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  • Students who would otherwise be uninterested
  • More willing to engage in workLikely to continue work outside school hoursEasier to make lesson plansInteraction with other teachers aorund the worldWider range of information accessible around the world
  • A recent survey carried out for Safer Internet Day discovered that Ireland has the highest rates of cyber bullying in Europe, with 25% of children aged 9-16 reportingbeing bullied both online and offline. Irish teenagers also recorded four times the level of lasting damage from bullying than the European average, with 8 per cent reporting lasting trauma. The European average is 2 per cent.
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  • “You can teach a student a lesson for aday; but if you can teach him to learn bycreating curiosity, he will continue thelearning process as long as he lives.”- Clay P. Bedford CC BY/2.0/deed.en
  • CC BY NC ND/2.0If we teach todayas we taughtyesterday, we rob ourchildren of tomorrow.- John Dewey
  • CC BY-NC-SA/2.0/deed.en cc by-nc-sa/2.0/deed.en Different types of computers CC BY-NC-ND/2.0/deed.en are available for children with different skill levels
  • http://www.laureatelearning.com/linguistic-hierarchy/choosingsoftware.html
  • “Do notconfine yourchildren toyour ownlearning, forthey wereborn inanother time.”- ChineseProverb
  • PostgraduateQualificationQualification such asECDLNo qualification
  • “Any teacher that can be replaced by a computerdeserves to be”– David Thornburg CC BY-NC-ND/2.0
  • Online risks can be broken into content risks contact risks, and commercial risks.Report by DeMoor et al(2008)
  • www.tumblr.comwww.ask.fm www.formspring.me
  • As children are most impressionablewhile in their late childhood/earlyteenage years, the content they accessonline can greatly affect their healthand life with many children suffering witheating disorders from an early age.
  • CC BY 2.0How can you know who yourchildren are talking to online?
  • Active Mediation Restricted Mediation
  • More emphasis on ICT during teacher training CC BY/2.0Teachertraining daysto stay up todate CC BY-NC-SA/2.0
  • Teachers well trained in ICTTeaching children to safely use internetEncouraging children to talk toparents/teachers if they areworried about how they arebeing treated online
  • “Any growth requires a temporary loss of security” – Madeline Hunter CC BY-NC-SA/2.0/deed.en
  • Any Questions? Tara Reilly @tarareilly_nuig #ct231