Digital citizenship resources to share with parents/whānau

Started by Tessa Gray 30 Oct 2013 4:58pm () Replies (18)

As schools unpack what Digital Citizenship means and how this relates to us all at school, it's just as important to help our parents/whānau in the wider community understand about safe and appropriate practices for our kids - when using the Internet at home.

Here's a non-verbal video that, "reminds us that many young children use Internet enabled devices to play games."

Taken from Great Internet Safety Resource for Early Years 

Dad quietly shows the right way to tackle spam, which can also be springboard to how to handle other unwanted pop-ups on the Internet. While schools often have 'blocks' on these, most home computers don't.

How else do you inform your parent community about digital citizenship and cybersafety? What resources do you use?

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