Privacy Pirates: An Interactive Unit on Online Privacy (Ages 7-9) This tutorial introduces children, ages 7-9, to the concept of online privacy and teaches them to distinguish between information that is appropriate to give out and information better kept private – and to recognize how this may change in different contexts. In the game children assemble a map leading to a pirate treasure (to introduce the idea that personal information has value). As they do this, they will be asked a variety of questions about privacy and personal information on the Internet.
Activity Cards Click on the titles below to print age-appropriate activity cards. These activity cards are related to the online activities and easy to implement with few extra materials. Printable handouts are included. Parents may want to skim through the activities to get ideas for discussing Internet safety with their children. Primary (Ages 5-7) Budd:e Cybersecurity Education - Primary Teacher Resources - What is Budd:e? Budd:e (Primary) has been developed for Australian primary schools, for Years 3 and above. Budd:e is education about the risks people take by going online, and the possible consequences of those risks. It’s also education about the technical and behavioural measures we can all use, to help reduce our risk, and bolster online security — security for people, for internet devices, and for personal data. Budd:e (Primary) contains eight online learning activities, plus one offline activity. The instruction style is constructivist, so children will learn by doing.
ICT ICT Unit Plans ICT General Resources Vocabulary posters - Control technology : Databases : Internet : Spreadsheets : Word processing ICT Assessment Faux Paw the Techno Cat As a caring educator, you can equip your students to be ahead of the curve and understand early on the intricacies of new media and cybersafety. Students spend half of their waking hours connected to digital devices—impacting their reputations, learning opportunities, and futures. Faux Paw the Websurfing Techno Cat series has been created by a team of leading child psychologists, educators, and law enforcement. Teach Online Safety Key concepts for students to understand and apply to their online experience. C-SAVE is our volunteer program to teach young people cybersecurity, cybersafety, and cyberethics. It's easy to participate and use! When you start college, you're taking on new responsibilities, making your own decisions, and becoming part of the campus community. There is an important role that you can play in your college's cybersecurity efforts that combines these elements of responsibility, decision-making, and community.
Promoting E-Safety on Edmodo Here in the UK we have a government-backed organisation called CEOP (the Child Exploitation and Online Protection centre) that provides children with: advice, guidance and, if required, the ability to report online crime. They encourage owners of popular websites to include a link to their 'Click CEOP' button which children can easily click on to access a variety of their online e-safety resources - I obviously registered with them to be able to put it onto my school's website. When I launched Edmodo in my school I made sure that all the children clearly understood my behaviour expectations when using the website, as well as the actions which would be taken if they were broken. I even created a mini poster reminding them how to stay safe on Edmodo and set it up on my website so that children automatically see it for ten seconds before being redirected to the main Edmodo login screen. Click here to view the public page for the group. Click here to download the badge.
VIC policies Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, Victoria The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) has developed Learning on Line: a guide to ethical and safe use of the internet in Victorian schools. The website has been produced to provide recommendations and resources to help schools: