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Building projects on better,more responsible use of the          internet        Annick Van de Velde, Insafe
What is Insafe?30 national centres:   Awareness raising   Helplines   Hotlines   Youth participation
It is not (just) about …
What do we do?
Let’s talk about …            Online rights and responsibilities      Privacy                  Online identityCritical thi...
So, who is responsible?Parents                       Peer-educators            Teachers                            Industr...
eSafety in eTwinning• Where does eSafety fit in the curriculum?• What issues related to eSafety should be  discussed?• How...
eSafety in eTwinning• What would your eTwinning project on eSafety  look like?• Is it necessary to discuss the topic of eS...
Some examples to get started• Play and learn: Being online - 4 to 8 year old’s• eSafetykit: 6 to 12 year old’s• The Web We...
Let’s get started  Any questions?Don’t hesitate to ask!
•   www.saferinternet.org•   www.esafetykit.net•   www.webwewant.eu•   www.esafetylabel.eu•   annick.vdevelde@eun.org
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Building projects on a better more responsibel use of the internet Annick_van_de_Velde

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Building projects on a better more responsibel use of the internet Annick_van_de_Velde

  1. 1. Building projects on better,more responsible use of the internet Annick Van de Velde, Insafe
  2. 2. What is Insafe?30 national centres:  Awareness raising  Helplines  Hotlines  Youth participation
  3. 3. It is not (just) about …
  4. 4. What do we do?
  5. 5. Let’s talk about … Online rights and responsibilities Privacy Online identityCritical thinking Protecting your computer, laptop, … Respect!
  6. 6. So, who is responsible?Parents Peer-educators Teachers IndustryGrandparents ChildrenTeenagers Government
  7. 7. eSafety in eTwinning• Where does eSafety fit in the curriculum?• What issues related to eSafety should be discussed?• How would you treat this topics in the classroom?
  8. 8. eSafety in eTwinning• What would your eTwinning project on eSafety look like?• Is it necessary to discuss the topic of eSafety before every eTwinning project organised between schools?
  9. 9. Some examples to get started• Play and learn: Being online - 4 to 8 year old’s• eSafetykit: 6 to 12 year old’s• The Web We want: 13 to 16 year old’s• The PlayDecide games: 12 to 18 year old’s
  10. 10. Let’s get started Any questions?Don’t hesitate to ask!
  11. 11. • www.saferinternet.org• www.esafetykit.net• www.webwewant.eu• www.esafetylabel.eu• annick.vdevelde@eun.org

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