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84% of eSmart coordinators implemented new policies, often with input of students
80% of principals say eSmart has changed school-wide culture and behaviour with regard to cybersafety, technology and bullying
85% of teachers in eSmart schools incorporated new practices about cybersafety into their classroom teaching
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Published for the December 2015 edition of eSmart Libraries newsletter. Whether you’re an eSmart school or library keeping the cybersafety resources and tools you use up to date is important. We have collated this list of resources to help you. Web and downloadable resources For presentations and discussion starters visit…
Cybersafety in the news Comment: How companies use your kids online to flog products via Sunshine Coast Daily It’s simple really, some things just don’t change – if a popular teen is seen wearing something then everyone thinks it’s cool and wants it. So why wouldn’t you as a business…