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Be Internet Awesome – Interland

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InterlandInterland, be Internet Awesome is a new game created by Google to teach children digital safety.

” Interland is an adventure-packed online game that makes learning about digital safety and citizenship interactive and fun—just like the Internet itself. Here, kids will help their fellow Internauts combat badly behaved hackers, phishers, oversharers, and bullies by practicing the skills they need to be good digital citizens.”(Interland)

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Pokémon Go for Parents and Teachers

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Pokémon Go for Parents and TeachersPokémon Go for Parents and Teachers is a set of links to help adults understand problems that may arise with the game.

 

The video below demonstrates what Pokémon Go is for anyone who has not seen it already. It is easy to see how there could be problems just from seeing the game play video. The game ...

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Bonfire Night Resources

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1-bonfire-night-361590Remember, Remember, the fifth of November… Bonfire night is coming up soon, so here are a few Bonfire Night resources. These are extra activities to the ones shared in previous years.

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The BBC has a Bonfire Night Game where learners can test their knowledge about the events of that night! This is setting the scene in a ...

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Code Kingdoms Teaches Code through Gaming

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Code Kingdoms teach code through a gameCode Kingdoms  teaches code through gaming! The application is designed to help children to learn how to code by teaching JavaScript, little by little, through gaming. The company aims to teach children aged between six and 13 the basics of computer science and programming through the JavaScript they encounter and use in the games they build and  uses ...

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ShareTakeCare a Digital Footprint Game

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ShareTakeCare  is a digital footprint game for over 13s but it also could be used with with younger pupils on an IWB.  The idea is that pupils can decide what is good and what is bad about Facebook.  It has the potential to open up a lot of discussion in the classroom about protecting one’s digital footprint.

To play the game pupils have to decide whether it would be appropriate to un-tag a photograph / post that would not ...

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