Tuesday 9 February 2016 was Safer Internet Day, but you can still join the global celebration and play your part for a better internet. The Office of the Children's eSafety Commissioner has a number of resources for the whole community to use.
Our revamped Cybersmart Detectives module is an ideal Safer Internet Day activity for students in bands 3 and 4. The teacher-led module takes students through a real world example, exploring what may happen if someone reveals too much information online and it ends up in the wrong hands.
The multimedia program reinforces personal safety messages and protective measures for dealing with strangers online.
Thanks to all of the schools who participated in this special presentation to share the hype and excitement surrounding Cherrybrooke Primary School’s inaugural X-Factor competition!
Along the journey, students learnt to:
Resources which further explore the themes of this presentation include:
Download the PowerPoint presentation to examine three more acts that participated in the school’s X-Factor competition and see who won the competition.
SID 2016 Complementary PowerPoint resources (3.86MB)
Check out our new redesigned and updated Cybersmart Detectives. Designed for children in Year 4, Cybersmart Detectives is an animated teaching resource using a 'real world' example which explores what may happen if someone reveals too much information online. The interactive program includes worksheets and lesson plans.
Follow up on today’s information about making a cyberbullying complaint by viewing our ‘How to make a cyberbullying complaint video’.
The start of the new school year for many students means new uniforms, books, classes and teachers. It's often accompanied by new devices: smartphones, tablets, laptops and gaming consoles.
While these devices can be great tools for socialising, it's important to encourage students to reflect on the way they use digital technologies in their lives.
When a group of high-school friends post a rumour about a rival it sparks a chain reaction that leaves no one untouched.
Cyberbullying, sexting, filmed fights and police action ensue—will these friends avoid being tagged forever?
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#GameOn follows the experiences of a group of lower secondary students. Over five short episodes, the students find themselves in situations that catch them off-guard and teach them the consequences of making poor decisions online.
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Be Deadly Online is about big issues online, like bullying, reputation and respect for others.
Developed with deadly Indigenous writers and voice actors, all Australians can enjoy these short, fun animations and learn about how we want to behave together online.
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