Use the filters below to find educational online safety videos suited to your students. You can view the full resource suite for the videos that have supporting teaching materials such as slide decks, lesson plans and student worksheets.
Young and eSafe
The power to feel and connect with others
Putting ourselves in others’ shoes can help us understand them and help them.
#GameOn is an eSafety video following the online experiences of a group of lower secondary students who find themselves in situations that catch them off-guard and teach them the consequences of making poor decisions online.
What happens when a group of high-school friends post an online rumour about a rival? This award-winning video is part of a suite of resources that explore the impacts of cyberbullying and sharing intimate images. Subtitled in multiple languages.
Connor makes a stupid decision, uploading a photo of Kyle that begins an avalanche of bullying online and off. Connor realises that sometimes a joke is not just a joke. This video is part of a series about different aspects of cyberbullying.
Passwords, pop-ups and viruses. Sprat and his friends learn to keep their computer safe. This is just one of many online safety issues explored in the Hectors World suite of videos and other teaching materials.
Cybersmart Forever addresses the risks involved in sharing digital images. See other videos, about cyberbullying and protecting personal information, in the full suite of Cybersmart Challenge teaching materials.
Primary students will learn basic online safety skills, including why it is essential to Ask, Check and Think before acting in the digital world. This video is part of the Be Secure suite of related teaching materials.
Long time ago in the dreaming, stories were told the old way – face to face. This prezi talks about cyberbullying: what it is, consequences for communities. See more videos in the Be Deadly Online suite of teaching materials.
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