After registering, schools undertake an audit of their current practices to identify areas of the framework they are currently addressing and the gaps that need to be addressed.
Schools will then be guided through a series of planning and implementing activities. Once these activities have been completed and evidence provided, schools will achieve eSmart status.
eSmart Membership is available exclusively to those schools who have achieved eSmart Status and completed the original eSmart framework*.
Becoming an eSmart Member provides a mechanism for schools to continue to enrich and enhance its eSmart practices and stay on the forefront of online safety.
Your school will maintain access to the eSmart Schools expert support and online system tool that houses a new eight action checklist based on the evidence based eSmart Schools framework, exclusive best practice resources. In addition eSmart Member schools will have access to benefits that include discounts on workshops and professional development.
eSmart Schools provides a framework that guides the introduction of policies, practices and whole-school change processes to support the creation of a cyber safe or eSmart environment.Read More >
The eSmart system guides the whole school community through a process of developing and implementing change.Read More >
The eSmart System Tool is designed for you to record, track and report to your progress in becoming eSmart to your school community.Read More >
Celebrating cyber safety and digital inclusion - 5 to 9 September 2016.Read More >
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