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Young people in the 21st Century
Parents in the 21st Century
Key competencies in the digital age
Cybersafety at home
Online safety issues
Managing online safety at home
Managing the issues
Protecting self and others
Interacting with others
Communicating via cellphones
Protecting your Facebook identity
Respecting intellectual property
Access, censorship and Internet filtering
Resources for parents and educators
Useful sites for younger kids
Useful sites for older kids
Key competencies in a digital age
Schools are committed to ensuring we teach our children to become moral, ethical and responsible citizens in the 21st Century. At the heart of the New Zealand Curriculum are the principles and values that guide a school's vision for learning. Each school has a special culture and a unique perspective that reflects the local community, but all-in-all educators are passionate about empowering our young people to be
"confident, connected, actively involved, life-long learners."
Below outlines a summary of the Key Competencies to help our young people to.
"...live, learn, work, and contribute as active members of their communities."
These are stickies also show how the Key Competencies might look when working online.
Key Competencies online
ICT PD blogging seminar
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