Cyber Safety | Cyber Experts | online pornography | violence | respectful relationships

Should education for respectful relationships be mandatory in Australian schools?

Should education for respectful relationships be mandatory in Australian schools?

 
Cyber Safety | Cyber Experts | sleep | smartphone | sleep deprivation
What's keeping your students up at night?

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Cyber Safety | Cyber Experts | digital citizenship | smartphone
Beyond cyber safety

Digital citizenship starts with safety - but it doesn’t end there.

 
Cyber Safety | Cyber Experts | classroom management | smartphone | distraction | phone ban
Are phone bans educationally sound?

Phone bans at school simply don’t work, many educators argue. And isn’t the whole idea counterproductive in today’s digital age?

 
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Six ways students are hacking your firewall

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Cyber Safety | Cyber Experts | digital citizenship | classroom management | screens in school | partner school program
Family Zone Classroom: Your superpower for managing student internet

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Cyber Safety | Cyber Experts | online gaming | Fortnite | primary school | krunker
'Krunker' has landed. How will your school defend itself?

Move over Fortnite. There’s a new free-for-all game that’s blowing up in schools and homes all over Australia. Think Call of Duty-style first-person shooter with a Roblox-like aesthetic that anybody can play free in their browser, on ...

 
Mobile Apps | Cyber Safety | Cyber Experts | Social Media | online pornography | classroom management | hate speech
Where do your students really go when they go online?

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Cyber Safety | Cyber Experts | Social Media | smartphones | wellbeing | mental health | primary school
Mental health crisis in primary years linked to screen-time, social media

Primary school kids as young as five are self-harming, acting out and suffering from mood disorders at unheard-of rates - and social media and smartphones are being identified as a major contributing factor.

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