Workshop: Using the Internet in the Classroom

Teacher Workshop

As teachers we are expected to do our best to ensure that our classrooms are safe, positive, and productive environments. Students and parents expect us to take steps to limit exposure to dangers of any kind.  In this workshop we:

  • Look at some of the measures you can take to maintain high levels of safety and security while integrating the internet into teaching and learning in your classroom.
  • Examine practical steps to maintain a safe learning environment when using the internet and social media in your classroom.
  • Share a few pointers on using online resources with pupils in the classroom, when setting homework or project work relying on internet resources, and when using technology to communicate with your class.
  • Demonstrate best practice when getting consent and permission for using social media with children.
  • Showcase resources and establish guidelines for using the internet and social media with your pupils.

Duration: 1 hour

Audience: School leaders, teachers.

Outcomes: Take practical steps to maintain a safe learning environment when using the internet and social media in your classroom.

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