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2019 Cybersafe Online Safety Lesson Plans for Teachers

The Department of Education (DepEd) advocates for the protection of all children from online abuse, exploitation, and bullying through the use of the Cybersafety Lesson Plans for Grades Five to Six and Junior High School. Developed in partnership with Stairway Foundation, Inc. (SFI), the lesson plans aim to develop children’s capacities on how to be safe online, teach positive online behavior, and address safety issues as they navigate the online world.

To further the advocacy, the DepEd and SFI developed additional lesson plans for Grades One to Four and designed a training program for teachers and Division personnel on the use of the Cybersafe Lesson Plans.

CYBERSAFE ONLINE SAFETY LESSON PLANS FOR TEACHERS GRADES 4-6

This manual provides excellent guidance to teachers, parents, and other caregivers on how to empower children to protect themselves in cyberspace.

Grade LevelGrade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6
Learning Area Edukasyong Pantahanan at Pangkabuhayan, Technology and Livelihood Education
Content/Topic ICT and Entrepreneurship ICT and ENTREPRENEURSHIP

CYBERSAFE ONLINE SAFETY LESSON PLANS FOR JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS

This manual provides excellent guidance to teachers, parents, and other caregivers on how to empower children to protect themselves in cyberspace.

Grade LevelGrade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10
Learning Area Edukasyong Pantahanan at Pangkabuhayan, Technology and Livelihood Education
Content/Topic Information and Communications Technology Contact Center Services

CYBERSAFE GUIDELINES FOR LEARNERS

This manual provides excellent guidance to learners on how to empower children to protect themselves in cyberspace.

Grade LevelGrade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6
Learning Area Technology and Livelihood Education
Content/Topic ICT and Entrepreneurship

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