Workshop Session A 11.45 – 12.45pm
|No.||Presenter||Workshop Title & Description|
Northern Grid for Learning
|ISRU for students with Additional Support Needs: Safeguarding for All
This session will explore some of the ways in which young people with additional support needs can be both empowered and more vulnerable in the online world of social media. During the session delegates will have the opportunity to share experiences and strategies for supporting vulnerable young adults.
Health Promoting Schools Manager,
|Local Education Authority Approach to Internet Safety and Responsible Use
The Highland model for E-Safety has been developed to cover a large geographical area, a large workforce and be as sustainable as possible. Louise Jones, presents the key components of the strategy as it evolved, the challenges, the benefits and the thinking for the future.
PT Guidance, Perth High School
|Where do we start?
This workshop will describe how a school programme on Internet Safety gradually developed into an Authority wide project. It will describe the main elements of the school’s programme and explain how it was rolled out to all schools involving the training of around 400 staff. There will be opportunities for questions and discussion on how such a process might be applied in different settings.
|National Qualifications in Internet Safety and Online Child Protection
This workshop will describe the qualifications available in Scotland (and the UK) relating to Internet safety and online child protection. It will focus on two specific awards: (1) the Internet Safety qualification, designed for young people at school to learn how to use the Internet safely; and (2) the Professional Development Award in Online Protection & Safeguarding of Children, designed for professionals who work with children. The workshop will describe the contents of these qualifications, the target groups, the support materials available to centre’s, and how to get your centre involved in their delivery or undertake them yourself.
Social and Educational Technologist
|Practical strategies for combating cyberbullying:
Following her keynote, this workshop will explore the issues surrounding cyberbullying in education in greater depth. Attendees will be invited to discuss and explore the practical, achievable steps their organisations and communities can take in understanding, preventing and responding to cyberbullying.
Education Officer, Midlothian Council
|Engaging with Parents
With the high profile press coverage of online predators, you would think that parents would be flocking to listen to those that could help youngsters stay safe online. Teachers, Police Officers and others are engaging with parents but attendance at events is often too low. How do we improve contact with parents and carers and how do we support them to keep their youngsters safer online.