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Digital Wellbeing (14-16)

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Ages

14–16

Duration

Short (1-4 activities)

Nation

England

Related calendar events

Safer Internet Day
9 February

Using the short film #Tagged, this resource helps students to explore issues 

This resource is accompanied by a PowerPoint presentation and activity sheets to support learners in class or at home.

Physical Health and Mental Wellbeing: Secondary

  • Students should know their rights, responsibilities and opportunities online, including that the same expectations of behaviour apply in all contexts,including online.
  • About online risks, including that any material one person provides to another has the potential to be shared online and the difficulty of removing potentially compromising material placed online.

  • The characteristics of positive and healthy friendships (in all contexts, including online) including: trust, respect, honesty, kindness, generosity, boundaries, privacy, consent and themanagement of conflict, reconciliation and ending relationships.

 

Learning Outcomes

• To consider how camera framing can play a key role in storytelling
• To understand that the way things are presented online may not reflect how they are in reality
• To discuss the importance of trust in relationships and behaviours which can undermine this trust.

This resource includes

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Respecting Yourself: Social Media Expectations vs Reality (14-16) Tagged

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Respecting Yourself: Social Media Expectations vs Reality (14-16).pptx

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This Resource Supports

  • Media Literacy
  • Relationships and Sex Education
  • Physical Health and Mental Wellbeing
  • PSHE Education

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