E-safety education for years 3 and 4

Provider: onefourseven
£175.00 + VAT
Free to onefourseven member schools
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Description The new national curriculum places a much greater emphasis on the use of the internet and world-wide web for communication and collaboration. Children in key stage 2 are required to explore and use a variety of online technologies to engage with information and people effectively. The programme of study also stresses the need for them to do so with an understanding of how the technology works and how to safely manage their online activity. This half-day course is one of three new courses to introduce and explore computing curriculum e-safety themes and the use of the internet with children. We will provide an opportunity for teachers in key stage 2 to become familiar with some of the teaching requirements of the new computing programmes of study; explore and review some of the guidance material, information and resources available and how they might be used; look at practical hands-on opportunities for children in lower key stage two to use a range of technologies and develop an awareness of personal safety and responsibility, including how to manage challenges and difficulties All the activities and resources used on this course will be available to take away and use back in school. While the course will focus on years 3 and 4, the resources and activities may also be suitable for year 5 or 6 classes that have not made use of online authoring and forums and related e-safety issues. A course focussing on e-safety education for years 5 and 6 is also available.
Duration 14.00 to 16.30
Website

onefourseven's website

http://onefourseven.org.uk/courses/spring2015/e-safety-education-for-years-3-and-4/
Categories Primary, Teaching and Learning, Computing / ICT, Management, Support Staff, Teaching staff, Out of school
Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students

Participants will

  • become familiar with some of the teaching requirements of the new computing programmes of study
  • explore and review some of the guidance material, information and resources available and how they might be used
  • look at practical hands-on opportunities for children in lower key stage two to use a range of technologies and develop an awareness of personal safety and responsibility, including how to manage challenges and difficulties
     
Evidence underpinning this approach The provider has not supplied this information
How users/participants can evaluate success
  • Successful implementation of e-safety activities in lower key stage 1
  • Participant confidence delivering and e-safety curriculum in class across a range of contexts
Follow-up activities and support The provider has not supplied this information
Details
  • A tutor led course with opportunities for discussion and plenty of hands on activities,
  • All resources used on the course will be shared with participants who will continue to have access afterward through our online resource area
     
Associated Files File_icon 2015-spr-E-safety_education_for_years_3_and_4.pdf

This course does not have any pre-booked dates available. Please contact the provider directly to arrange this training.