Digital Literacy -Citizenship, Cybersafety, Cyberbullying
Ensuring kids are safe online and can understand and effectively manage their digital environment.
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.
cybersafety quiz from cybersmart Australia
Kids Quiz: Cybersmart
CyberSense and Nonsense: The Second Adventure of The Three CyberPigs Share on facebookShare on twitterShare on emailPrinter-friendly version...
Digital survival kit!
Digital literacy is when students are able to engage with multi-media to read and interpret text, sounds and images. Digital literacy is when students can manipulate and evaluate data to construct their own meaning. Digital literacy also includes a student having knowledge about how to use technology to construct meaning, but most importantly in ways that are appropriate to their needs.
Creating Digital Citizens --What is Digital Literacy?
Digital Passport™ Offers You a New Way to Teach Digital Literacy and Citizenship Common Sense Media Teacher can sign up students
This animated video is a part of Common Sense Media's comprehensive Digital Literacy and Citizenship curriculum. It introduces key concepts for students in grades K-3 and offers 3 important rules for being safe online.
What is Digital Literacy? - EdTechReview™ (ETR):
What is Digital Literacy? - EdTechReview™ (ETR)
From the Literacy Shed The children can write an extended narrative based on the trailer. They can produce this in various text types. 1st or 3rd person narrative, fairytale style, newspaper report, etc.
The Film Trailers Shed
#cap_that! is a national campaign asking #ozteachers #nswdec Australian educators to simply turn on #captions on videos shown in class to boost learning and literacy for all students. Get involved by becoming a Captions Champion to receive a free information kit with easy and fun resources to introduce captions to your students and colleagues
Ova Prima Foundation website evaluation Study participants (women between 25 and 34 in active labor with cervixes dilated no less than 7 centimeters) were asked to use an egg as focal point for concentration during labor contractions. All subjects had planned on giving birth naturally and were trained in pattern breathing which is proven to reduce stress and pain during labor.
The Ova Prima Foundation
Dog Island Free Forever Critical website evaluation
Dog Island Free Forever
MoonBeam Enterprises - DreamWeaver Studios critical evaluation of websites
MoonBeam Enterprises - DreamWeaver Studios
Tree octopus photo critical website evaluation