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Making good choices online

About this resource

The presentation explores three different scenarios asking students to place themselves in the shoes of Tom’s character and decide what he should do in each online situation using the think, evaluate, choose (TEC) model.

Target audience

Level

Middle primary, Upper primary

Keywords

Cyberbullying, Digital reputation, Digital resilience, Online friends, Privacy and personal information, Respectful online relationships

Type of resource

Slides, Lesson plan

Timeframe

40-minute lesson

Australian curriculum

Key learning areas

Health and Physical Education and Digital Technologies

General capabilities

Personal and Social General Capability, Ethical understanding General capability, ICT capability

Topic: Making good choices

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Media

Our video and resource library has a range of videos and animations to complement this lesson.

Key outcomes

By the end of the learning students will be able to:

  1. Think before acting in a way that may affect or upset others.
  2. Consider the best choice of action using the TEC – think, evaluate, choose (T.E.C) tool to achieve the best outcome for everyone.
  3. Understand the need to discuss choices with a trusted adult.

Using this resource

  1. Guide the whole class through the Making good choices online slide deck.
  2. Use the teaching notes to reinforce key messages and generate deeper discussion.
  3. Ask students to complete the personal reflection activity.

Module Slides – Making good choices online

The presentation explores three different scenarios asking students to place themselves in the shoes of Tom’s character and decide what he should do in each online.