Internet and cyber safety...
are your students cybersmart?
Essential if you're delving into the online world and using web2 tools,
this presentation will explore and educate you on responsible digital
citizenship for students.
A toolbox of resources, ideas and strategies will be shared, enabling
you to be better equipped to go beyond the classroom walls and
allow your students to play in the 'digital playground' safely.
Suitable for a primary school audience, bring your laptop to get
12. There has been an
explosion of interactive
the internet is the biggest
thing since the invention of
the printing press,
and is having a
tremendous impact on
our society, our institutions
and our kids
...Real Wired Child: What Parents Need to
Know About Kids Online.
13. How do you keep kids safe in
the digital playground?
14. The effective use of ICT in
education also requires that
school leaders have an
awareness of the potential risks
of the digital environment and
have effective mechanisms in
place to address these risks.
Enabling the 21st Century Learner
An eLearning Action Plan for Schools 2006 - 2010
40. H ide your password. Only ever share it
with your parents - not even your
41. I nteresting websites can be fun.
Check with your parents first before
42. Be N ice to people online.
Respect yourselves and others.
43. K eep your personal information safe.
Never give out your real name,
address or phone number online.
44. Ways of working
‣ Awareness of cybersafety
policies and procedures
‣ Rules or agreements on
how you will work online
‣ An education programme
‣ Have the discussions
about working online
‣ Parent education
45. Do I know what my school
Internet Safety Policy is?
46. Do I know which students
have signed permissions?
49. Schools... should obtain the
written consent of each
student's parents or legal
guardians before publishing any
the student (including
photographs) or any of the
student's copyright material
on the Internet.
Guidelines for Online Publication
Ministry of Education