This year's theme for Safer Internet day is 'let's create a better internet together.' UK Safer Internet Centre has created primary and secondary school packs and also a parent pack, providing lots of great ideas to help schools and organisations get involved in Safer Internet Day 2014.
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The Underwear Rule campaign
'Parents and carers can have simple conversations to help keep children safe from sexual abuse
We believe that everyone has a role to play to help prevent the sexual abuse of children and are encouraging parents and carers to teach their children the Underwear Rule to help them stay safe.
It's not an easy subject, but simple conversations can help keep children safe from sexual abuse.' View the NSPCC resource here.
A brief CEOP video on Youtube that outlines some of the challenges and dangers for adoptive parents in terms of their children's use of social media.
A useful resource from Childnet.
'This E-safety INSET presentation is designed to be delivered by the E-safety Lead, or designated staff member, in your school, organisation or child care setting.
Online safety is a whole community issue and this presentation is suitable for every staff member to attend.
To deliver this INSET presentation, print and read the delivery instructions in advance and familiarise yourself with the content and timings of the Prezi.
The presentation is flexible and the direction of discussion can be guided by the staff members present and pertinent current issues.'
These call out cards cover many of the common and important areas of digital citizenship including textual harrassment. Perhaps your students could create further examples for their own use?
We like these posters on Digital Citizenship and that the creator encourages all teachers to share their resources too.