parents to preset the amount of time kids can use a particular device, and by allowing kids to access the device with TimeKeys burned using a standard USB drive. When the time is up, the TV, video game or computer screen goes blank. It's that simple to find peace of mind about the amount of time your child spends in front of a screen. Contact Mikko USA to learn more.

Media Management for Children ... It's time.

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