In one word, how would you describe how you feel when you go online?
Learn about the basics of online safety Understand how to create a safe online space for yourself and others Create your own eSafety poster to share with your class
Creating an eSafety Poster
eSafety: The practice of using technology safely and responsibly in order to protect oneself and others from harm. Online Safety: The practice of protecting yourself, your data, and your devices from malicious actors or other unwanted intrusions. Cyberbullying: The use of technology or social media to intentionally harass, threaten, or embarrass another person.
What should be included in an eSafety poster?
- A list of tips on staying safe online
- A reminder to not share personal information online
- An image of a computer with a caution sign
- All of the above
According to the National Cyber Security Alliance, 63% of teenagers have experienced cyberbullying. According to a survey by the Cyberbullying Research Center, about 1 in 4 students experience cyberbullying at least once a month. An estimated 10 million Americans are victims of cybercrime each year.
Brain break: Draw a picture of a donut-eating unicorn with a rainbow-colored mane!
What are the challenges of creating an effective eSafety poster?