Pupils online: advice for schools

We know that children are using a wide range of technology to get online at home, including games consoles, tablets and even their parents’ smartphones. This has led to a number of concerns, the main one being the issue of safeguarding. With the huge variety of potential access points to the internet, how can schools educate their pupils for all eventualities?

At Catshill Learning Partnerships, we’ve been running online safety presentations in schools for a number of years, and at the beginning of these sessions, we always ask the pupils what devices they’ve been using or had access to at home. The responses to this are always really fascinating; children from as early as reception are already using a vast range of technology. So, we set up the Pupil Internet Use Survey in order to examine how children access online content in more detail.

Read the full story by

Tags:

RELATED READS
Build your career with Microsoft. Enter Data Science with millionlights Welcome to GoReact’s Mobile App

From our Network

7 Web Writing Tricks For Creating Effective Online Courses

Newrow Inc. Launches WebRTC Online Teaching Platform, Newrow Smart

LX Design Conference

How To Convert Instructor-Led Training To eLearning

The Future Of eLearning Authoring Is Not Device-Dependent