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Apresentação sobre a estratégia de segurança digital nas escolas portuguesas

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Esafety portuguese schools

  1. 1. The Portuguese approach to e-safety in schools Az iskolai internetbiztonság Portugáliában VII. International Media Conference „The Effects of the Media on Children and Young People” 25 – 27 September 2013 Balatonalmádi, Hungary Fernando Rui Campos (POR) 24 September 2013
  2. 2. MoE and the Portuguese Safer Internet Centre [SIC] Awareness Centre Help Line & Hot Line
  3. 3. DGE ICT Competence Centre 2012/13 [ICT in Education Unit] 9 ICT Competence Centres Institutions University of Minho University of Aveiro University of Coimbra University of Lisbon University of Évora New University of Lisbon Santarém Polytechnic Institute Setúbal Polytechnic Institute Batalha Secondary School
  4. 4. eSafety in Portuguese schools Awareness sessions in schools Curriculum Integration + SID School activities eSafety Classroom Activities School level (SeguraNet Challenges) (Esafety Label)
  5. 5. Context – Target Groups • Public and Private Schools – Primary Schools [6-10 year olds] – Lower & Upper Secondary Schools [11- 18 year olds] • Parents • Teachers
  6. 6. Iniciatives – SeguraNet project Teacher training, Police, youth institutions, Child protecion institutions, schools Design and support of eSafety Challenges Awareness sessions in schools (focus on teachers) Safer Internet Day (Week) Youth Panel
  7. 7. Goals of eSafety Challenges • To promote critical thinking in the students – Learning from mistakes – Not only awareness but also learning by using school resources (teacher & classroom time, other resources)
  8. 8. Challenge Activities Secondary Schools • Respond to Digital learning resources (including parents teams) Primary Schools • Video creation • Creation of Illustrations , etc., under
  9. 9. Classroom activities & parents’ involvement eSafety Challenges Challenges lower/upper secondary Challenges primary school School registration Classroom registration 7 – Challenges for students 3 – Challenges for parents 3 – Challengesfor students (208) Schools (1270) Teachers 171 classrooms (23484) Students 3702 students (506) Parents Participation of the Autonomous Regions of Madeira and the Azores School year 2012/13
  10. 10. Content resources Web & analogical Sexting - Example Reusable resource - Creative Commons Licensing BY-SA
  11. 11. Target groups Example of resources (Creative Commons) • Schools (head teachers, Heads of Department) • Teachers Media Types •Web site •Posters •Small booklets 11
  12. 12. Target Specialized esafety resources groups Students ; parents; teachers ; schools 12
  13. 13. Social Networks and Repositories
  14. 14. New platforms – iTunes U Kids Platforms e.g. SAPO Kids
  15. 15. Safer Internet Day – specific support and activities for schools
  16. 16. Curriculum integration Subject: Information and Communication Technology 2 consecutive years – 7th and 8th [13-15 years old] Curriculum spiral approach Subject assessment Support and mapped resources related to curriculum indicators
  17. 17. School Infrastructure Individual access to the resources Wireless and fixed connection to the web eSafety/eSecurity Unified content and access filtering system School level Organizational level distinct virtual Network
  18. 18. School eSafety Multidomain approach Objectives • To access information and support that helps schools anticipate and deal with incidents related to Internet security • To provide guidance to schools in the area of Internet security comprehensively and that includes multiple domains. • To show parents and other stakeholders in the educational community that Internet security is important for schools eSafety Label is a European project that is managed by:
  19. 19. eSafety label School Action Plan Gold Higher level of compliance with the proposed Digital Security Label Physical Evidence maybe required Action Plan Documental evidence Action Plan Action Plan No attribution of Label 1 year between answers to the evaluation questionnaire and a new Action Plan Vality: 18 months
  20. 20. eSafety Label (Selo de Segurança Digital [POR]) Global school eSafety for schools Evaluation indicators Source: European Schoolnet
  21. 21. documents Esafety games Information Flyers Platforms OnLine resources Physical resources Guidelines Help Line Alert Line Child protection Institutions Educational games Lesson plans Resources Human Resources Police Forces videos MoE Educational Autonomous Regions Azores & Madeira Preschool to Secondary teachers ICT Teachers ICT Competence centre eSafety Resources Organization in schools
  22. 22. Thank you SeguraNet project ICT in Education Unit [MoE] E-mail: Fernando Rui Campos