Digital Thumbprint. Optus is focused on and committed to championing younger people and empowering this next generation to achieve their full potential and enjoy a bright future.
As such, this program is offered to schools for free, and will not promote any of Optus’ products or services. Created in close consultation with leading education experts and delivered free to Secondary schools in metropolitan NSW, VIC & QLD by a team of world-class facilitators, the program contains 3 face-to-face, curriculum aligned workshops tailored to the needs of specific year groups that empower and inform Australia’s young digital natives. The program also includes Digital Thumbprint Champions, creating Go2s who promote digital citizenship and online health to their peers through online activities and offline events that support students. - SIP Benchmark III. Training - Be Social. Be Smart. Our Making Social Media Work For You presentation focuses on the power of positive posting with social media.
Our curriculum-based presentation for senior students offers them a unique opportunity to put themselves in real life situations, make choices, and see the consequences of those choices. Using the principles of scenario-based, just-in-time learning, our presentation incorporates a mix of story-telling, video, visualisation and student participation to engage and inspire students to use social media for improved relationships, powerful personal branding, professional networking and community involvement. The Be Social. Be Smart. presentation equips students with skills, knowledge and understanding of their online presence and enable them to be effective, thoughtful digital citizens to prosper in a globalised world.
Students will be empowered to use their social media skills to: Create positive impressions through positive posting To contact us about training at your school click here. Best Parental Control App for iOS and Screen Time. Mike Hobson sur Twitter : "A second infographic for parents of @pittwaterhouse about the risks for kids online. #cybersafe... Mike Hobson sur Twitter : "A little infographic for parents of @pittwaterhouse about what out kids are up to online. #cybersafe. Register as a Teacher with Google - eSmart Digital Licence. E-Tech 2015 Bonus Issue. Home - eSmart Digital Licence. How To Tackle Digital Citizenship During The First 5 Days Of School. Digital citizenship is not a one time discussion.
It is an ongoing process that needs to be taught to all grade levels and to all stakeholders. The problem is that things are changing so rapidly that it is difficult for everyone to keep up to date with the trends. Everyone has to be educated and develop an understanding of the role digital citizenship plays in our everyday lives. There is so much that goes into being a digital citizen; from taking photos of others to knowing when it is appropriate to share something online. Our students are like cowboys living in the wild wild west. Day One: Create An Acceptable Use Policy WITH Your Students – Give Them a Voice Every September we pass out the obligatory acceptable use policies with little thought to what they include.
For this discussion, think about digital citizenship in general, at school, at home and in transit. Who is responsible for the technology or the device – what does that entail? Day Two:Discuss “Online Privacy” NSW Photographer's Rights. Introduction The following by is an analysis of legal issues which apply to street photography in NSW Australia.
Created in response to objections to my Sydney Unposed project, it is written from a photographer's perspective, with a focus on what rights shooters have (and don't have) when it comes to candid photographs of people. Please note: it is not an encyclopaedia on every possible aspect of photographic law, so it does not attempt to address issues like anti-terrorist legislation, council photography permits or National Park commercial photo restrictions. Instead the sole purpose of the following is to discuss legal issues which apply to people photography only. In case you are wondering, I am a photographer and qualified solicitor (UNSW 1991) who worked for a short while at a large Sydney law firm, before leaving the profession in 1992 to find a more honest way to make a living. BTW when citing this article, please use Your right to take photographs 1. 2. 3.