Author: Juan Luis García
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The game ”You want to be a millionaire”
This year, students from bilingual classes – seventh and eighth grade celebrated Safer Internet Day this way:
- We were ambassadors of that day, so we needed identification tags;
- Our main task was to prepare a survey and ask questions to students and teachers in our school. We were given a QR Code which simplified our task.
- We prepared dialogues about being safe online. We programmed creatures and made stories on studio.code.org
- Also, students had to write on pieces of paper ideas on the topic of how to be safe online. This is what students wrote:
- Don’t tell people you meet in the Internet your address, passwords, personal data;
- Use strong passwords;
- Use antivirus software;
- Be careful what you’re downloading;
- Remember to do not use unsecured sites;
- Don’t click on unknown links and attachments in emails;
Centro Sagrada Familia (Spain) has taken part in the celebration of this year’s Safer Internet Day (SID) under the slogan “Together for a better internet”. Our students have made what we have called Cyberlollies, a series of 3 to 4 square images promoting a range of topics from risks on the Internet (cyberbullying, grooming, etc.) to positive communication on line.
Our students prepared a bulletin board about Internet Safety. They found and printed out documents and prepared a board in the entrance of the school. They warned their friends about using Internet safely. Some of our students made presentations in the classrooms.
- To develop and help others develop a better understanding and safer use of the internet and social media.
- To use digital tools to empower students’ learning and transform schools.
- to increase learning motivation for the students
- to develop teamwork skills our students and staff
- to build character, values of fairness and respect and increase the self-esteem of our students
- to identify, share and build on examples of best practice in raising attainment
- to enhance teaching and learning by demonstrating pro-active teaching methods
- to develop language and communication skills
- to address on-going relevant professional development in ICT/ programming skills using
- transnational expertise and facilities
- to improve skills in the use of the eTwinning platform to facilitate better communication and
- collaboration for students and teachers alike
- to celebrate achievement not only in our schools but also in the wider local community
- to further enhance links with partner schools and institutes across Europe.
- to compare and contrast school methods in order to show our students and staff that we live in a different country but we have a common aim.