Their planning should include a storyboard which shows the details that will go on each page and which student is responsible for each task.As an alternative, students could develop a ‘How to’ book on using technology respectfully for their peers or for junior primary students.Students choose one of the following technologies/online tools: Groups should be of no more than four students and each technology may have more than one group assigned to it.In their groups, students brainstorm respectful behaviours associated with their chosen technology and use a graphic organiser or to capture their input.Cyber Quoll is an online program composed of six episodes in which the characters present scenarios and cybersafety tips in an engaging cartoon format.View: Episode 1 of Cyber Quoll – Invasion of the Noobs Teacher resources are available at Teacher's Cyber Quoll Focus: What’s real online?
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Teachers should also ensure that any advertising that appears is appropriate. This teaching idea uses three short one to two minute clips from the Australian Children’s Television Foundation’s program, Noah and Saskia.
Each point in their list must be short and succinct.
Students research their topic and add any additional respectful behaviours to their list.
Focus: Positive online behaviours VELS: Level 4Objective: For students to develop an understanding of respect and positive and responsible conventions when communicating using a range of digital technologies and the internet.