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We promote safer more effective use of the internet by children and young people in Ireland.
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Webwise 18h
The 6 types of coronavirus misinformation to watch out for via
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Webwise 22h
📜This poster has useful tips about how to stay in control while online, steps to take if it happens to you or a loved one, and links to help and support. ➡️ For more:
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MediaLiteracyIreland Mar 31
Fake news in the time of coronavirus: how big is the threat? | Hugo Mercier
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Webwise Mar 31
You may have heard your kids talk about or over the past few weeks - what are they, why are the popular, and how do they work? The Webwise Explainer Guides are straightforward, jargon-free, guides to the most popular apps for Irish children and teens.
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TG4TV Mar 29
Stop ✋Smaoinigh 🤔Seiceáil ✅ Bíodh tuiscint agat ar na meáin:
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Jennifer Stack Mar 30
a vital resource to educate our students how to recognize , to think critically about what is shared online.. it’s a great resource for all ages. As Educators this is a resource we can share with all our students while remote teaching.
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Webwise Mar 31
Check out the great tips and posters from the SID Ambassadors in 👍
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Niall Larkin Mar 30
Visit the PDST Distance Learning page to find a selection of video tutorials from the Digital Technologies team. These videos show a range of online tools which can be used to support teaching, learning and assessment.
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Webwise Mar 30
These uncertain times have led to an understandable disruption to life at home, & while families have their own unique circumstances, many parents have similar concerns about their child’s use of technology. Here are a few simple steps to manage in the home.
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Webwise Mar 30
The best defense against false information is to think critically about what you are reading, hearing, or seeing. Module 2 of the resource looks at News, Information, and Problems of .
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PDST Tech in Ed Mar 30
Addition! The ‘Teaching Online’ course is now also available in another format, with discussion forums and certificate (enrolment needed). Access: on . @NAPD_ICT
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Webwise Mar 30
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No problem! Here is link also to download the Webwise Online Safety Tips for Parents poster/leaflet, which may be of use too: - thanks again, Team Webwise.
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Webwise Mar 30
Replying to @sarahjagger76
Hi Sarah, thanks for the inquiry. Here are links to advice around screen time on our website & , we don't have a poster for this, but hopefully the links will be of use. Please let us know if you need anything else. Team Webwise
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St. Colmans NS Mar 30
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ISPCC Childline Mar 25
Starting this Friday at 7pm , and bring you some of Ireland's biggest acts LIVE. Donate now on or text CHILDHOOD to 50300.
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INHOPE Mar 27
All our hotlines accept reports of child sexual abuse material. If you find CSAM online, don’t ignore it, . What is a report, and how do you make one? Find out:
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Webwise Mar 27
➡️ The "Teaching Internet Safety in the Classroom" online course from is open. ➡️ Increase your confidence, and skills, to raise awareness of online safety through the SPHE curriculum.
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Webwise Mar 26
One of the most effective ways to ensure that your child or teenager has a positive experience online is to have an open, and ongoing, conversation with them. Use our helpful talking points to help get that conversation started.
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Mark Little Mar 26
Wrote something about fighting the misinformation virus on the. Twitter and the good people at posted it here (alongside some very cool resources from very smart people)
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Twitter Dublin Mar 26
Being media smart is more important than ever. 1⃣Stop 2⃣Think 3⃣Check And check out our media and information literacy resource for educators 'Teaching & Learning with Twitter', co-authored with
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