Use a range of search engines to find resources that youmight use to teach pupils about one of these topicsrelated to e-safety. Safe searching Respecting copyright Cyberbullying Using social networking responsibly Your digital footprint Why and how we filter Avoiding viruses and other malwarePost links to the best which you find to your blog,together with some comments on each.
Article 131. The child shall have the right to freedom ofexpression; 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 thechilds choice.2. The exercise of this right may be subject to certainrestrictions, but these shall only be such as are providedby law and are necessary:(a) For respect of the rights or reputations of others; or(b) For the protection of national security or of publicorder, or of public health or morals.
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A significant problem 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 cyberbully CC by studiostoer Don t be mean on the screen CyberMentors >
Catch up with any missing posts from your blog Please keep blogging, about anything ICT related on the programme (and beyond) We’d love to see your English IWB Presentations We’d love to see your T&L videos Complete the course evaluation More embedding in Years 2 and 3 “ICT and [a foundation subject]” in Year 3 ICT for inclusion; ARGaming as CW options in Year 3