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.
Google’s Interland: https://beinternetawesome.withgoogle.com/en_uk/interland
The teacher can discuss the difference between private (Information unsafe to share) and personal information (Information safe to share), the impact of our digital footprint in association to sharing private information, and developing strategies for students to utilize to remove themselves from dangerous or uncomfortable online situations.
Teachers can utilize Google’s ‘Interland’ game, which teaches students about 4 aspects of Internet Safety- Mindful Mountain covers the topic of sharing information online. Students can use this game as a supportive aid for reinforcing what people are appropriate to share what pieces of information with. Students should also have ample time towards the lesson to demonstrate their understandings between private and personal information, either in a mind-map or constructing an online profile.