This survival kit is essential for me to deal with any unforeseen event that may happen in the classroom. More than once I have made use of these activities that I have as plan B to get out of the way to an internet crash for instance.
The other task of the week was creating a resource hub for parents in order to keep them aware of the drawbacks that surfing on the internet can suppose in a very early age and without parental control.
With a simple guide we can give them an approach of the basics of privacy and how to help children create a safe digital footprint.
I set up a web page with Google Sites called saftyonlinesurfers. It has a principal page with basic tips collected in an ifographic that I made with Canva and another two pages: Social networking and Surfing safety on the web.
Involving parents in school life is enriching, both for the school and for them, so we must take the first step in getting in touch and giving them guidance to manage behavior, the use of new technologies or other issues that may arise throughout the academic course.