The Office of the children's eSafety Commissioner is Australia's peak cyber-safety and digital citizenship educational authority providing access to high quality contemporary resources for teachers, parents and students.
bCyberwise explores cybersafety through animation, vox pops of children, relevant scenarios, discussion and problem solving. An interactive, student centred session on:
building positive relationships with online and offline friends
safe and respectful behaviour online
responsible behaviours when using communication technology
strategies for keeping personal information safe online
strategies to deal with face to face and cyberbullying
exploring the role of bystanders
ThinkYouKnow is a joint project between the Australian Federal Police, Microsoft and Datacom.
Hector and his friends enjoy playing computer games and chatting online. They use their computers, the internet and mobile phones the cybersmart way. Explore the online world with Hector and find out how to stay safe.
Zippep's Astro Circus
Zippep and his circus friends reinforce the concept of positive online behaviour, through a series of games aimed at children for 4-7 years of age
So you got naked
Have you or a friend sent a naked or sexual photo or video to someone and you regret it? What should you do?
Google Safety Centre
Learn about Google safety tools designed to help you manage the security and privacy of your personal data.
NetSafe is a series of 17 short animated videos about the Internet and Internet safety for K-12 students. The videos are labeled with grade levels.
Webonauts Internet Academy is a web original game for PBS KIDS GO! that gives kids 8- to 10-year-old an opportunity to have some fun while exploring what it means to be a citizen in a web-infused‚ information-rich world.
Your Sphere (Teachers and Parents) bridges the digital literacy gap between parents and children by providing how-tos, tools and information that empower parents to help their families have a happy and positive on-line experience.
Safe Schools Hub
The Safe Schools Hub is funded by the Australian Government Department of Education.
eBudd.e Cybersecurity Program for primary and secondary schools is provided by the Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy (Australia).
NSTEENS provides access to cybersafety education activities through on-line comics and animations.
YouTube hosts many educational videos that can be useful for teachers and parents in dealing with issues such as digital citizenship and cyber-safety. Take a look at CEO Parramatta's Cyberwise Awareness YouTube resources for Primary and Secondary Students.
CyberQuoll is designed for upper primary school students and support materials have been developed for teachers to use to help educate students about internet safety.
These online game-based activities have been created to provide interactive resources that educate children and teens about key cybersafety messages.
Build a strong digital footprint by being deadly in everything you say and do online.
On-line, on show
Think twice about sharing sexy pics. Show respect, Keep it private.
Free materials designed to empower students to think critically, behave safely, and participate responsibly in our digital world.
Download these colourful classroom posters from Common Sense to remind your students about digital citizenship and device care and maintenance.
Created by Catholic Dioceses of Broken Bay (NSW), Canberra-Goulburn (NSW/ACT), Lismore (NSW), Sandhurst (VIC) & Sydney (NSW) for and on behalf of Catholic Network Australia 2014