If you’re responsible for teaching kids or adults to be safe and secure online, we encourage you to use and share our resources.
Whether you need a game for a classroom activity, videos to share on social media with parents in your community, or an article to use in your workplace newsletter, you can find it here.
Elementary & Middle School Teachers
This online toolkit provides practical information about helping kids make safe, responsible decisions when they're online. It includes tips for parents and kids, videos, presentations, and other resources to help you teach online safety in your community.
In our virtual mall, kids learn to be smarter consumers. They learn how to protect their privacy, how to spot and avoid scams, and how advertising affects them — by playing games, designing their own ads, watching a short film, and much more.
- Order free YouAreHere bookmarks to share with students
High School Teachers
Can’t turn your computer on or off? Is it acting up, running slow, opening pages you didn't click, or displaying pop-ups constantly? There's a good chance your computer's been hacked or infected with a virus. Here’s what to do.
From tax forms to family photos, the files on your computer are valuable. If you don’t want to lose them, back them up, and practice good computer security habits to protect yourself from hackers and viruses.