If only all terms and conditions were presented like this!Read More
Here are several research reports on kids’ behaviour online.Read More
With Safer Internet Day just around the corner, the latest issue of Digital Education contains several links to resources and reports.Read More
This article contains details of 8 reports and 4 sets of resources concerning e-safety.Read More
Are social media companies doing enough to keep children safe?Read More
A few useful articles that you may not have come across before. They cover:
- project-based learning
- teen depression and cyberbullying and
- how to reduce the possibility of having your training stolen.
A harrowing, but very readable, account of how public shaming affects the victims.Read More
It's Safer Internet Day on 7th February this year. Here are some reading and some resources to do with e-safety. I hope you find them useful.Read More
The technology may have changed, but children don't.Read More
Here are three useful pins from Pinterest on the subject of e-safety for kids.Read More
"Until adults move on from the dismissive and patronising position of ‘the online world isn’t real or valid’ we will continue to fail in the quality of the support we offer our children."
Simon Finch suggests a much more useful approach.
Being safe on the internet is vital. If you’re concerned about being safe on the internet or just want a few ideas of how to be safe you have come to the right place!
As well as a very entertaining keynote lecture by Sir Ranulph Fiennes, there were three sessions: