Option 1: Think of a lesson idea for “sharing information online safely” or “behaving online appropriately”. Write your idea as a brief description with any links to websites, videos or books that you might use in your lesson. If you are a trainer or leader, you might describe an activity for teachers in a professional development session.
The e-safety website contains valuable tools for teachers to use in their own classrooms to teach students to behave online safely AND how to share information online safely.
Digital Citizenship has three core principles that are:
– Engage positively
– Know your online world
– Choose consciously
Throughout this program are teaching resources for primary and secondary, promoting the role students can play in promoting digital citizenship and building stronger online communities.
You can access Digital Citizenship here: https://esafety.gov.au/education-resources/classroom-resources/digital-citizenship
You can access a range of other e-safety resources for online safety here: https://esafety.gov.au/education-resources/classroom-resources