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In this special cybersafety episode, I begin by sharing with you “The Strange Story of the Singing Clownfish,” one of the four short stories included in my recently published children’s book, “The Tweeting Galah.” Following on from this story, I discuss how cybersafety fits into the Australian curriculum, as well as tips and resources to help you teach this content as effectively as possible (and with the least impact on your time!)
To find out more about the resources outlined in the episode please select from the following list:
- Common Sense Media Digital Citizenship Scope & Sequence
- “The Strange Story of the Singing Clownfish” comes from my recently published book, “The Tweeting Galah”
- Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner
- Digital Technologies Hub
Cybersafety Lesson Ideas
A few ideas & inspiration!
Create licenses for using school devices
Create Cybersafety super heroes! (adapted from Common Sense Media)
Create anti-cyber bullying posters and display around classroom
Create your own digital footprints!
Complete a digital device contract (for home OR school).
Join the ICT Teaching & Learning Community Australia Facebook Group
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