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E-Safety New Teachers

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Caroline James

on 8 September 2013

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Transcript of E-Safety New Teachers

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Ideas
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E-Safety
Today's talk
To see how we teach e-safety at Wildern
To give advice on how you can stay e-safe

Miss Caroline James (ICT Teacher)



3 ONLINE TOP TIPS
Yearly Plan
How can you keep esafe?
Tonight
Search your name in Google

Check Facebook settings

Protect your tweets

Read given materials
The ICT department teach e-safety primarily. It is the responsibility of every teacher though to be aware of e-safety
Online reputation
SEPTEMBER
Keeping Safe online
FEBRUARY - Safer Internet Day
Cyberbullying
JUNE - Stop Cyberbullying Day
Have you managed and reviewed your online content?
Are you protecting yourself when using mobiles or online content?
What are the guidelines for using school equipment at home?
Can I contact pupils through social media
Should I be friends with pupils online?
38% of children have been affected by cyberbullying in the UK
(NSPCC)
13% of UK 9-16 year olds say they have been bothered or upset by something online in the past year.
(NSPCC)

98% of both 8-11 year olds and 12-15 year olds who have an active social networking site profile use Facebook
(NSPCC)
SCENARIO 2
You have never checked your Facebook settings and are pretty sure they are automatically secure.
SCENARIO 3
You regularly post random things on Twitter and have not protected your tweets.
SCENARIO 4
It is OK to accept a pupil as a friend on Facebook.
SCENARIO 5
You make a twitter account specifically for work that you will use for your class.
SCENARIO 6
You go on a school trip and take photographs of pupils with your own phone.
SCENARIO 7
You download videos from YouTube to watch in a lesson
SCENARIO 8
You upload media to your YouTube channel without asking permission
SCENARIO ONE
A pupil tells you that they are being cyberbullied. You tell them just to ignore it.
MORAL COMPASS
SCENARIO 9
You listen to music from YouTube in your class
E-safety
E-safety is about being safe in the the electronic world which includes being safe using:

Internet
Handheld devices
Computers
Miss Caroline James ICT Teacher
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