Over the years, Safer Internet Centres have developed various educational resources aimed at helping teachers, parents and carers, and children and young people, to discover the online word safely. Now you can access all of these resources in just one place via this resource gallery.
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‘Digital Communication’ is a teaching material targeting 1st and 2nd graders about what happens when the communication between people is not face-to-face? Many children at the age of 7-9 years old have a smartphone or know how to use a tablet, and many again are not fully aware of what happens when they communicate with other people and they cannot experience facial expressions or hear the tone of voice in the text message or on the chat in an online game. This material provides a range of different activities including working with voice and body language to experience the difference from face-to-face communication to digital non face-to-face communication, activities about connecting text with emojis, films about misunderstandings when texting go wrong, and activities about image sharing with consent etc..
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