News Tagged 'e-safety'

Childnet Film Competition

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Childnet Film CompetitionThe 2015 Childnet  Competition has just been launched! The competition organisers are inviting all primary and secondary schools, as well as youth organisations, across the UK to enter the challenge, which is to create a short film about Internet safety.

Schools that create the successful entries will be invited to London to watch their film being shown on the big screen at London’s BFI Southbank. They ...

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21 Things 4 Students

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21_things_4_students21 Things 4 Students is a project created as an educational and online resource to help students improve their technology proficiency as they prepare for success in the 21st century. The development of this resource came at the request of teachers, using the initial 21things4teachers.net  site.

 

Project Goals (2010-15)

  • Provide 21st century resources which are engaging and fun for teaching and learning with educational ...

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Sainsbury’s Bank Guide to Shopping Safely On-line

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Sainsbury’s Bank Guide to Shopping Safely On-Linee-safety. As our regular readers know, 123ICT are always keen to promote e-safety and often post articles about keeping children safe on-line. Therefore, when Sainsbury’s Bank told us that they had come up with a guide to shopping safely on-line, we thought that it would be ...

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Digital Passport Reminder for SID

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digital passport1As we get closer to Safer Internet Day 2015 , teachers who have not already investigated the Digital Passport may enjoy seeing what it has to offer. Previously, we have written about the apps but if you are not using mobile devices, it is still a great tool for classroom use. For teachers, there ...

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E-Safety Reminders

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e-safety_logoHappy New Year to all readers. The start of term is a good time to remind pupils about keeping safe when on the Internet. Here is a small selection of e-safety reminders that teachers could put up on the wall as a poster near the computer:

  • Only use the Internet when there is a teacher, or other adult, present to supervise, or when you have been given specific permission.
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