Teacher and Parent Resources

The following is a list of resources that we have come across while conducting our research. They are available so that teachers and parents can have access to more extensive information about a specific topic.

Stranger Danger:

Bauman, S. & Tatum, T. (2009). Web sites for young children: Gateway to online social networking. Professional School Counseling, 13(1), 1-7.

Dowell, E. B., Burgess, A.W., & Cavanaugh, D.J. (2009). Clustering of internet risk behaviors in a middle school student population. Journal of School Health, 79(11), 547-553.

McCleese, J. & McCleese, S. (2010). Seeking Balance. Independent School, 69(4), 50-58.

Patchin, Justin W. & Hinduja, Sameer. (2010) Trends in online social networking: adolescent use of MySpace over time. New Media Society, 12 (2)197-216.

Sohlberg, McKay M. & Ficas, Stephen. (2005). The longitudinal effects of accessible email for individuals with severe cognitive impairments. APHASIOLOGY, 19(7), 651-681.

Online Resources for Stranger Danger:


From the Illinois Library Association, this site is a resource for educators, parents, and students. The NetSafe site emphasizes the importance of education students to make wise decisions when it comes to Internet safety. The site features a list of links to different articles, conferences and website resources as well as NetSafe documents featured around topics such as cyberbullying and how to use the internet safely.


Also from the Illinois Library Association, this site offers a comprehensive list of web resources for parents, children, teens, and educators. Categories of resources include: Online Safety, Designed-For-Young People Search Engines, Websites for Parents, Young People and Librarians, and Privacy Issues.


This webpage is sponsored through the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. There are different sections for parents and guardians, educators, law enforcement, teens, and kids. Information is geared toward younger adoclescents.


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Online Resources for Cyberbullying:

iSAFE: Online Safety Website for Parents and Educators


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