All students need this classroom cybersafety behavior poster. For today’s youth, being online is second nature. It is more important than ever for teachers and parents to guide students to act safely and appropriately online. This colorful cybersafety behavior poster from the education experts at Youth Change Workshops is the perfect tool to use to remind students to think before posting online. “Think once before you act. Think twice before you speak. Think thrice before you post online.” Poster #681 is a must-have for any classroom to teach cybersafety for youth of all ages, and can be especially helpful in middle and high schools, including special education and technology classrooms.
Social media has become the primary way youth communicate with one another. It can be easy for them to fall into unhealthy behaviors or inappropriate patterns online. This classroom cybersafety behavior poster is the ideal reminder that what students put online can lead to regrets or much worse. Whether your students need lessons on avoiding unsafe people online, identifying and avoiding cyberbullying, or they just need to know that what they post can last forever, Poster #681 is a must-have. It’s colorful and fun design will grab their attention, and the important cybersafety message will stick with them.
Beautiful enough to look great in any home decor, parents can use Poster #681 to remind children of the family rules. Youth Change Workshops knows that kids need repeated reminders for big ideas to stick, and this poster next to a family computer station would serve as a 24/7 reminder about the expectations you have for them online. The lessons from Poster #681 go beyond the virtual world, and can help youth learn better self-control in all areas of their lives. Get this powerhouse poster from Youth Change Workshops to impact the youth in your life. A mistake online can have very serious consequences so put Poster #681 to work stopping the problems before they ever start.