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Course learning outcomes
At the completion of this course, you should be able to:
- identify areas within the curriculum where you can introduce e-safety learning activities
- reflect on, and discuss, the impact on e-safety of the use of technology to support learning
- select appropriate resources for the teaching of aspects of e-safety
- give advice on e-safety to pupils, fellow staff and parents
- share your learning with others in your field
- reflect on the importance of e-safety and how it fits into a whole-school approach to safeguarding.
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- 12 hours study
- Level 0: Beginner
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