Web Wise Kids, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 10 10 reviews
Po Box 27203 Santa Ana CA 92799 USA
Our mission is to teach kids, parents and the community the value of making safe and wise choices in a technologically evolving world. We do this by creating and distributing interactive content through the same media in which kids and adults live their lives.
Web wise kids offers youth programs targeting teens. Students are shown how to make wise choices online through the use of cd-rom and on-line interactive computer games on internet safety related topics. Workshops are conducted to teach trainers how to carry out the internet safety program in their areas.
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Web Wise Kids creates computer games which help kids experience simulated online experiences. WWK has reached over 11 million middle school kids with these important safety messages through their own interests in technology. I am proud to be a part of the great innovative work WWK does on a national basis.
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As the parent of a toddler, I am already preparing myself for the challenges of this high tech world my son is growing up in. Web Wise Kids makes learning about touchy subjects like cyber-bullying fun and engaging, and I know that my high-tech child will enjoy learning through games when he's older.
I am especially proud to support this organization since they are very driven in prevention work. It only makes sense to me that we try and get kids' attention and teach them what not to do before they are faced with a threatening situation.
I highly recommend supporting Web Wise Kids, and I encourage everyone with children to give their games a try!
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Attending a training for educators, and as a Board member.
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Consider additional ways to use volunteers for educating kids and their teachers, parents, after school staff, etc.