Professional Learning Program

Safety and Respect Online

This program includes three hours of professional learning through live webinar participation and the completion of a quiz.

All teachers, and related staff, who complete the program will receive a summative infographic containing key learnings and a participation certificate.

To participate in Safety and Respect Online, register to attend each of the webinar topics during 2018 listed below.

After participating in all three (50min) webinars, you will be able to access a 30 minute quiz to complete the three hours of activity. Please note participants must connect via the website or phone app to ensure their attendance is registered for completion and accreditation.

Please note that certificates of partial completion will not be provided, for example to teachers who have only participated in one of the three webinars, but personal records may be used to support the PD with any teacher association.

Professional Learning Program

Course Contents

Respect and Online Relationships

By the end of the module teachers will be able to:

  • discuss and identify relationships and behaviours that may lead to harm
  • identify teaching strategies and policies to encourage respectful online relationships, including:
    • personal and social capacity building and
    • techniques to assist in managing emotions and building an understanding of online resilience.
Professional Learning Program
30th April 2018 (FULL)
10.00pm
2nd May 2018 (FULL)
7.00pm
3rd May 2018 (FULL)
8.00pm
14th June 2018 (FULL)
7.00pm
25th June 2018 (FULL)
8.00pm
26th June 2018 (FULL)
10.00pm
2nd July 2018 (FULL)
10.00pm
6th July 2018 (FULL)
12.30pm
23rd July 2018 (FULL)
9.30am
2nd August 2018 (FULL)
8.00pm
14th August 2018 (FULL)
8.30pm
20th August 2018 (FULL)
8.00pm
23rd August 2018 (FULL)
8.00pm
6th September 2018 (FULL) 7.00pm
17th September 2018 (FULL)10.00pm
23rd October 2018
7.00pm
29th October 2018
6.30pm

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Preventing and Managing Cyberbullying

By the end of the module teachers will be able to:

  • understand the challenges of cyberbullying in the classroom
  • identify a range of evidence-based strategies for preventing and dealing with cyberbullying issues when they occur, including:
    • strategies for encouraging helpful bystander behaviour
    • the process for reporting issues to the Office of the eSafety Commissioner.
Professional Learning Program
30th April 2018 (FULL)
8.00pm
1st May 2018 (FULL)
7.00pm
12th June 2018 (FULL)
10.00pm
26th June 2018 (FULL)
8.00pm
2nd July 2018 (FULL)
8.00pm
6th July 2018 (FULL)
11.00am
23rd July 2018 (FULL)
11.30am
15th August 2018 (FULL)
7.00pm
16th August 2018 (FULL)
7.00pm
21st August 2018 (FULL)
7.00pm
23rd August 2018
7.00pm
4th September 2018
10.00pm
17th September 2018
8.00pm
22nd October 2018
8.00pm
1 November 2018
7.00pm

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Developing Lifelong Online Safety Practices

By the end of the module teachers will be able to:

  • identify common risks when participating in online environments
  • identify teaching strategies to encourage students to develop a personal approach to online safety, including:
    • managing device and personal security settings
    • managing serious breaches of privacy or security online
Professional Learning Program
1st May 2018 (FULL)
8.00pm
3rd May 2018 (FULL)
10.00pm
14th June 2018 (FULL)
8.00pm
26th June 2018 (FULL)
7.00pm
2nd July 2018 (FULL)
7.00pm
6th July 2018 (FULL)
9.30am
23rd July 2018 (FULL)
2.30pm
14th August 2018 (FULL)
7.00pm
15th August 2018 (FULL)
8.30pm
23rd August 2018
10.00pm
4th Sept 2018 (FULL)
8.00pm
17th September 2018
7.00pm
22nd October 2018
6.30pm
29th October 2018
8.00pm

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The YeS Project – Guided Walkthrough

Guided walkthrough sessions are offered for all teachers interested in implementing our first-of-its-kind digital and social health program.

The YeS Project is a youth focused initiative designed to inspire, ignite and enable positive change within digital spaces for the collective good. It encourages young people, aged 14-17 years, to act as positive leaders and supportive friends in all their social spaces, especially online. The YeS Project aims to help students learn about their digital communities, and to transform them.

The one-hour overview for teachers of the new resource will:

  • Review supporting material to explain the research that underpins the Project
  • Provide an overview of research that aims to understand young people’s digital cultures
  • Give advice on how the Project links with Australian Curriculum and programs for Years 9 and 10 (including respectful relationships)
  • Discuss ways of fitting The YeS Project into your school or setting
  • Recommend approaches for planning and facilitating the Project.

To participate in one of The YeS Project sessions, choose one of the following sessions to register your attendance.

Professional Learning Program
22nd October 2018
4.00pm
30th October 2018
7.00pm

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