Details about the session and registration

Privacy Awareness Week runs from the 15 - 21 May this year.
Schools are encouraged to highlight the issues and actions that students can take to protect their own personal information and that of others. 
One activity that teachers might like to undertake is participating in the following session/s.
Teachers who register their class will be sent a link to join the session and further information to help them set up on the day. 

Using online spaces and social media, students often don't consider where and with whom they might be sharing their personal information.

The eSafety Commission team and the Digital Learning team are presenting two sessions and teachers are encouraged to sign their classes up to the one or both.
Audience: Years 4, 5 & 6

Session One - Monday 15 May 10-10.40 am   

Session Two - Monday 15 May 2:00 - 2.40 pm

The presentation will assist students to:

  * be aware of some of the latest scams
  * report a scam, unwanted contact and cybercrime
  * think before they place their own and other’s personal information online
  * check settings to secure information as safely and privately as possible
  * use and control strong passwords.

With the help of classroom teachers, the presentation will feature interactive questions and answers.
Students are encouraged to use personal devices with a partner or in small groups through out the session. Teachers will be advised of a student Todaysmeet address on the day. 

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* 1. Teacher's name (first name, surname)

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* 2. School Name

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* 3. Email address (must be your edumail/school/organisation email address, e.g.;
Please take care or we wont be able to send you the link if we don't have your correct email address.

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* 4. Which session are you attending? 

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* 5. How many teachers will attend the session?

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* 6. How many students will attend the session?

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* 7. Is this your first webinar?

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