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.
For my lesson idea on would use the Cyber smart Challenge located on the e-saftey government website (https://www.esafety.gov.au/educators/classroom-resources/cybersmart-challenge). This website provides 3×30-40 min animated videos and activities that discuss how to be cyber smart and safe. After the 3 videos there are 3 activities that can be done that center around that video and get students engaged around these issues. Such as video 1’s activity, students look and sort though a range of images and decide as a class whether to post, share or delete.
In conjunction with completing the Cybersmart Challenge I would get students to brainstorm and write online rules, much like classroom rules that they would all agree to follow to be cyber smart and safe and display them in the classroom.