Pre-service teacher program
Helps equip pre-service teachers to manage online safety issues in schools.
eSafety’s education and training team provides free presentations to pre-service teachers in their final year of tertiary study, giving them the skills, knowledge and confidence to educate their future students about online safety.
Topics covered include:
- the role and functions of the eSafety Commissioner
- professional conduct and protecting yourself
- professional knowledge
- what's trending in schools
- eSafety education resources
Lectures and tutorials
1-hour lecture: It is important for new educators to know how young people are using technology. Equally important is knowing how they can protect themselves when using social media both personally and professionally.
Participants will learn about online safety issues and practices and how this aligns with professional teaching standards. Discussions include online safety concerns, reputation management, protecting students and key elements of communicating online.
1.5-hour lecture: Includes the information given in the 1-hour lecture with more detailed content and extra time for discussion and questions.
1-hour tutorial: Follows up the lecture with information on safe online teaching practices and duty of care responsibilities. Discussion on practical ways to integrate online safety strategies into the curriculum and classroom practices, including scenario-based learning activities.
Lectures and tutorial cannot be recorded.
A 1- to 2-hour live interactive session with one of our trainers drawing on content in our lecture and tutorial presentations. Webinars are not recorded.
How to register
Lecturers wishing to include an eSafety presentation in their course can register their interest by contacting us.
Social media advice for pre-service teachers
Classroom tips and social media advice for pre-service teachers, including best practice on
- managing your reputation
- protecting students
- communicating online