Things to think about & resources to help you
To help you with your story, here are some resources to consider. But don’t feel limited by this. Just be sure to answer the theme in your poster. The sky’s the limit!
Being successful online
- Chilren’s eSafety Commissioner—information and education to empower children to be safe online
- LinkedIn for Young People
- CoderDojo – The global network of free computer programming clubs for young people
- You can learn anything for free, for everyone, forever: Khan Academy
- A new world of free certified learning: Alison
- The Social Skills for Autism App #KloogTheAlien
There are more than 3 billion Internet users worldwide. There are als0 more than 6 billion mobile phones and of these over 1 billion of those are smartphones. 20-25% of teens have been bullied online and 75-80% haven’t. If you’re looking for numbers, here are some sites with cool stats about who’s doing what online:
Being safe and responsible online
- Budd:e Primary—Budd:e for primary schools offers fun and engaging games and activities to build unique robots, while introducing basic practices that will equip children to stay safe and secure online.
- Budd:e Secondary—Budd:e for secondary schools explores advanced online safety and security topics, including: creating content, file sharing, pop-ups, privacy, sharing, scams, spam, spyware, malware, phishing, online transactions and computer viruses
- ThinkUKnow—internet safety program.