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Session 2 - Finding Things Out
Session 2 - Finding Things Out
Session 2 - Finding Things Out
Session 2 - Finding Things Out
Session 2 - Finding Things Out
Session 2 - Finding Things Out
Session 2 - Finding Things Out
Session 2 - Finding Things Out
Session 2 - Finding Things Out
Session 2 - Finding Things Out
Session 2 - Finding Things Out
Session 2 - Finding Things Out
Session 2 - Finding Things Out
Session 2 - Finding Things Out
Session 2 - Finding Things Out
Session 2 - Finding Things Out
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Session 2 - Finding Things Out

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The Web is truly transformative technology, making access to almost any information, knowledge and media accessible via interactive whiteboards, computers and smartphones to anyone with a connection. …

The Web is truly transformative technology, making access to almost any information, knowledge and media accessible via interactive whiteboards, computers and smartphones to anyone with a connection. The potential dangers of the web should not, however, be ignored: this lecture provides a chance to consider effective and safe approaches to searching and the broader topic of e-safety. We also look at creating and using a simple database.

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  • 1. PGCE RP ICT Lecture 2 Autumn 2011 PGCE Foundation ICT Independent practical ICT Lecture 2 Google Finding things out KS1 1a gather information from a variety E-safety of sources 1b enter and store information in a variety of forms 1c retrieve information that has been Shared practical stored KS2 1a to talk about what information they need and how they can find and use it 1b how to prepare information for development using ICT, including selecting Follow up and prep suitable sources, finding information, classifying it and checking it for accuracy 1c to interpret information, to check it is relevant and reasonable and to think about what might happen if there were any errors or omissionsUniversity of Roehampton
  • 2. PGCE RP ICT Lecture 2 Autumn 2011 Use a range of search engines Find resources youd use to teach an e-safety related topic • Safe searching • Respecting copyright • Cyberbullying • Using social networking responsibly • Your digital footprint • Why and how we filter • Avoiding viruses and other malware Post links to the best resources which you find to your blog, together with some comments on each.University of Roehampton
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  • 6. PGCE RP ICT Lecture 2 Autumn 2011 FilteringUniversity of Roehampton
  • 7. PGCE RP ICT Lecture 2 Autumn 2011 Article 13 1. The child shall have the right to freedom of expression; this right shall include freedom to seek, receive and impart information and ideas of all kinds, regardless of frontiers, either orally, in writing or in print, in the form of art, or through any other media of the childs choice. 2. The exercise of this right may be subject to certain restrictions, but these shall only be such as are provided by law and are necessary: (a) For respect of the rights or reputations of others; or (b) For the protection of national security or of public order, or of public health or morals.University of Roehampton
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  • 9. PGCE RP ICT Lecture 2 Autumn 2011 Ive watched this with interest.  At the risk of over simplifying,  consider an event x with probability of 1 in 1 million. How should: A parent with responsibility for 2 children A teacher with responsibility for 30 children A school with responsibility for 800 children An LA with responsibility for 10 000 children A secretary of state with responsibility for 6 000 000 children respond? Risks that are manageable at the every day level for individuals become unmanageable when aggregated to system level. Thats the issue that needs to be resolved before we can have a rational debate about this. Only by actively embracing the risk at a local level can we shift the debate away from over prescription in order to manage the risk at a regional/national level. Sorry if this does not help the flow, but its always worth spending a little time working out why something that is nonsensical form one perspective is rational from another.
 
 Excuse thumb typing. Niel McLean (Former) Executive Director of Becta via NaaceTalk, 10/12/08University of Roehampton
  • 10. PGCE RP ICT Lecture 2 Autumn 2011 Dangers: Content Contact Conduct Digital Footprint Opportunities lostUniversity of Roehampton
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  • 14. PGCE RP ICT Lecture 2 Autumn 2011 Beatbullying asked almost 2,500 young people about cyberbullying to find out whats going on. 50% said theyd been cyberbullied 29% told no-one about being cyberbullied 73% said they knew who was sending them bullying messages 11% admitted to being a cyberbullyUniversity of Roehampton
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