Safer Internet Day

Safer Internet Day

Poland

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 a​​​​​​​​​​​​​​bout being safe online. We programmed creatures and made stor​​​​​​​ies on studio.code.org

https://studio.code.org/c/815145112

https://studio.code.org/c/815474970​​​​​​​

  • 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;

Germany

Spain

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.


 TURKEY

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.