Creating e-Safe learners

During the two-hour professional development course, teachers will engage in supportive conversations around the implications of modern technology and connectivity on their students learning.

The course will provide participants opportunities to review models of best practice that address 21st century skills and unpack latest education resources from Australian Government’s eSafety Commissioner and Scootle the national repository to support digital citizenship in their classrooms.

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Participants will be supported to review NSW Department of Education’s current online user policy and move the vision forward within their school and develop sustainable online communities across school networks. Teachers will discuss online issues in relation to curriculum programs including copyright, cyberbullying and privacy and be guided by current NSW policies to address these issues.

Teachers can book a NESA Registered Course delivered at your school or book individually at one of our WSP Teacher Events via Eventbrite

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