GrumbleDook (19th April 2012)
Ooops! Sorry, posted this in a new thread instead of here. Link to new thread:
Parenting in the Digital Age Film
@elsiegee40: Seems from some of our girls that when you enable the timeline view, it becomes publicly accessible regardless of other settings. Have you also found this - can you mention it in your excellent guide?
I haven't seen that at all - are you sure they aren't just rediscovering previously public content they'd forgotten about? Also the cover image is always public I think.
Link 1: Know IT All for Primary Schools
Link 2: Know IT All for Secondary SchoolsTeacher's Presentation
Presented by serving primary school teaching staff, the video tutorials cover a range of e-safety issues including:
- E-safety as a whole school issue
- Protecting myself as a professional
- Helping Parents protect their children online
- E-safety and Children with Special Education Needs (SEN)
- Handling disclosures
The short 3-4 minute chapters are available to access by following this link and primary schools will be able to order a copy of the CD ROM from April 2009
The Know IT All Secondary Toolkit. provides educators with a range of ready to go e-safety resources for use with secondary aged pupils. Browse, download and personalise the range of downloadable lesson plans, films, games, PowerPoint presentations and more, covering:
- Skills School
- Safer Social Networking
- Digital Citizenship
- Perfect PasswordsThe Upper Secondary Toolkit has been created by Childnet for pupils in Key Stage 4 and above. This toolkit contains two different resources; The Advanced Project and the drama activity Picture This, which are easy to use and are matched to the skills and interests of young people aged 14-19.
GrumbleDook (16th April 2012)
Time to wade through your facebook privacy again. Double checked and updated for Timeline.
Last edited by elsiegee40; 19th April 2012 at 06:24 PM.
I have a eSafety meeting with all staff Tuesday and this document will come in very handy. Thanks!!
This is a US Military Guide to facebook privacy!
It's from last September so it's a little out of date, but I learned something from it... the bit about setting Custom as your default privacy level and making sure that your Networks are not automatically included as Friends!
DON CIO Reference: Recommended Facebook Privacy Settings
From Yorks and Humbs GfL: Creating a primary school eSafeguarding policy - eSafeguarding - YHGfL
elsiegee40 (13th August 2012)
I hope you don't mind me joining you, I'm the e-Safety Officer from Kent County Council - I've been lurking a while but haven't posted yet.
I thought that some of you might find the new Vodafone Digital Parenting Magazine useful. It contains information about the very latest technology and challenges including Expert View articles, ‘How to’ guides and Take Action checklists which will help families of toddlers to teens to stay up-to-date and feel more confident about getting involved in children's online lives.
It's available electronically here and you can also order hard copies for free to give out to parents in school here
The launch of this issue was held yesterday at the House of Lords, with the support of Baroness Thornton. The speakers gave a real insight into why they are working in this area and I was very impressed with Dr Linda Papadopoulos speaking about age related imagery and the mental / emotional development of children.
esafety_officer (19th September 2012)
I was sad I couldn't make it - I was delivering a parents talk which had been booked since March but I followed the comments on twitter.
I hope no one minds me joining even through I'm an LA and not technical!
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