Unit 2: classroom resources for primary students learning about public and private information sharing.
This is a link of a classroom resource I have find about how primary students can be safe online with their information. It shows about how to be safe online with their information but also it shows different types of online safety.
- describe the ways that people use the internet in their daily lives
- share how they and others use the internet to contribute to community life in a positive way
- give examples of ways to show respect and protect the rights of others online
- provide examples of online activities can have a positive impact on their health and wellbeing
- share effective behavioural and technical strategies to manage online risks
- identify services that can support them if they have an online issue.
In a teaching approach:
- Before you watch the video talk to your students about their online experiences and what they think the video will cover. Suggested questions are provided in the worksheets. (5 to 10 minutes – optional).
- Watch the video as a class or individually. Teachers are encouraged to stop the video to reflect as needed. You can also share the link with students for individual viewing. (15 to 20 minutes with opportunities for discussion and reflection).
- After watching the video use the student activities to support reflection and discussion about the topics covered in the video.
- Follow-up this lesson with regular online safety education. Suggested topics are listed below.
Discussing online safety can sometimes cause emotional distress for students and it’s important to check how they’re feeling during the classroom conversation. Remind them they can ask questions or get support if the content brings up issues or worries.
In resource can also be open age but it is a good start for R-7 level
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