Cyberbully Hotline Announces Partnership With Web Wise Kids - Tech Learning

Cyberbully Hotline Announces Partnership With Web Wise Kids

SchoolReach announced that it has entered into a partnership with Web Wise Kids, provider of game-based resources to help young people use mobile and social media technologies.
Author:
Publish date:

SchoolReach, developers of the CyberBully Hotline,announced that it has entered into a partnership with Web Wise Kids (WWK), provider of game-based resources to help young people use mobile and social media technologies.

The collaboration includes the cross promotion of WWK’s interactive digital citizenship role-playing games to CyberBully Hotline users and the promotion of the CyberBully Hotline to WWK’s user base. WWK’s games “It’s Your Call,” and “Be Seen,” teaches students responsible online behavior and how to use social media technology safely. The program gives schools or districts grade-level Internet safety training to meet Child Internet Protection Act certification requirements. 

The CyberBully Hotline solution provides a two-way communications tool that allows students to send text messages -- or leave a voicemail -- anonymously with school officials.

Featured

Related

New Web-based service announced

My Web Lockers (www.myweblockers.com) is a new Web-based service launched today that intends to make it easier and more affordable for K-12 schools to begin using the Internet to store and share everyday projects, such as homework and class assignments. Affiliated with School Web Lockers (www.schoolweblockers.com), the leading online platform for cost-effective, Web-based collaboration and storage for K-12 schools, My Web Lockers provides schools with an entry-level solution to their file sharing challenges. Check back and look for our review in an upcoming issue and online here at techlearning.comClick through for the full release.

WISE: The Web-based Inquiry Science Environment

WISE: The Web-based Inquiry Science Environment Enter a place where students and teachers can examine real world current science controversies, such as "Global Warming: Virtual Earth." The students may take notes and discuss their ideas. This National Science Foundation-supported site offers