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John Pearce

Cyber Safety - Internet Safety Tips To Stay Safe Online : InformED - 5 views

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    "The Internet is without a doubt one of the best resources available to us. Unfortunately it's also extremely dangerous if you aren't aware of who and what lurks behind the scenes. Everyone should know how to be safe when surfing the web, but internet safety tips and tricks are spread out all over the web without a go-to resource. Since the majority of internet scam and virus victims are students and young people, Open Colleges is a perfect place to post the very first full guide to being safe on the internet."
John Pearce

Internet safety: Share your story in the Trend Micro Internet safety video contest - 2 views

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    "We're excited to announce the Grand Prize of the 2011 What's Your Story? Internet safety video contest!"
Tony Richards

Joint Select Committee on Cyber-Safety - Report - 1 views

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    On Monday 20 June 2011, the Joint Select Committee on Cyber-Safety tabled its report on the Inquiry into Cyber-Safety
John Pearce

Who's responsible for tackling cyber bullying? - 0 views

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    The issue of cyber bullying of school children goes to the zeitgeist of our age. It is a collision point between three competing forces: educating our children to be responsible, autonomous individuals; the intervention of the state; and the seemingly unfathomable reach of technology. This week the new Commonwealth Director of Cyber Safety Policy and Programs. begins sifting through the many submissions responding to the government's cyber safety discussion paper. Twenty years ago who would have even imagined such a position would need to exist?
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    The issue of cyber bullying of school children goes to the zeitgeist of our age. It is a collision point between three competing forces: educating our children to be responsible, autonomous individuals; the intervention of the state; and the seemingly unfathomable reach of technology. This week the new Commonwealth Director of Cyber Safety Policy and Programs. begins sifting through the many submissions responding to the government's cyber safety discussion paper. Twenty years ago who would have even imagined such a position would need to exist?
John Pearce

17 Cartoon Videos Explaining the Internet and Internet Safety to Kids | Global Digital ... - 5 views

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    "Planet Nutshell produces short animated videos to explain products, services, and concepts. One of their series of videos is all about the Internet and Internet safety for K-12 students. The series is called NetSafe and it has 17 episodes that were produced for the Utah Education Network. The videos are labeled with grade levels so that students in high school don't watch videos designed for K-3 students. "
John Pearce

Go Figure 2 (Online Safety Version) - YouTube - 4 views

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    "Facts and statistics about online safety."
John Pearce

An Outstanding Internet Safety Cheat Sheet for Teachers and Parents ~ Educational Techn... - 2 views

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    "Here is a handy cheat sheet made particularly for those of you who think they are not tech-savvy enough to carry out internet control safety planning for their kids. Check it out and share with us what you think of it. Enjoy"
Shelly Terrell

E--sense flowcharts - 12 views

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    eLIM's new editable e-safety flowcharts advising on what to do in school if there's an e-safety incident
Rhondda Powling

Comics using comic life and drawplus - Resources - TES - 5 views

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    Great little video tutorials that show how to construct comics in comic life but also working with drawplus to rip characters from one cartoon and embedding them in the other. All neatly wrapped up in a cyber bullying theme for a token nod to e-safety.
John Pearce

Who is Spying On You? [infographic] - 3 views

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    "I'm pretty sure that we're all aware of computer hackers. The real shocker comes with just how easy it is for hackers to steal your information. Today's infographic lets us regular folk know just how easy it is for our information to be tracked and potentially stolen. I have personally been guilty of being too trusting of public routers.  Since I don't have internet at home, I'll spend HOURS surfing the net, and getting personal things done at Mcdonalds, where the internet is free for the public to use. But not after reading today's infographic! It's crazy to realize that this entire time someone could have been cyber stalking my information! I'm going to have to beef up my antivirus and keep my internet time to a minimum. Seriously, for your personal and financial safety, read today's infographic and be protect your computer. The facts in today's infographic are too scary to ignore!"
John Pearce

Stalking in English Class | Remote Access - 0 views

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    "We've been stalking people in english class. Wanting to teach the kids in my class about concepts of digital footprint and online safety, I used three people well known from the edusphere as examples: Will Richardson, Jabiz Raisdana and Jeff Utecht. I introduced these three friends to the students in my class by giving them only a photo and a name. I simply told the kids in my class: find out all you can about these three guys." Clarence Fisher's great project on looking at digital footprints.
John Pearce

High-Wire Act Cyber-Safety and the Young - 1 views

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    "The online environment is an integral part of modern economic and social activities, and a vast resource of education, information, communication and entertainment. Further, the evolution of new technologies is diversifying the ways in which Australians connect with each other and the world. As part of the Government's comprehensive commitment to cyber-safety, the Australian Parliament established this Committee in March 2010. This report focuses on how young people can be empowered and connect to the Internet, and use new technologies with confidence, knowing that they can use them safely, ethically and with full awareness of risks and benefits. The facilitation of safer online environments requires government, industry and the broader community to work together to realise the benefits of the online environment while also protecting Australians from dangers and enabling them to use existing and emerging tools to mitigate risks.  
Andrew Duckworth

IZHERO - 7 views

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    Internet StoryQuest Free Internet Safety
rasool123

Can I eat food that was in the oven while it was self-cleaning? - Dirt2Tidy - 0 views

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    Are you curious about the safety of eating food that was left inside your oven during a self-cleaning cycle? We delve into this common question, exploring the ins and outs of oven self-cleaning and food safety. Join us as we uncover the facts and offer expert advice on how to keep your kitchen and meals safe and sound. Don't miss out on essential kitchen tips!
Ian Guest

CBBC Stay Safe - 8 views

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    "Test your Internet safety knowledge with Hacker and help the Horrible Histories gang stay safe online."
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    Although aimed at younger students, these clips could even be used as staff PD. (Check Guy Fawkes & Lady Jane Grey)
John Pearce

The Easy Guide to Socialising Online - 7 views

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    "The 'Easy Guide to Socialising Online'* provides information about the cybersafety features of different sites, including social networking sites, search engines and online games. By clicking on the logos for each site, you can learn how to adjust your privacy settings, report inappropriate content and find out more about other safety features.
Rhondda Powling

Winners of Trend Micro's 2011 "What's Your Story?" Internet Safety Video Contest Challe... - 3 views

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    The annual "What's Your Story?" international video contest that empowers youth to be leaders in educating others about being safe online.
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