Be Internet Citizens

A free programme that equips teachers and youth workers with the tools to empower young people to be safe users of the web and encourage them to be positive voices online.

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Free teacher training around digital citizenship & e-safety – qualifies as CPD

Free PSHE accredited resources with ‘ready to deliver’ lesson plans

“This is the ideal resource, we’ll be using this forever. We have 240 girls aged 11 to 16 years whose lives can be changed positively from the programme. This will now be part of set form time lessons for many years to come.”

- Headteacher who attended one of our training sessions.

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ABOUT THE TRAINING

Beatfreeks, powered by Google.org, are delivering free e-safety training sessions for teachers and youth workers.

We welcome all educators who work with young people aged 13 – 15 years to join us at one of our online training events.

During our interactive webinar, our expert facilitators will deconstruct, and build your confidence in teaching, complex topics with a unique, fun first approach. ‘Be Internet Citizens’ covers topics such as fake news, biased writing, echo chambers, filter bubbles, emotional manipulation, scapegoating and us versus them mentality.

Taking part qualifies as Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for all teachers and youth workers. Each participant will come away with:

a copy of our PSHE accredited resources which includes five session plans
a copy of our supplementary resources suitable for remote teaching during the COVID – 19 pandemic

STAY SO FAR

Now in its third year, ‘Be Internet Citizens’ empowers young people to be safe and responsible whilst navigating their digital communities. Last year, the programme reached over 36,000 young people through 27 events and this year, it aims to go even further, moving online to reach more people.

FOR MORE INFORMATION,
CONTACT THE PROJECT MANAGER
AT BEATFREEKS

Contact with Tara Buckley