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New Tools for Schools launched online - Guide for Managing Online Incidents and Reviewing Digital Citizenship Capability

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Started by Anjela Webster 09 Jul 2017 2:04pm () Replies (1)

The Netsafe Education Team are excited to share two new tools recently uploaded to Netsafe's website. 

These tools are bespoke to New Zealand schools - they're designed with our contexts (schools, NZ Curriculum, MoE guides, NZ laws) in mind to support schools in the following ways: 

​    ​Digital Citizenship Capability Review Tool 

The Digital Citizenship Capability Review Tool helps schools, kura and Communities of Learning to:

  •  decide how well they're proactively planning for digital citizenship and online safety,
  • identify the processes, strategies, planning and resourcing needed to develop digital citizenship, online safety and student wellbeing.

     Background documentation to the tool, instructions and link to the tool itself can be found here.

      Responding to Online Incidents Involving Students Guide 

When online incidents occur, schools can feel overwhelmed and unsure of their responsibilities. We’ve created a short, two-page, printable guide about what to do when an incident occurs. 

     The guide and additional information to support schools can be found here.

The Netsafe team acknowledge the valuable input by a number of other organisations/individuals into the construction of these tools. Take a look and let us know how helpful they are in your context or role - we'd love to hear your feedback.

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