In this session we will look at some of the key trends, opportunities and challenges being experienced by young people online. We will discuss how we can support students to adopt safer, respectful and more responsible online practices for themselves and others. This session will also focus on the digital rights and responsibilities of educators and how we can model positive online practices.
Rotational PL session resources
- Digital Rights and Responsibilities of Students and Staff Rotational PL Presentation
- ESafety Commissioner summary table of what and how you can report
- Our Rights in a Digital World. A snapshot of chidren’s views from around the world.
- Play it safe and fair online video and educational resources. What are the experiences of Australian athletes like online? Watch the following video which discusses online experiences with Caitlin Bassett (Australian Netball), Grant ‘Scooter’ Patterson (Paralympic swimming) and Taliqua Clancy (Olympic Beach Volleyball).
Resources for educators
- Dealing with fight videos
- How to respond to adult cyber abuse
- Online incident assessment
- Online safety classroom agreement
- Quick reference guides for responding to online safety incidents
- Tech trends and challenges
- Tips for staff using social media
- Tips for supporting students involved in online incidents
Resources to communicate to parents/guardians
- App checklist for parents
- Balancing your time online
- Conversation starters with kids
- Conversation starters with young people
- Parental controls on devices and accounts
- Parental controls on social media, games and apps
- Online gaming information for parents and carers
- Parent guide to cyberbullying and online drama
- Screen time – how much is too much?
- The hard to have conversations