Learning and Teaching

On this page you will find a range of resources which have been created by the project partner colleges. Please feel free to use and adapt them as you wish but please do acknowledge the EM E-Safety Project Team under Creative Commons Licence – please see our copyright page.

Smart Rules (Symbolised), plus Q&A sheet

Symbolised guidelines, covering some fundamentals of E-Safety. Also, matching scenario-based Q&A sheet.

Internet/Email Scenarios

Outlines 12 tricky situations which sometimes arise while using technology and the Internet. Ideal as a starting point for discussions.

E-Safety Workbook – Level 2

Questions on general e-Safety matters, with a second section dedicated to Cyberbullying.

Being Safe On-Line

This is an interactive Xerte learning object that learners may want to use independently (it is on the Student Technology page) or they may need some support or you may like to use it as part of a group activity).

You may also like to look at the Xerte Demo and start to think about creating your own accessible learning objects.

Cyberman Interactive PowerPoint Quiz

Cyberman is a simple Powerpoint interactive quiz which can be adapted to be used by learners as an introduction to e-safety and acceptable computer use. Photos should be replaced with a suitable photos for your own setting.

QCF Accredited Course

This document sets out a range of accredited E-Safety courses. There is a restricted choice at Entry Level. At Levels 1 and 2 there are specific qualifications.

What if?

What If? thumbnail

What if? is a set of three PowerPoint slideshows for LLDD learners depicting scenarios of false identity and deceit which could be encountered when using Internet chat and social networking sites. Please refer to the documentation, which includes guidance notes and some activity questionnaires.

Student videos

Have a look at the five videos below. Think about how you can work with learners to make their own e-Safety video. Learners could use their list of rules as a basis, or they can use it as a springboard to create their own rules.

Internet chat safety video by students at Homefield College