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  • The Bits in the Guide layer will help educators integrate the concepts of digital citizenship across all learning areas.

    They promote staff, student and community discussion and can help create a common understanding of effective and safe use of technologies in the school community.

  • Most popular guide resources
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    Information for teachers on cyberbullying including:

    Created by nancyg | 0 votes | Created Aug 2010 | tags; cyberbullying bystander law
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    Created by uliamasao | 1 votes | Created Sep 2010 | tags; Superclubsplus primary school cybersafety cybercitizenship
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    (link) http://kathyschrock.net/eval/index.htm

    Created by nancyg | 0 votes | Created Aug 2010 | tags; evaluation lesson plan
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    Kia Kaha is a  school based programe that aims to help schools create environments where all members of the community feel safe, valued and respected and  bullying cannot flourish.

    Created by nancyg | 0 votes | Created Aug 2010 | tags; bullying. Kia Kaha
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    NetSafe has worked closely with Google to create the (link) Google Family Safety Centre advice pages. There is information here on a range of issues that we know can often be concerning to parents.

    Created by nancyg | 0 votes | Created Dec 2010 | tags; safety advice information parents newsletter cyberbullying security privacy digital_citizenship family successful
  • Newly added guide resources
  • Mar
    2014

    A potential focus actiity around digital footprint. This blog links to the story of a young girl who's social media outburst led to a breach of a court order, and the loss of a fairly substantial payout, but also tries to provide a quick answer to the question;

    Created by seanl | 6069 views | tags; digital footprint parents citizenship
  • Nov
    2013

    The very idea of the Guide layer in the LGP model recognises the role that all guides play in suporting young people as they aquire the necessary skills to become succesful digital citizens. WHen we talk about guides it is easy to simply place teachers into that role (guides on the side) and put the onous on them to increase their skill and confidence levels in supporting young people. 

    But the idea of guides has always tried to encompass all guides, teachers, community leaders, peers and particularly parents.

    When you consider the amount of time that young people spend online outside of school, it seems obvious that parents as highly important in the guiding process.

    But where do parents go to improve their knowledge, to build there confidence? Research carried out by the ACMA in Australia identified that parents see the best channel for this type of support is direct from schools, or at least recommended by schools that their children are attending.

    This short list of suggestions, is a series of managable, "bite sized" chunks of digital citizenship advice written by expert practitioners that schools can feed out to their community to try and help in this learning process. Perhaps their is something here that appeals to you, or seems to support what you are trying to do in your school.

    Created by seanl | 3666 views | tags; digital citizenship parents schools support
  • Jun
    2013

    Here at NetSafe we have been gaving a few conversations about Snapchat. There appears to be some confusion as to what it does, how it works and wether is poses any threat to young people.

    Created by seanl | 4934 views | tags; snapchat parents guide how-to safety social network photo
  • Apr
    2013

    A thought provoking article that talks about the role of social media both acutely and downstream of major events. It references how students learned from and then interacted with the news of the Boston Bombing online rather than via "traditional" media

    Created by seanl | 2808 views | tags; citizenship disaster terrorism social media boston
  • Jan
    2013

    Each time NetSafe gets together with groups of teachers, there is invariably a discussion around Facebook and its use in the classroom. Put any group of educators together and you are likely to have a range of opinions from whole hearted support for the social network, to those who feel that it has no place inside a classroom.

    Created by seanl | 2468 views | tags; facebook classroom learning social media networks
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