Cybersmart: Smart and Legal - Learning intention:
We are learning to understand what our responsibilities are when accessing and using digital content to learn, create, and share.

 
 



 
 




 
INSTRUCTIONS
Learn:
Make a copy of the Google Slides by clicking on the green 'make a copy' button, it will save to your Drive. Rename your copy (Y7/8 file into your 'Health' folder).
Your teacher will work through the slide presentation with the class, it'll take about one and a half sessions to explore, discuss, and take notes on the information and ideas related to the 'Harmful Digital Communications Act'.

CREATE:
Using the ideas discussed and the notes you've taken on your copy of the slide presentation, create a DLO that would help a person deal with harmful digital communications, and let them know that a laws exist to protect them. Use your Chromebook, laptop, or smartphone. You can work in a team or alone. Note: A 'DLO' means a 'digital learning object', like a poster, movie, animation, recorded song, etc - it just needs to be digital, or capture your creative response.
SHARE:
If you are keen to share your work on social media, lt your teacher know - it would be great to share a powerful message around our school and the community. Y7/8s - add to your blog.
 


 
http://www.sticksnstones.co.nz/youth/being-positive-online/

http://www.sticksnstones.co.nz/youth/dealing-with-bullying/

http://communitylaw.org.nz/community-law-manual/chapter-30-harassment-and-bullying/cyberbullying-new-protections-against-onlinedigital-harassment-chapter-30/
Information for schools and teachers:
Resources for educators to foster safer online communities through digital citizenship, click the Netsafe logo:
https://www.netsafe.org.nz/advice/education/
  Information for whanau and parents:
A wealth of resources directly relevant to children and young people in New Zeland Aotearoa today, click the Netsafe logo:
https://www.netsafe.org.nz/advice/parenting/

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