Digital Education, with e-safety supplement:

I thought you might like some information on the forthcoming edition of Digital Education, which includes a special e-safety supplement. It contains the following articles:

  • How ICT helped me in my graphic design work and teacher education – Maddi Holt, who first wrote for us in 2010, describes how ICT and technology have been useful to her in her graphics design business.

  • Education research and teachers – Rose Luckin suggests three ways in which non-academics can take advantage of the research that she and her colleagues conduct.

  • Safer Internet Day at King Edward VI School – student Caleb outlines the school#s Safer Internet Day activities.

  • Internet Safety – Junior School pupil Anna gives some great advice, including an easy-to-remember acronym.

  • Essential questions for e-safety – I suggest a few key questions that every headteacher must be able to answer.

  • Research on identity theft.

  • Practical advice for parents to keep their children safe online – Alan Mackenzie offers some very useful tips.

  • Safer Internet Day: Young people and the internet – Student Ellie Gregson gives her views about keeping safe online.

  • Lazy e-safety messages are no help to our children – Simon Finch says it’s time to do something useful instead of being “dismissive and patronising”.

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