Our Digital Workshops
Designed in 15-minute parts, these workshops include engaging achievement badges and comprehensive teaching guides to support all learners.
Keeping my information private online
- Part 1 focuses on learning how to create safe passwords.
- Part 2 explores how information can be compromised by hackers and how to ensure safety online.
Staying safe on games and apps
- Part 1 helps students navigate pop-ups, in-app purchases and chatting online.
- Part 2 looks at the viral nature of social media and how to safeguard personal information on games and apps.
Cyberbullying and Respectful Relationships
- Part 1 supports students to understand behaviours that are respectful and those that are not.
- Part 2 explores online behaviours relating to cyberbullying, where to get help if they or someone they know are being bullied.
Protecting your personal information
- Part 1 supports students to learn what personal information is, and actions to take to protect themselves from identity theft and scams.
- Part 2 provides further learning on scams, the dangers of over-sharing, and what to do if their social media account or gaming account has been hacked.
Students can work through quizzes and activities at their own pace, supported by teachers or peers to put their learnings into practice.
Years 5-8 workshop topics
Cyber Security (Years 5-8): Students explore how our personal security can be compromised online and the steps we can take to ensure our safety.
Cyberbullying and Respectful Relationships Online (Years 7-8): Students practice techniques to maintain respectful online. Understand the social and legal impacts of cyberbullying, image-based abuse, sexting and how to seek help.
Digital Discernment (Years 7-8): Discover how to check for reliability when accessing online resources and understand that not everything online is a true representation of reality.
Digital Identity (Years 7-8): Students explore their own and others’ online brands and identify differences in the way these relate to real life.
Digital Balance (Years 7-8): Students examine their own online habits and explore how restoring and maintaining a balance between the online and offline spaces can support them in their lives.
Protecting Your Personal Information (Years 7-8): Support students to learn what personal information is, and actions to take to protect themselves from identity theft and scams.