Class 2 : Digital World

Course Objectives Structure: Use short, interactive activities (10-15 minutes each) with engaging stories, songs, games, and visuals. Aim for 2-3 activities ... Show more
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  • Structure: Use short, interactive activities (10-15 minutes each) with engaging stories, songs, games, and visuals. Aim for 2-3 activities per week.
  • Delivery: Present the information in a way that is age-appropriate, avoiding technical jargon or complex concepts. Focus on real-life scenarios and relatable characters.
  • Goals: Each activity should reinforce a specific safety concept and encourage positive online behavior.

Example Topics (adapt and expand as needed):

Chapter 1: Introduction to Digital World

  • Explore different devices we use online (computers, tablets, phones).
  • Act out a story about safe and unsafe online activities.
  • Create a “Do’s and Don’ts” chart for using devices.

Chapter 2: Passwords and Secrets

  • Learn the importance of strong passwords (easy to remember, hard to guess).
  • Explain why sharing passwords is risky with a fun guessing game.
  • Practice keeping secrets safe using imaginary scenarios.

Chapter 3: Online Friends and Strangers

  • Differentiate between online friends and strangers (use real-life analogies).
  • Role-play how to react to messages from strangers.
  • Create a “Friends Online” safety pledge together.

Chapter 4: Privacy and Sharing

  • Understand the concept of privacy (what information is okay to share, what isn’t).
  • Act out a scenario where someone overshares personal information.
  • Create a “Think Before You Post” checklist for online sharing.

Chapter 5: Cyberbullying and Kindness

  • Explain what cyberbullying is and why it’s harmful.
  • Discuss the importance of online kindness and respect.
  • Create a “Be Kind Online” pledge with positive behaviors.

Chapter 6: Staying Safe on Websites

  • Learn how to identify safe and unsafe websites (visual cues, trusted sources).
  • Play a game where children navigate a webpage, identifying potential risks.
  • Discuss the importance of asking adults for help before visiting new websites.

Chapter 7: Downloading and Apps

  • Explain the risks of downloading unknown files or apps.
  • Role-play a scenario where someone accidentally downloads malware.
  • Create a “Safe Downloading” rule with adult supervision emphasized.

Chapter 8: Protecting Information from Scams

  • Introduce the concept of scams (tricking people for money or information).
  • Act out a phishing scam scenario and how to identify red flags.
  • Practice saying “No” to suspicious online requests.

Chapter 9: Using Technology Responsibly

  • Discuss responsible screen time habits and healthy alternatives.
  • Create a “Tech Balance” chart with time limits and activity options.
  • Encourage open communication with adults about online concerns.

Chapter 10: Celebrating Digital Citizenship

  • Review learned safety concepts and celebrate responsible online behavior.
  • Create digital citizenship badges or awards for demonstrating safe practices.
  • Organize a class activity promoting online kindness and responsible technology use.
Course details
Lectures 5


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Monday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Tuesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Wednesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Thursday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Friday 9:30 am - 5.00 pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Class 2 : Digital World