Check out this way cool student internet conduct poster. Teaching safe students safe internet conduct is critical in this modern age. Social media has become the primary way many children and youth communicate with one another. It can be easy for them to fall into unhealthy or inappropriate conduct online. Poster #684 from Youth Change Workshops is the perfect way to get students to think about internet conduct before they post online. This classroom safety poster is the ideal reminder that what students put online can lead to regrets– and far worse. It’s colorful and fun design will grab their attention, and the message about appropriate conduct will stick with them. The poster states, “What goes up may never come down.” Students need this safety reminder while they are learning responsible internet use. This clever poster adds, “There is no law of gravity on the internet. Think before you post.”
An internet conduct poster is a huge necessity in any classroom from elementary school to high school. Even college students and adults need to be reminded that they are never guaranteed privacy or safety while online. In a school computer lab, or anywhere that the internet can be accessed, this student internet conduct poster will grab everyone’s attention. It has a bold design with striking black, red, and white letters to really stand out to those who see it. If you want to communicate a message about the importance of safe online conduct for students, Poster #684 needs to be on your walls of your classroom hallways and school.
The mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops know that students can tune out reminders from parents and teachers. But with Poster #684 on your walls, they can’t avoid it’s important internet conduct message. Prevent a tragedy or other safety issues before they happen with this smart cybersafety poster. By teaching students how to post wisely and responsibly, they can safely access the internet for learning and fun. Poster #684 is the one classroom poster students will remember, so they will apply critical internet safety lessons to all their online behavior.