Monthly Archives: September 2017

Final Project 2 – RUA’s and How They Keep Us Safe Online

“We may have been great fools to develop the post office, to invent the newspaper and the railway; but the harm is done – it will be our children who will see it; we have created a Frankenstein monster at whom our … Continue reading

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Empower – Inspire – Impact

The title of this blog is a play on my schools tagline “Inquire – Inspire – Impact” But why did I change it?  I’m talking about Technology and young people, I really don’t think we need to encourage them to … Continue reading

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Google Digital Citizenship and Safety Course – A Review

This blog will look at the Google’s Digital Citizenship and Safety Course, reflecting on it’s strengths and weaknesses.  It will also consider where responsibly lies for teaching these important skills to students. Unit 2: TEACH STUDENTS ABOUT INTERNET SAFETY AND PRIVACY … Continue reading

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Brave? Foolish? Private?

Online privacy is something that people take very seriously.  Reflecting on a previous post ‘Footprints – Tattoos – CVs‘, it is clear why people want to look after their privacy – especially teachers! How would you feel being open to … Continue reading

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