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Our Children Online home page

Page history last edited by Catherine Cronin 10 years, 4 months ago

Our Children Online is a workshop created by and for parents -- to help our children to use the internet safely & responsibly. 


For the past 5 years, I have collaborated with other parents and teachers to offer workshops on online safety and digital citizenship at local primary and secondary schools. The material posted here was created for a series of Our Children Online workshops for parents of primary school children (St. Joseph's National School, Kinvara, Co. Galway, Ireland). After the workshop, the material was posted to the school website, and now to this wiki in order to share the resources more widely.


The materials posted here can be used by parents and/or educators, for children at primary or secondary level. You may adapt and use the materials to suit your own group and circumstances, but please use the Creative Commons Attribution license (see below).


Running a Workshop contains all of the resources needed to run online safety workshops for parents.

Links to Online Safety & Digital Citizenship Resources will be useful to anyone interested in learning more, and staying informed, about e-safety and digital citizenship.


Finally, please leave a comment here in the wiki to share your feedback and ideas.  

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Thank you,

Catherine Cronin

15 September 2010 (updated 21 March 2011)


Running a Workshop

Links to Online Safety & Digital Citizenship Resources


Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.


Thanks to Anne O'Connor, Aisling Murray and Shirley Connolly for their ideas and support in running these workshops over the past few years.





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