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E-Safety Project (East Midlands Specialist College Group)

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E-Safety for young people with learning disabilities.

 

Help for students, parents, carers and college staff.


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Thinkuknow

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This is a widely used e-safety website with games and activities to help your students understand how to be safe online.

http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+%26+Web+Tools


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Walking Safely Along the Digital Highway – resources to help teach Digital Literacy and e-Safety « ICT for Teaching & Learning in Falkirk Primary Schools

Walking Safely Along the Digital Highway – resources to help teach Digital Literacy and e-Safety « ICT for Teaching & Learning in Falkirk Primary Schools | E safety | Scoop.it

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Walking Safely Along the Digital Highway – resources to help teach Digital Literacy and e-Safety

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South West Grid for Learning Trust - Digital Literacy

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SWGfL Staying Safe provides e-Safety information and resources for parents, schools and young people, whilst also presenting the latest e-Safety news.

 

Curriculum in a Nutshell 
Digital media and technology are evolving at a dizzying pace, bringing with them extraordinary opportunities as well as real risks for young people. Young people are using the immense power of the Internet and mobile technologies to explore, connect, create, and learn in ways never before imagined. These technologies have changed the pattern of social relationships, their construction, negotiation and scope. The concept of “friends” and friendship has changed with the boundaries of privacy changing and evolving. Issues that emerge with this 24/7 “connected culture” – from identity theft, to cyberbullying, to uncertainty about which information to trust online – are surfacing both in schools and at home.

SWGfL is providing this FREE Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum to help educators empower their students and their school communities to be safe, responsible, and savvy as they navigate this fast-paced digital world. 

The curriculum:

 

- Introduces reliable, research-based information to students about digital media and their impact


- Helps pupils / students explore the complex issues of our connected culture


- Empowers pupils /students to think critically about the ways they use digital technologies as they build digital literacy skills for life


- Develops a resilience in pupils / students to act appropriately and safely in their use of digital technologies

 

 


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