A nice resource regarding on-line privacy and children. After a discussion providing information about on-line privacy, this page shows how to help protect your children using the preferences and settings in a number of apps, browsers, and on-line social media sites.
"InRealLife asks what exactly is the Internet and what is it doing to our children? Taking us on a journey from the bedrooms of British teenagers to the world of Silicon Valley, filmmaker Beeban Kidron suggests that rather than the promise of free and open connectivity, young people are increasingly ensnared in a commercial world. Beguiling and glittering on the outside, it can be alienating and addictive. Quietly building its case, InRealLife asks if we can afford to stand by while our children, trapped in their 24/7 connectivity, are being outsourced to the net?"
This activity book allows students to explore the ideas surrounding relationships and sexual conduct on-line.
This lesson plan compliments this video looking at how to share smart online.
Source: EE (originally created by Orange)
This lesson plan compliments the video on protecting your digital profile (located here).
Source: EE (Originally created by Orange)
These "lesson plans explore what we mean by personal information, and give young people the opportunity to discuss and share their own understandings of the subject, and encourages them to think about what information should be shared and what should be kept private."
RCMP's staying safe on-line resource.
"The Advanced Project, for pupils aged 14 - 19, is a course of 4 lessons that challenge pupils to create an e-safety resource for their chosen target audience. The project encourages pupils to reflect back and develop their own learning relating to internet safety, to consider where the gaps were and to put themselves in the shoes of other audiences".
Source: Childnet International