“The SNFCC Students’ Agora in the Classroom: Basic Principles of Digital Security” for high school teachers
One in three teenagers have been subjected to online harassment, while one in four regularly accept friend requests from strangers, according to a survey conducted by the Foundation for Research & Technology - Hellas (FORTH) SaferInternet4Kids.
70% of children use social networks at an inappropriate age, and one in three primary school students do not know how to report or block someone on the internet.
Online security is one of the most critical issues for the younger generation, which grows up in an online environment quite often without any guidance. Using the Ministry of Education-approved “safe navigation manuals” for each level of education, the online workshop aims to provide teachers with the tools and methods necessary to teach the basic principles of digital safety within the context of a school classroom.
Through recommended experiential activities, exercises, videos, and infographics, students learn how to safely navigate the web.
The online meeting will take place on:
Tuesday 23/11 | 18:30
Free participation; preregistration required
Preregistration starts on Tuesday 16/11 at 12.00
The link to the Zoom meeting will be sent to you from email@example.com
For group bookings by schools or secondary education offices, please contact us online at firstname.lastname@example.org
Design - Implementation: Katerina Psaroudaki / Marieva Karkanaki, Dissemination Specialists at Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas (FORTH) (SaferInternet4Kids.gr)
Workshop Coordination: Evi Kaisari: SNFCC School Visits Program Officer