https://www.childprotectioncompany.com The Child Protection Company is dedicated to not only providing the best online training but also helping our dedicated teachers to extend the principles of online safety to the classroom. This series of videos is intended to promote discussion of online safety to the vital late primary and early secondary group.
https://www.childprotectioncompany.com In this episode, quizmaster Lou asks 'who really is the boss of the internet'? and explains that by following a few simple when using picture or video apps, it can be you. As usual, she causes a little chaos in the studio and trusty Camera Op, Steve has a problem with broken windows.
https://www.childprotectioncompany.com In episode two of our child-friendly online safety videos, Lou looks at the kind of danger young people may encounter on the internet. There is not a lot we can do to shield children from the risks that are online so this video concentrates on recognising and reporting a potential danger if they encounter one.
https://www.childprotectioncompany.com In this episode, Lou talks about how to spot fake news and content with a potentially radical agenda and gives some suggestions about how to recognise when a story may not be as true as it first seems to encourage critical thinking.
In this episode, Lou talks about how smart phones make young peoples lives different, wonders what they were called before they were 'smart', tells us why she loves social media, has problems with video maker, Steve, who insist on revealing some unwanted details about her behavior at school and finally sets up a classroom task to encourage young people to think about the danger of social media rather than have to listen to others tell them.
https://www.childprotectioncompany.com In this episode, Lou doesn't want any fancy camera tricks or jokes. She is talking about cyberbullying and she wants the young person to just think about what it means to the bully and the person being bullied. Cyberbullying is on the increase and unlike physical bullying it is pervasive and insidious.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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