Michigan Cyber Safety Initiative (CSI) Registration Form
Thank you for your interest in Attorney General Bill Schuette's Cyber Safety Initiative. The program teaches students the importance of making safe and wise choices in a technologically evolving world.
Our CSI coordinator will review your preferences and will email you the confirmed week. We expect the district's designated contact will schedule presentations at the most advantageous venues. To help, we provide templates that include:
These materials are available at the Michigan CSI website - www.Mi.gov/csi. If you have questions, please call the Attorney General's Consumer Programs Team at 877-765-8388.
- a scheduling checklist for schools;
- parent notification & opt-out forms;
- presentation handouts; and
- an 8 ½" x 11" community seminar flyer.
K - 1st Grade: The primary theme of the presentation is the “3 Keeps.” Students are instructed to (1) Keep Safe by carefully guarding their personal information online; (2) Keep Away from Internet strangers; and (3) Keep Telling parents or a trusted adult about anything that makes them feel uncomfortable. Students also learn how to recognize and respond to bullying.
2nd - 3rd Grade: The topics covered in the K-1st grade seminar are addressed more thoroughly using videos appropriate to this age group. Additionally, this presentation introduces the students to cyberbullying and teaches them how to recognize and respond to it.
4th - 5th Grade: Through videos and interactive lessons, students learn why it is critical to protect their personal information, why they should never meet in person with someone they first encountered online, and how to recognize the common manipulative techniques predators use to deceive students. In addition, several videos on bullying and cyberbullying educate, challenge, and empower students to respond appropriately.
6th - 8th Grade Students view two videos based on the stories of actual teenage Internet predator victims and are cautioned about revealing personal information on social networking sites. Students also learn the consequences of sexting, and they are advised to think about and protect their reputations before they send a sext. They also learn about bullying and cyberbullying and how to respond to it if they or someone they know are being bullied. The students also see a video that features Michigan bullying victims who died by suicide.
Community Seminar: Provides practical tools, including Internet safety tips, and how to: (1) access the Michigan Sex Offender Registry; (2) understand the impact of digital footprints; (3) appreciate the risk of sharing photos with embedded location information; (4) recognize the potential dangers and legal ramifications of sexting; and
(5) identify bullying and cyberbullying warning signs and develop a plan of action.
Program Overview: Provides information about each of the presentations offered, including how to register to host Michigan Cyber Safety Initiative presentations.
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