Digital Literacy -Citizenship, Cybersafety, Cyberbullying
Ensuring kids are safe online and can understand and effectively manage their digital environment.
While growing up online has its benefits, it also poses new risks. Here are six tips from parenting experts to help you keep your kids safe on social media.
6 Expert Tips for Keeping Your Kids Safe on Social Media
Addressing the Cybersafety Challenge:from risk to resilience July 2014 | Library learning centre builds lifelong learners. | Scoop.it
Library learning centre builds lifelong learners.
lessons on digital citizenship that suit from upper primary-stage 3 upwards
10 Interactive Lessons By Google On Digital Citizenship
Five Facebook privacy settings you should check now
4 apps kids are using that parents really should know about.
Hack-proof your life: A guide to Internet privacy in 2014
Identity- thumbprint text Great for secondary school kids
Art class inspiration
What is a digital tattoo? In short, it is your digital identity. Just like a tattoo, your digital reputation is an expression of yourself. it is formed and added to by you and others over time. Want to learn more about yours?
Home Page | Digital Tattoo
Great Digital Citizenship Poster via Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
A Must Have List of Resources on Digital Citizenship for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
Using Avatars to Teach Digital Citizenship
Kids: Cybersmart Cybersmart Challenge activities are a fantastic way for schools to encourage internet safety and positive online behaviour in the classroom. With Safer Internet Day approaching on the 5th February, this resource is great for those starting the new school year. The kids area features information, comics and activities about internet safety and cyberbullying. cybersafeti, cyber safety for school
cybersafety quiz from cybersmart Australia
Kids Quiz: Cybersmart
CyberSense and Nonsense: The Second Adventure of The Three CyberPigs In this sequel to Privacy Playground, for ages 8-10, the three CyberPigs learn some important lessons about authenticating online information and observing rules of netiquette. They also learn how to distinguish between fact and opinion and how to recognize bias and harmful stereotyping in online content. As Les, Mo and Lil discover, "just because it's on the Internet, doesn't mean it's true." games, digit safeti, digit citizenship, parent, internet safeti, teacher, technolog, playgrounds, medium
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