eSafety Champions

eSafety Label+: Become the next eSafety Champion

eSafety Label+ logoeSafety Label+: Become the next eSafety Champion’ is an Erasmus+ project aiming to mobilise and foster the exchange of knowledge and best practices among a wide community of European teachers and other school actors to better equip schools for a safe and responsible digital future.

Register now for the Become the next eSafety Champion MOOC!

Education professionals interested in creating an online safety strategy tailored to their school’s needs are invited to register for the “Become the Next eSafety Champion” MOOC. This free online course, starting on Monday, 21 October 2019, will help participants reflect on the importance of appropriate eSafety policies in schools, identify the eSafety risks and challenges their school and students may face and support them in implementing a whole-school approach to online safety.

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eSafety Label+ MOOC

eSafety Label+ Champion materials now published!

In case you’ve missed it, a series of new online safety resources created by teachers for teachers have been launched on the eSafety Label website on Safer Internet Day 2019.

Our eSafety Label + Champions have produced and published a series of new online safety resources for teachers, touching upon themes such as data protection, media literacy or cyberbullying. These educational resources, created by teachers, for teachers include suggestions for lessons plans, materials to be used with the pupils, self-assessment forms and guidance sheets. Their aim is to inspire and engage teachers and pupils to have more discussions about online safety in their schools. Available English, Portuguese, Greek or Czech.

 

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eSafety Label+ ambassadors

Research report: Mapping online safety needs and priorities in education

The first output of the eSafety Label+ project has just been published. The report "Mapping online safety needs and priorities in education" identifies the key strengths and weaknesses of online safety across schools in Europe, as well as areas of improvement. In addition, it assesses the current certification process of eSafety Label and the impact of the initiative in the schools’ environment.

The report draws upon a quantitative research carried out among 1,150 members of the eSafety Label community and forms an evidence base for all further eSafety Label+ project activities.

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eSafety Label+ report