Online Safety Education for years 3 to 6.
Bravehearts’ professionally developed online safety education program, CyberEcho, is designed specifically for children in years 3 to 6 to learn about communicating safely and respectfully online.
CyberEcho teaches students key strategies about staying safe online, covering everything from social networking through to protecting personal information and how to create a positive digital footprint.
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About CyberEcho: Online Safety Education program
Developed in partnership with Google Australia, The Australian Federal Police and aligned to the Australian National Curriculum, CyberEcho is a blended learning program for children aged 8-12 and is the leading education program in the country for the teaching of cyber-safety.
CyberEcho has been designed to be compatible across multiple devices, incorporating lessons both offline and online in a learning management system that allows for teacher-directed, interactive activities and online assessment that is managed by the classroom teacher.
Each lesson teaches children key strategies to help keep them safe online. CyberEcho aims to raise awareness of online safety issues as well as building and reinforcing skills, attitudes and behavioural traits for positive online interaction by addressing online relationships versus real-life relationships, social networking, online grooming, protecting personal information, mechanisms for reporting, communicating positively online and creating a positive digital footprint.
I am in awe of what you have achieved and your unrelenting passion. Every parent in Australia will owe you a great debt when your job is done.– Parent – Liz, Camp Hill Queensland