Is it possible to remove something from the internet? - An interactive lesson on digital permanence
In support of Safer Internet Day 2018 which takes place on Tuesday 6th February, Azoomee, the safe entertainment app for primary aged children, have created five free classroom resources to help teachers cover e-safety in schools. The lessons are planned around episodes from our BAFTA-nominated online safety series Search it Up. 

There are five free resources available on TES:

Lesson 1: Be kind online (video, lesson plan & activity sheet)
Lesson 2: Things Spread Quickly Online (video & lesson plan)
Lesson 3: What is online bullying? (video, lesson plans & activity sheets)
Lesson 4: Removing things from the internet (video & lesson plan)
Lesson 5: Are you spending too much time online? (x2 videos & lesson plan)

This is lesson 4: Is it possible to remove something from the internet? - An interactive lesson exploring digital permanence

Learning Objective:
To be able to explain digital permanence and talk about how hard it is to remove something from the Internet once you put it out there.

Success Criteria:
I can talk about how actions online can have consequences now and in the future
I can understand that actions online leave digital footprints and that erasing an action does not mean it is completely gone from the Internet
I can think critically about my actions online for future contexts

You can find further information at:


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Created: Jan 31, 2018

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