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Safer internet Lidija Kralj

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  1. 1. Children's safety on the Internet - development of the school curriculum Lidija Kralj, teacher & project manager OŠ Veliki Bukovec, Croatia Project IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 financed by European Union from European Social Fund
  2. 2. Generations X, Y, Z,… • should get prepared for everyday interaction with information and communication technology (ICT). • Council of the European Union included digital competence in key competencies which each person needs to possess in order to adapt to the rapidly changing world. • along with knowledge and skills, include critical attitude toward the responsible use of ICT. Project IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 financed by European Union from European Social Fund
  3. 3. Currently in Croatia • Not even the minimum of children's knowledge about appropriate and safe use of internet is obligatory • Only few Croatian schools has developed an acceptable use policy regarding the use of ICT and mobile devices in schools Project IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 financed by European Union from European Social Fund
  4. 4. UNICEF research in Croatia, 2011 • 85% of children have Internet access at home, • favorite activities on the Internet are seeking entertainment, communication with friends, • use of social networking sites • while using the internet for research and learning are less frequent • 34% of children experienced some form of electronic violence Project IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 financed by European Union from European Social Fund
  5. 5. EU Kids online, 2011 • average age of first internet use is seven, • 93% of children aged 9 - 16 use internet daily or several times a week • 55% of them have public profiles with personal information published on social networks. • 12% of European children say that they have been bothered or upset by something on the internet. Project IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 financed by European Union from European Social Fund
  6. 6. Our obligations • Children should be prepared to use computers and the Internet, • get advice appropriate to their age, with emphasis on visibility and public availability of their personal information on the Internet, various nasty, malicious and harmful effects which happen in online communication • while encouraging creativity and lifelong learning through the exploration and learning through the Internet. Project IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 financed by European Union from European Social Fund
  7. 7. Project Children's safety on the Internet • 16-month European Union-funded project • Beneficiary : OŠ Veliki Bukovec • Partners: • OŠ „Mato Lovrak” from Nova Gradiška, • OŠ Popovača, • OŠ Gripe from Split, • OŠ „Mladost” from Osijek Project IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 financed by European Union from European Social Fund
  8. 8. Associates • Hrvatska akademska i istraživačka mreža, CARNet • Agencija za odgoj i obrazovanje • Agencija za zaštitu osobnih podataka • Udruga „Suradnici u učenju” • Brodsko-posavska županija • Općine Veliki i Mali Bukovec • Gradska i sveučilišna knjižnica Osijek • Grad i Turistički ured Nova Gradiška Project IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 financed by European Union from European Social Fund
  9. 9. •Take place in Croatia August 2013 - December 2014. •Budget: 326.059,60 € •Target groups: • directly - 220 students, 220 parents, 200 teachers • indirectly – 2700 students and parents, 2500 teachers Project IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 financed by European Union from European Social Fund
  10. 10. The project objectives are: • to develop learning outcome-based (Croatian Qualifications Framework) school curriculum area for children's safety on the Internet which will enable holistic approach involving students, parents and teachers on the same goal; • to develop and implement appropriate pedagogical and didactical model for student centered learning which will make the most of teachers' potentials and new technology strength; Project IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 financed by European Union from European Social Fund
  11. 11. The project objectives are: • to improve primary school teachers’ educational skills and expertise so they could apply the new methodologies for student centered learning and principles of CROQF in their work; • to improve students’ digital competences and encourage children to assume responsibility for their own safety as much as possible with focus¸on empowerment, emphasizing responsible behavior and digital citizenship; • to raise students, teachers, parents and general public awareness and understanding of issues relating to the children’s safety online in synergy with the EU policies. Project IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 financed by European Union from European Social Fund
  12. 12. Project phases • First 6 months - Research phase - pedagogical team of teachers • Next 6 months - Development phase - all teachers are trained in 5 workshops - cascade training - Pedagogical team work on development and publishing of school curriculum area • 2 months - Testing and improvement phase • Last 2 months - Dissemination phase Project IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 financed by European Union from European Social Fund
  13. 13. Research phase • Pedagogical team individually & • 2 study visits - Belgium - Insafe and European Schoolnet, • United Kingdom, to schools which have perennial experience in development of school curriculum and implementation of topics about e-safety in teaching ICT and other subjects and acceptable use policies implemented. • 2 workshops (Plitvička jezera and Đurđevac) related to e- safety, EU policies and strategies, curriculum development, determining learning outcomes and learner-centered educational methods and strategies for curriculum development. Project IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 financed by European Union from European Social Fund
  14. 14. Insafe, European Schoolnet, Brisel • esafety & Kids – Veronica Donoso • esafety label – Sylvia Hartinger • esafety policy at an EU level – Janice Richardson • Legal aspects of esafety – Ellen Stassart • Resources and youth participation – Anni Siltanen • Future Classroom Lab – Benjamin Hertz Projekt IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 Sufinancira Europska unija iz Europskog socijalnog fonda
  15. 15. Projekt IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 Sufinancira Europska unija iz Europskog socijalnog fonda
  16. 16. UK schools - London & Bradford • Royal Masonic School • The Innovation Centres • Greengates Primary School • Bankfoot Primary School • Samuel Lister Academy • Digital Professionalism workshop • 360 e-safety tool • National Media museum Projekt IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 Sufinancira Europska unija iz Europskog socijalnog fonda
  17. 17. Projekt IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 Sufinancira Europska unija iz Europskog socijalnog fonda
  18. 18. First workshop - Plitvička jezera •e-safety, EU policies and strategies, curriculum development •Karl Hopwood, UK •Igor Smud, CARNet •Renata Ivanković, CARNet •Gordana Sokol, Suradnici u učenju •Igor Vulje, AZOP Projekt IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 Sufinancira Europska unija iz Europskog socijalnog fonda
  19. 19. Projekt IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 Sufinancira Europska unija iz Europskog socijalnog fonda
  20. 20. Second workshop - Đurđevac • curriculum development, • determining learning outcomes • learner-centered educational methods • planned strategies for curriculum development • Slavko Petrinšak, UF, Osijek • Željka Knezović i Viktorija Hržica, AZOO Projekt IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 Sufinancira Europska unija iz Europskog socijalnog fonda
  21. 21. Projekt IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 Sufinancira Europska unija iz Europskog socijalnog fonda
  22. 22. Mobile learning lab •Set for each school •Interactive whiteboard (Hitachi Starboard) •24 tablet computers (Acer Iconia W510) •Use in any classrom or outside •For students aged 7 – 14 (touch & type) •Windows 8.1 + Office 2013 Project IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 financed by European Union from European Social Fund
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  33. 33. School curriculum • four courses addressing one of four age groups in primary schools: • students aged 7-8, • 9-10, • 11-12 • and 13-14. • to enable the creation of age appropriate contents and methods in balance with available resources for this project. Project IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 financed by European Union from European Social Fund
  34. 34. Sets of teaching/learning materials •Textbooks for students, •Multimedia resources, •Teachers' guides •Guides for parents. •Digital versions freely available on petzanet.HR Project IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 financed by European Union from European Social Fund
  35. 35. Age & knowledge appropriate •Learning objects in form of text, hypertext, pictures, animated stories, videos, audios, computer games, social games, coloring pages, photos, interactive quizzes, learning quests. •Colorful characters - unique and recognizable multimedia representations. •Responsive design Project IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 financed by European Union from European Social Fund
  36. 36. School curriculum area for children's safety on the Internet • vertically adjusted in five units: • Information, • Communication, • Content creation, • Safety, • Problem solving • as recommended in EU Framework for Developing and Understanding Digital Competence in Europe. Project IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 financed by European Union from European Social Fund
  37. 37. Some of the topics • personal data protection, e-mail phishing and scams, netiquette, • online communication and collaboration, risks on social networks, responsible use of mobile devices, • sharing and authoring rights, identity theft, digital footprints, e-portfolios and online presence, • evaluation of information on the Internet, how to protect computer and family, • prevention of cyberbullying. Project IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 financed by European Union from European Social Fund
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  51. 51. Testing and evaluation • School curriculum would be tested and evaluated by two sides - schools which take part in project and external advisors. • Pilot testing will be performed with 220 students and 220 parents - 2 classes from each participating schools. • After feedback and recommendations, school curriculum would be adjusted and prepared for publication and further implementation Project IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 financed by European Union from European Social Fund
  52. 52. International support Project IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 financed by European Union from European Social Fund
  53. 53. Awareness raising campaign •workshops, exhibitions, lectures, interactive round tables, articles, radio and TV shows •on local, regional and national level •Connecting schools with local community Project IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 financed by European Union from European Social Fund
  54. 54. Impact •5 schools implemented curriculum •2700 students •2700 parents •218 teachers trained •2500 teachers in 5 counties •planed  Project IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 financed by European Union from European Social Fund
  55. 55. The long-term project objective •reach every single primary school in Croatia through different national seminars and online publication. •Awareness raising campaign will set model to help other schools in establishing connection between school and local community on common goal of protecting children on the Internet. Project IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 financed by European Union from European Social Fund
  56. 56. Projekt IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 financed by European Union from European Social Fund
  57. 57. petzanet.HR Lidija.Kralj@skole.hr @LidijaKralj Project IPA IPA4.1.3.1.06.01.c07 financed by European Union from European Social Fund

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