NYCDOE Making a Difference
Educators from schools in the New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE) system can access i-SAFE's GOLD Internet safety curriculum and programming, enabling them to educate K-12 students on a variety of e-Safety topics including:
- Appropriate Online Behavior
- Cyber Bullying
- Social Networking
Registering with i-SAFE and creating an account is quick and easy, and completed online in just a couple of minutes.
Adding Schools and Educators
To add your school to the i-SAFE and NYCDOE relationship simply click this link to get started.
- Thursday - October 3, 2013
- Tuesday - October 8, 2013
- Wednesday - October 16, 2013
- Thursday - October 24, 2013
- Friday - November 8, 2013
- Wednesday - November 13, 2013
- Monday - November 18, 2013
- Friday - December 6, 2013
- Thursday - December 12, 2013
- Tuesday - December 17, 2013
- Thursday - January 9, 2014
- Thursday - January 23, 2014
All webinars begin at 12:00 PM ET. If you are interested in attending a webinar please send an e-mail to email@example.com. In your e-mail correspondence please designate the date you would like to attend.
Accessing the Curriculum
Individual lesson plans are PDF files posted to a password-protected page that is accessed through i-SAFE's main portal (isafe.org). The curriculum is organized by grade and then by topic module (e.g., GR6 / Cyber Bullying).
Principal Guide to Enrolling your school and adding educators to the i-SAFE system can be found here.
A detailed explanation of the download curriculum process can be found here.
A sample of the i-SAFE curriculum can be shared here.
Strategies on how to implement i-SAFE in the classroom can be downloaded here.
The scope of the i-SAFE curriculum can be reviewed here.
For further assistance or questions about the i-SAFE and NYCDOE relationship, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org