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The OIPC has archived several resources. Please contact the OIPC if you are looking for a specific resource that has been archived.

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  • Lesson Plan: Connect the Dots

    This activity sheet has kids complete the picture of a family with a checklist of rules they can use at home to practice good online privacy. Published in August 2019.

  • Lesson Plan: Getting Toothpaste Back in the Tube - A Lesson on Online Information

    A lesson plan for teachers and students where students watch a short video that compares getting rid of personal information online to getting toothpaste back in a tube. After a short discussion of visual analogies like this work, students discuss the meaning of the video - that information online is permanent - through a series of short scenarios. Finally, students create a simple animation that illustrates these principles. Published in January 2019.

  • Lesson Plan: Kids' Privacy Sweep

    Information for teachers and students in the form of a lesson plan to learn about personal information, privacy and privacy laws. Published in September 2015.

  • Lesson Plan: Know the Deal - The Value of Privacy

    A lesson plan for teachers and students to introduce students to the idea that privacy is a fundamental human rights and that their personal information is valuable. The lesson focuses on the "economics" of personal information and that most "free" apps and online services make some or all of their revenue by collecting, and in some cases reselling, users' personal information. Students will watch a video that illustrates the idea that they they may be paying with their privacy and then discuss some of the ramifications of this. They will learn about tools and techniques for minimizing the personal information they should share and create a public service announcement that helps them and their peers "know the deal" about the value of privacy. Published in January 2019.

  • Lesson Plan: Learning About Passwords / Colour the Tablet

    This activity sheet challenges kids to create their own strong, eight-character password by filling in the blanks. It also asks them to draw a lock on a tablet, representing how password protects an electronic device. Published in August 2019.

  • Lesson Plan: Privacy Rights of Children and Teens

    A lesson plan developed for teachers and students to introduce students to the privacy principles that inform private sector privacy laws in Canada relating to personal information collection online. They learn ways to find out what personal information may or has been collected by platforms that they use, how to limit data collection about themselves, and the various forms of recourse that are available to them if they feel an organization is not respecting their rights. Published in January 2019.

  • Lesson Plan: Privacy Snakes and Ladders

    This activity sheet is a twist on the classic children’s game that helps players learn how to make smart privacy choices by climbing up a ladder when they make a good decision or sliding down a snake because they have shared a password with a friend, for example. Published in August 2019.

  • Lesson Plan: Word Search

    This activity sheet introduces children to privacy vocabulary by having them comb through a puzzle to find words such as “post,” “click” and “footprint.” Published in August 2019.

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