This is one of the presentations I gave at the ‘How to Deliver an Effective Computing Curriculum’ day by Government Knowledge on 12th November.
Special thanks to Alan MacKenzie (@esafetyadviser). For more information head over to his website: www.esafety-adviser.com
good as always…
not sure if I agree that teachers often know little more than the students! Kinda patronising Matt!
And fancy leaving a spelling error in… ouch there / their
anyway – don’t be put off by my comments
I have found that despite lessons, and warnings about what they shouldn’t post – and how they ought to close down their profiles… the students still post with abandon – and set little privacy settings –
What about social networking site not like Facebook – but instagram, and especially Twitter….
Cheers…spelling mistake changed and should show up soon.
Patronising or honest? It is not a blanket comment, it does not say every teacher. In my experience a lot of teachers will not use social media as much as the students, therefore will need training.
I suppose this has been written based on my experience and whilst I know a lot of teachers on Twitter etc, we are the exception and not the rule.
Thanks for you comment. 🙂
Do you have a copy of the e-safety policy for reference?
Do you have a copy of the e-safety policy for reference
If you head over to the web address at the beginning of the blog post, will find Alan’s sample policy there. Thanks.