Digital literacy resources

Digital literacy encompasses the knowledge and skills students need to: create, manage, communicate and investigate data, information and ideas; solve problems; and work collaboratively at school and in their lives beyond school.

Our eSmart team have developed a series of resources for teachers to implement within their classroom and to share with parents. These resources are designed for students in Foundation to Grade 4 and have been aligned to the Australian Curriculum using the digital literacy learning continuum. 

Term 2 resources

Managing digital wellbeing: What it feels like online
Managing digital wellbeing: Online and offline: is there a difference? 
Managing digital wellbeing: Bringing good vibes to the internet
Managing digital wellbeing: Protect your password 
Managing digital wellbeing: Protect your identity 
Managing digital wellbeing: Socialising safely 
Managing digital wellbeing: Four corners 
Managing digital wellbeing: Strategies to stop cyberbullying 
Managing digital wellbeing: Being courageous online 
Managing digital wellbeing: Keeping it private


Term 1 resources

Managing digital wellbeing: What do we look like on the internet?
Managing digital wellbeing: Should we just play video games all day?
Managing digital wellbeing: Keeping things balanced
Managing online privacy and safety: Open sesame and creating passwords
Managing online privacy and safety: Send me a pic
Collaborate and exchange: Think before you share
Collaborate and exchange: Digital detective
Communicate: Choose your audience
Managing digital identity: Keeping it private
Managing digital identity: Digital footprints and your child








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