Last week Primary 6V hosted a ‘Safe and Responsible Use of the Internet’ information evening. I think the title is more meaningful than the usual ‘Internet Safety’ one. I chose it because (quite a while ago now) I read a post on Ollie Bray’s blog describing the subtle difference between the two phrases. I can’t find the link to Ollie’s original post, but we did use some of the free Internet Safety and Responsible Use Cartoon Illustrations he blogged about more recently – the class loved them!
The aim of the evening was to enable the children to share:
- how they have been using Glow blogs and wikis in school and at home to improve learning
- what they have learned about the dangers of the internet
- strategies they use to keep themselves safe online
I introduced the class to prezi and they all voted to use that instead of their powerpoint presentation. I’ve included a copy of it here.
It’s taken me longer than I’d intended to blog about this.
I’ll also try to blog about our attempts at ‘Negotiated Learning’ before the end of term. The children are loving it – thanks to Oliver Quinlan for the idea