At the start of August, we launched the eSmart Membership online community – eSmart Community. It is a new place for schools to network with Member schools around Australia and share how they are continuing to maintain eSmart best practice.
You can learn from your peers how they are remaining focused on creating environments where young people are supported to know how to behave online, as well as hear more about what other schools are doing to reduce the opportunities of online and offline bullying and anti-social behaviours.
There are participatory discussions around the six new Focus Areas as part of the review process all member schools should undertake. Also, access industry and school-based resources created to support staff, parents and students in learning how to stay safe online.
eSmart Community is open for any staff member interested in networking with other professionals from eSmart Membership schools. Visit the eSmart Community page to sign up.
Offering parents and children a specific “length of time” to spend on screens or playing games is not as beneficial as providing strategies and approaches to develop healthy gaming habits.Read More >
It’s Scam Awareness Week, and as we work to keep the community safe online through our eSmart programs, it made us wonder - where did this all start and how do these scammers keep biting us?Read More >
Students from Grade 4 and 5 at eSmart School Kerang South Primary in Victoria, have come together to create this fantastic video about cybersafety and using social media responsibly.Read More >
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