Be Internet Awesome - Slides

Presentations for your Classroom

Engaging Be Internet Awesome presentations, right from Google Slides

Presentations for your Classroom

Engaging Be Internet Awesome presentations, right from Google Slides

For the Classroom

Teach Be Internet Awesome with customized Google Slides

Interactive slides using Pear Deck, tailor made for the Be Internet Awesome curriculum

Google has partnered with the educators at Pear Deck to create custom, interactive presentations to accompany the Be Internet Awesome curriculum. Students engage and respond to questions from their individual classroom device, while teachers can:

    Pear Deck is 100% web-based, device agnostic, and completely integrated with Google Classroom. Getting started couldn’t be simpler: just install the Pear Deck for Google Slides Add-on, make copies of the interactive presentations, and present with Pear Deck. It’s that easy.

    Be internet smart

    Share with Care

    Helping kids understand that what they post can be forwarded, copied, and found is crucial to staying safe online. Teach students how to recognize and steer clear of potentially embarrassing or even dangerous situations that could have lasting consequences.

    Be internet alert

    Don't Fall for Fake

    Many details that raise "red flags" for adults can go overlooked by kids. Help them learn what they are, what to look for, and how to "trust their gut" when they encounter suspicious or possibly harmful emails, websites, and apps.

    Be internet strong

    Secure Your Secrets

    Help your students understand that privacy is more than just what they choose to share or not share online. This lesson helps students understand what information should be private and safeguarded – and what they need to do to keep it that way.

    Be internet Kind

    It’s Cool to Be Kind

    The "golden rule" is just as important online as it is "IRL". The internet can be a truly great place to learn when comments, conversations, and content are positive. Help students see how to make choices that disempower bullying behaviour and create healthy, productive spaces to interact.

    Be internet Brave

    When in Doubt, Talk It Out

    Reinforce lessons that parents and educators have taught from early childhood: When kids come across something questionable, they should feel comfortable talking to a trusted adult. Adults can support this behavior by fostering open communication at home and in the classroom.