In my role as Internet Safety Officer, I originally did this presentation for an assembly, but have since used it to guide parents.
As a workshop with questions it takes about 45 minutes, but as an assembly you might need to take out some of the slides to fit your assembly timings.
There are notes in the slides if this is being presented by somebody who is not technical and the aim is to encourage discussion between parents and children.
This is an idea for an assembly.
It needs work and planning beforehand with a small number of children (min 4, max 8) depending in the depth of content you cover in the scenario and narrating of the scenario.
It worked particularly well because of the involvment of the kids.
There are two photocopiable worksheets and an information sheet which have been developed to work with the Franklin Watts title 'Let's read and talk about Internet Safety'. However, they also stand alone. There is a definitions worksheet looking at commonly-used cyber terms, an information sheet on ways to keep your passwords safe and some cyber dilemmas to consider.
Safer Internet Day 2013 is on Tuesday 5th February. This years theme is Online Rights and Responsibilities - Connect with Respect. Introduce the theme to your primary pupils with this assembly and supporting script.
Are you lucky enough to own a DJI Phantom 3, Phantom 4, Inspire 1, or M100? Or, maybe you're interested in Drone Education and would like a sample lesson to pair with free coding software?<br />
Engage your students in STEM programming and Drone Education and follow this lesson plan to integrate computer science, technology, engineering, and mathematics to create the ultimate photograph...The Dronie!!! (Just like a selfie....but WAY cooler!) Even if you're a novice at drone or UAV education, this step-by-step lesson will guide you and your students.<br />
Using the open-source iOS app, DroneBlocks (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/droneblocks/id1045826508?mt=8), you and your students will have instructions to program your drone to complete The Dronie mission. <br />
This lesson includes extensions and activities to enrich learning and student engagement and incorporates many standards, including:<br />
Common Core State Standards:<br />
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RST.6-8.3: Follow precisely a multistep procedure when carrying out experiments, taking measurements, or performing technical tasks.<br />
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.5.OA.A: Using operations and algebraic thinking, write and interpret numerical expressions.<br />
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.6.G.A: Solve real-world and mathematical problems involving area, surface area, and volume.<br />
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.6.EE.A: Apply and extend previous understandings of arithmetic to algebraic expressions.<br />
International Society for Technology in Education Standards:<br />
ISTE 1.a Apply existing knowledge to generate new ideas, products, or processes<br />
ISTE 1.c Use models and simulations to explore complex systems and issues<br />
ISTE 2.a Interact, collaborate, and publish with peers, experts, or others employing a variety of digital environments and media<br />
ISTE 3.b Locate, organize, analyze, evaluate, synthesize, and ethically use information from a variety of sources and media<br />
ISTE 3.c Evaluate and select information sources and digital tools based on the appropriateness to specific tasks<br />
ISTE 3.d Process data and report results<br />
ISTE 4.b Plan and manage activities to develop a solution or complete a project<br />
Remember to always practice safety when flying drones, especially with your students. Visit this website (no affiliation!) for great tips: http://knowbeforeyoufly.org/for-recreational-users/<br />
I look forward to receiving feedback and student "Dronies"!
This is a MEGA PACK of 213 super cute end of the year superlative awards, certificates & diplomas for grades PK-8th grade! There are so many to choose from. All students are unique and that's why this pack is perfect for your students. I made all awards multicultural. You will be able to use these awards year after year, even if you change grade levels. Here is a list of the awards. I will be working on the Spanish pack in the next few days!<br />
Hope you enjoy!<br />
Peacemaker Award- for helping everyone get along (3 girls 1 boy)<br />
Mad Scientist Award-for demonstrating excellence in Science (2 boys 2 girls multicultural)<br />
Mister and Misses Sporty (2 girls 2 boys)<br />
Class Clown-for having such a great sense of humor<br />
LOL Award-for being the class comedian<br />
Above & Beyond Award-for always giving more than 100%<br />
Cheerful Award-for always cheering everyone on (4 girls 1 unisex)<br />
Super Girl & Boy Awards-for always trying his/her best (4 girls 4 boys)<br />
Outstanding Behavior-for always being on their best behavior (2 girls 2 boys)<br />
Perfect Attendance-for being at school everyday (2 boys 2 girls)<br />
Delightful Dreamer-for dreaming beautiful dreams (2 boys2 girls)<br />
Word Work Wiz-for doing an amazing job during word work (1 boy 1 girl 1 unisex)<br />
Bright Smile Award-for having the brightest smile everyday (unisex)<br />
Knight in Shining Armor Award- for helping a friend out in a difficult situation (2 boys)<br />
Team Queen & King Awards-for leading like a queen/king (2 girls 2 boys)<br />
Cool Cat Award- for being funny, cool, and entertaining (unisex)<br />
Hard Worker Award- for giving it your all everyday (2 boys 2 girls)<br />
Green Power Award-for doing a great job taking care of our Earth (2 boys 2 girls)<br />
Prince Charming and Princess Lovely-for being pleasant, loveable, and delightful (2 boys 7 girls)<br />
Excellence in Reading-for doing your best in Reading (1 boy 1 girl 1 unisex)<br />
Excellence in Science-for doing your best in Science (2 boys 2 girls)<br />
Excellence in Math-for doing your best in Math (2 boys 2 girls)<br />
Excellence in Writing Award- for doing your best in Writing (2 girls 2 boys 1 unisex)<br />
Excellence in History-for doing your best in History (2 boys 2 girls)<br />
Excellence in Geography-for doing your best in Geography (2 boys 2 girls)<br />
Excellence in a Foreign Language-for doing your best at learning a foreign language (unisex)<br />
Excellence in _______ Award for doing your best in _______ (your write it in)<br />
Best Dressed-for looking nice & trendy everyday (5 boys 7 girls)<br />
Big Hearted Award-for being a caring & loving friend (4 girls 4 boys)<br />
Dorothy Award-for embarking on a remarkable journey filled with many adventures<br />
Tin-Man Award-for having a big heart<br />
Plus so many more!
February being the International month for being safer online, it’s time to get them aware about the threat and the danger of being online. A lot of our students don’t really know the risks and the damages social online can get them into, we hear too many stories about suicide because of embarrassing pictures or comments posted online and we should try to educate them to get a better understanding of this amazing yet dangerous tool known as the Internet.<br />
Here's a presentation to get your students safe online. I am sure this resource will be useful to you for the Safer Internet Day. <br />
It contains 24 slides with<br />
1. an introduction about the use of digital media<br />
2. the benefits of the new technologies<br />
3. the dangers involved in the use of technologies<br />
4. a video about cyberbullying<br />
5. a reflection about cyberbullying vs Freedom of Speech<br />
6. tips to use the Internet safely<br />
7. a mini quiz about several situations and what students would do in these situations.<br />
8. 4 possible challenges to engage your students actively to promote a safe use if the Internet<br />
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A unit plan starter.<br />
Students can use technology to document any area of interest ie scouts, car design, online fashion and turn this interest into a documentary, a website a marketing campaign.<br />
They may use any technology to promote their interest and share it with others in a showcase.<br />
This is a very popular unit.