We cannot now argue at primary level, that using ICT as a tool to support the curriculum manner is an acceptable way of delivering the ICT curriculum. We cannot, any longer leave the elephant in the room alone. Control and Modelling was always the “Auntie Maud*” of the ICT family. It was avoided, difficult to deal with, out of our comfort zone, the bit of the curriculum you would prefer didn’t know your address. Now it is front and centre. In a binary curriculum with pretty unavoidable expectations
I think that this concept is not a new one: you create one little road block ( especially without explaining why you created this in the first place) and kids will! find ways around this 'roadblock'. In short: There are many ways to Rome, and one can't just control or monitor all ways. (if that would be possible, then I would in fact welcome you to Orwells' book of 1984) Anyway, to counter this, one has to explain the kids the danger of the word :'forever.' In my opinion, how you want to be seen in the virtual world is much more long lasting (and thus important) then how you want to be seen in real life.
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