At the BETT Show in London in January 2012, we ran a series of seminars on some of the key themes from the EXite programme.
Pervasive access to technology is transforming the way our young people communicate, learn, interact and find information, it is also making significant changes to how we teach, support young people and handle communications. This seminar looked at four key areas of e-safety in this ‘open’ world. Using direct experiences of colleagues in schools, this seminar looked at how to understand the impact of technology on the safeguarding agenda; being clear on the implications for learners, addressing the issues for staff and the key technical issues we should address. Hosted by Mike Briscoe and Paul Shoesmith, the session included a panel session in which participants explored the ideas and concepts presented.
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