Cybersmart learning is embedded in our learn, create, share pedagogy placing our young people at the very centre of their learning.
Being Cybersmart empowers our learners as connected digital citizens. When their learning is visible and accessible, anytime, any place, at any pace, our young people learn to make smart decisions and understand that every time they connect, collaborate and share online it combines to create their digital footprint.
The purpose of this overview is to:
Support schools to identify and plan for Cybersmart learning throughout the school year.
Align planning and delivery of Cybersmart teaching and learning for in class support each term.
Guide design of Cybersmart Challenges shared on the blog each week
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Prepared for preservice teacher presentation in October 2020 includes an overview of our Cybersmart Learning
About Being Cybersmart
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Each cybersmart category includes learning concepts that are critical to enabling our young people to make smart decisions when learning, creating and sharing online.
The initial learning shared within each of the cybersmart categories is designed to support teachers and learners who are new to the 1:1 digital learning environment.
Teachers are invited to repurpose and redesign to reflect learning that is personalised and inclusive and takes into account your learners' aspirations, interests, identity, language and culture
As teachers develop their confidence cybersmart learning will increasingly be embedded into existing programmes of learning across the curriculum.