Listed below, with a brief synopsis, are a number of links that may be
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Alberta Governement (LearnAlberta.ca)
Alberta Learning has licensed the online resources
linked from this site for you and your children (i.e., the license covers
the use of these resources by students in publicly-funded elementary
and secondary schools in Alberta as well as by their parents).
Through the Online Reference Centre, you and your children will be searching
databases of published resources; this lessens the risk of inadvertently
coming across inappropriate material. As such, the Online Reference
Centre can help your children find reliable, up-to-date information
for school assignments and projects.
Your children can search the Online Reference Centre from school or
from a computer elsewhere using their userID and password located on
page 12 in their students agenda he/she obtained during their library
due to the licensing agreement, it is IMPORTANT that ONLY you and your school-age children use these resources.
A comprehensive website listing many resources
from helping a teenager develop self-discipline, add/adhd to forum discussion
from a parenting point of view. As well, this site has a specific area
dedicated to Tweens and Teens and their issues.
Are you looking for parenting resources
on the web? Or are you interested in locating web resources to support
you and your family as you move online? Or are you simply looking at ways
to help your child use Internet resources effectively? Here are some great
starting points for parents interested in tapping into the Web..."
Bullying Help Site
This is a site created by a teacher that has won awards for its quality and informatoin on the topic of bullying in schools.
This is a site that has information for parents and students on the new media of TV, radio, and the internet.