Cybersecurity: Protecting your personal information.
Digital Identity: Personal information you want others to see or know online.
Cyberbullying and Respectful Relationships Online: Keeping your friends and their information safe on social media.
Digital Discernment: The difference between genuine social media contacts and others.
Digital Balance: Interactions on social media vs. face to face.
- Understand how accents, styles of speech and idioms express and create personal and social identities (ACELA1529)
- Compare the ways that language and images are used to create character, and to influence emotions and opinions in different types of texts (ACELT1621)
- Analyse and explain the effect of technological innovations on texts, particularly media texts (ACELY1765)
- Acquire data from a range of sources and evaluate authenticity, accuracy and timeliness (ACTDIP025)
- Evaluate how student solutions and existing information systems meet needs, are innovative, and take account of future risks and sustainability (ACTDIP031)
- Practise and apply strategies to seek help for themselves or others (ACPPS072)
- Investigate and select strategies to promote health, safety and wellbeing (ACPPS073)
- Investigate the benefits of relationships and examine their impact on their own and others’ health and wellbeing (ACPPS074)
- 4.3.1- (Information technologies) applies a broad range of contemporary and appropriate tools, materials and techniques with competence in the development of design projects
- 4.4.1- explains the impact of innovation and emerging technologies on society and the environment
- Students consider the ethical, social and cultural implications when Communicating with ICT. They consider the perspectives of other users and communicate with respect. They are responsible and ethical users of ICT.
- Students recognise and respect the views and perspectives of other users and comply with the responsible and ethical use of ICT. They apply appropriate protocols when using ICT to safely create, communicate or share information with known and unknown audiences.
- Students identify current uses for and impacts of technology in society as well as recognising the rapidly evolving and dynamic nature of technology. They understand the ways in which technology is shaping the way society and workplaces function for example mobility, 24/7 access, global retailing and its possible implications for future use.
- Students identify ways to create strong passwords and understand the reasons computer programs struggle to crack these complex combinations. They also understand the implications when passwords are disclosed such as data theft, data changes, data loss and confidentiality breaches. Students understand the importance of regularly changing their passwords to help improve security.
- Students become aware of ways in which personal security could be threatened, for example, identity theft, location tracking, phishing and skimming and discuss strategies to protect their personal data and information.