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Teaching cyber safety in the primary classroom: thinking about online resources and web 2.0 tools

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With so many offerings on the internet it makes sense that educators arm themselves with the knowledge and confidence to evaluate Web resources for themselves and the students they teach.

A collection of websites and online resources to consider:

Slide share Presentation Evaluating Web Tool Criteria for Educators

Choosing the Right Web Tool (Storify.com by Jennifer Fenton)

Booktrailers for Readers (A great site ….. so many ideas)

How to make a book trailer  ( A Prezi Presentation)

Free technology for teachers by Richard Byrne

Blooms Taxonomy according to Seinfeld (Youtube)

The Australian curriculum Website (Changes: Youtube)

Year 3 ACARA Sample 5 Posters for cyber safety Screen Shot 2015-04-07 at 9.07.22 am

Queensland Government Digital Strategy 2014-1017 Screen Shot 2015-04-07 at 9.05.43 am

Brainpop Screen Shot 2015-04-06 at 8.12.35 pm

Daniel Morcombe Child Safety Curriculum Year 3-6

National Digital Learning Resource Network Screen Shot 2015-04-08 at 10.35.59 pm

Making YouTube accessible for students: View Pure

Video sites YouTubehttp://www.youtube.com To make YouTube accessible in the classroom to students, copy a YouTube URL e.g on iPhone apps http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xWSyZyPFazE Open up View Prue from http://viewpure.com/ and paste the URl into the View Pure window and click the Create button and you now have a new site http://viewpure.com/xWSyZyPFazE that students can access and the video is free from potentially harmful content. TeacherTube http://www.teachertube.com/ and SchoolTubehttp://www.schooltube.com/ have a range of videos suitable for use in the classroom.


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