Concept 3: Share an activity idea or classroom resource that you have found online or created yourself that involves primary students exploring private and public information sharing. It could be a video, lesson plan, storybook, song or anything else!
The YouTube video that was included in the ‘Primary Years Classroom Activities’ component would be highly useful to introduce private and personal information sharing to a variety of primary ages. The video could be used as an introduction activity to lead into more explicit teaching, learning and investigation about public and private information sharing.
At the end of the video it asks, ‘What information do you share online?’
This question may be used as a prompt for class discussion and brainstorming of what we do share online.
Utilising the Australian Computing Academy’s cyber security card game allows students to categories different forms of information sharing into ‘okay to share’, ‘share with caution’ or ‘should not be shared’. These cards are a highly useful tool to create tangibility to the abstract concept of online sharing. Additionally, students may agree or disagree on certain concepts of online sharing, creating teachable moments for class debate.
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