e-safety

I started writing a Moodle course for e-safety this week.

Moodle esafety course

I am authorised to deliver the CEOP materials but the course will be taught by another teacher as well so I cannot use these in the course. Instead I have gone for (lesson 1):

teach-ict.com e-safety quiz games

a social networking flash video

a Moodle quiz to identify who has accounts on various social networks

A Moodle assignment with a comprehension exercise on a cyber-bullying article from the BBC

I am now wondering where to go next. It is such a big field. The ThinkUKnow and CEOP reporting buttons are there, which we will have a look at, but what activities are best for the pupils to learn all about e-safety. I would rather it was less about the teacher and more about the pupil doing. Any ideas or resources?

e-safety

2 thoughts on “e-safety

  1. Dai,

    Great idea. If this was an offline course, I’d probably get them to start discussing their reactions to a series of scenarios related to e-saftey (what should Bob do if…)

    This could work well using a Moodle discussion forum, although I don’t know a) if the debate would move to fast in the context of a single lesson b) how comfortable teachers would be giving up the ability to overhear and jump in in quite the same way you can in a live environment.

    One to consider though.

    If I have any more ideas, I’ll be back :0)

  2. Thanks Dave.

    I have a few ‘what if’ scenario work sheets I was going to convert to Moodle quiz or Q&A forum. I would like to spend some time developing complex multiple choice answers where the subtleties might make the pupil think more, also provide opportunity for detailed/deeper feedback rather than correct or not. But time? You got any I can borrow?

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