This section provides information and resources to enable schools to engage with members of their community to plan and respond to the impact of technologies, particularly digital citizenship and cybersafety. Visit the Digital citizenship page for more information and resources to support teaching digital citizenship in the classroom.
Digital citizenship at home
This self-paced module can be used as a series of workshops, facilitated by a teacher, to educate parents about digital citizenship and cybersafety or used as a basis for providing information to parents.
NetSafe is an independent non-profit organisation that promotes confident, safe, and responsible use of online technologies. NetSafe have a range of resources to support education on digital citizenship including:
NetSafe's Safeguard Framework – seven Key Areas of focus to help schools and kura address student cybersafety and support digital citizenship.
Hector's World – a cybersafety initiative for teachers and parents to help young people learn about safe online practices.
Learn the Netbasics – a website containing a computer security plan to aid with common issues and risks faced when going online, which is supported by video clips.
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e-Learning: Professional Learning
e-Learning: Beyond the classroom
Using the e-Learning Planning Frameworks
Connected Learning Advisory
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