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Some online e-safety resources to supplement those already in circulation

Some online e-safety resources to supplement those already in circulation

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      May 18, 2011| slide 1
      E-Safety Resources
      An online tour of the available resources
      Phil Hardcastle
      www.jisc.ac.uk/rsc
      RSCs – Stimulating and supporting innovation in learning
    • Using Elluminate
    • What are you interested in?
      May 18, 2011| slide 3
      Information about e-safety
      Teaching materials
      E-safety and inspection
      Organisational strategies and policies
      Policies
    • General & Management Resources
      E-Learning and E-Safety – RSC EM Moodle course
      JISC Legal e-safety resourcesrange of guidance – policy templates and checklist, background info, e-safety duties, hosting liability
      Excellence Gateway e-safety examples
      Worksmart – TUC and Get Safe Online - toolkit for adults
      EU Kids Survey – risks and safety– young people in the EU surveyed – covers bullying, sexting, internet safety
      Review of progress since the Byron Review (2008)
      Online safety planner– designed by SWGfL for any organisation working with young people
      NEN e-safety audit toolto help review policies, procedures and systems
      Becta PIES modelon Excellence Gateway
      Get Safe Online – Govt site
      May 18, 2011| slide 4
    • Resources for Teachers
      E-Safety for Swansea Schools – Secondary– Lesson plans for secondary age
      Safer practice with technology– from Kent Safeguarding Children Board – guidance for adults working with young people
      E-Safety Games– suitable for primary and secondary
      Teaching e-safety– Becta document for teachers of KS 3 and 4
      Introducing e-safety to learners– Excellence Gateway – lots of resources for teaching young people in FE age range
      E-Safety and E-Safeguarding – briefing from SW Scotland RSC
      Safeguarding Resource Finder– Next Generation Learning Resources
      Think You Know Teachers and Trainers Area
      May 18, 2011| slide 5
    • Personal Danger
      Checking you out online– Craig is a typical teenager who is aware of online safety measures and reveals as little as possible about himself online. Tom Ilube runs a company specialising in internet tracking software. When Tom is given just two details – Craig’s name and home area – he is able, with a little detective work, to discover an astonishing amount of personal information about Craig.
      Webcam risks – a girl runs into trouble after chatting and using the webcam – bullying is the result
      CEOP site has a wide range of videos
      May 18, 2011| slide 6
    • Vulnerable Adults and Young People
      This group is not well catered for with resources at the moment, Techdis and Nats are both working on resources which will help staff working in this sector, but they are not expected to be made public until 2012.
      David Finch of the National Star College has produced a powerpoint which summarises their approach to the issue.
      The Specialist Colleges group within the East Midlands are involved in a project which will create resources for this sector
      A young boy with a mild disability is online– video showing how online chatting can lead to a meeting in the local park, part one of two
      May 18, 2011| slide 7
    • Social Networking
      Guidance on social networking and privacy – from the Information Commissioner’s Office
      Use of Facebook to improve retention and results – an Excellence Gateway example – Warwickshire College
      100 ways you should be using Facebook in education – suggestions for use
      BBC film “The Wall/Idiots of Ants”
      May 18, 2011| slide 8
    • Inspection
      Ofsted FAQs Safeguarding questions answered
      Ofsted summary of school’s response to e-safety
      Ofsted – safe use of technologies report
      May 18, 2011| slide 9
    • Contact
      Phil Hardcastle phil.hardcastle@rsc-em.ac.uk
      May 18, 2011| slide 10