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Type of the event:Workshop/training
Online or offline:Online
Main theme/focus:Cybersecurity/Online Safety
Date time start: 23/03/2020 08:00
Date time end: 29/04/2020 19:00
Number of hours:12
Organisation:Dalia Kager, Eugen Kvaternik Elementary school
Address of the event:Osnovna Škola Eugena Kvaternika, Školska ulica 4, Velika Gorica, Hrvatska
Responsible (trainer/organizer):Dalia Kager
Email of the organiser:email@example.com
Phone of the organiser:0959020244
Target Group:School students
Number of participants:29
Short description of the event:
7th grade students will learn how to protect their electronic identity and enforce account security rules, demonstrate and argue for examples of the good points of sharing information and spreading it quickly, and applying responsible online behavior, analyzing the process of collaboration among members of virtual communities, and its impact on all members groups, check and study the possibilities and ways of opening a virtual community.
All of activities were conducted online using Yammer platform for communication.
ecognize the concept of identity theft online
list possible problems and consequences related to online fraud and identity theft, think about the security of your user accounts
research and find content that deals with the protection of electronic identity online and ways to avoid online fraud and identity theft
describe and use a service that enables information sharing on the Internet
show the ways of sharing information on the Internet and notice their advantages
analyze which service is suitable for sharing certain information, privacy options – privacy settings
arguably describe examples of the good sides of information sharing and their rapid dissemination
recognize the risks of over-sharing, preventing hate speech
communicate responsibly and share information online
recognize the ways in which it find and contact peers and notice the advantages and limitations of collaboration in virtual communities
independently use virtual communities for collaborative work for educational purposes, negotiate with others and participate equally in decision-making
develop interpersonal and collaborative skills, recognize problems and ways in which problems can be solved, adapt his actions accordingly and thus influences the group’s actions
actively participate in the prevention of hate speech
check and study the possibilities and ways of opening a virtual community in compliance with the rules on responsibility, security and protection of personal data online.
Research what is identity theft and how we can protect ourselves. Checking the strength of our passwords by using online password tool. Discuss how we can improove our security regarding passwords.
Research online frauds and create mind map using online tool.
Research what virtual communities exists and create word cloud about them using online tool.
Collaboratively creating of presentation on Internet safety topic – students are in teams, approach task division and create presentation in online tool, using their own digital material from previous tasks and citing sources of information.
Quizes – each team creates a digital quiz from questions all team members wrote.
Reflection – self-evaluation and peer evaluation.
It was an interesting and challenging project especially as it took place entirely in an online environment and all communication was in virtual form. We have some troubles with underdeveloped digital skills of individual students, but they improved significantly at the end of the project.
What did students said?
Ružica, 13: I really enjoyed working online, especially because we were able to collaborate. I was stunned when I found out that my password can be cracked in 2 minutes so now I create stronger passwords and I would recommend it to anyone.
Lovro, 13: It was especially interesting for me to study the types of online scams. Some attempts are so obvious that it’s funny how there are people who fall for them.
Hana, 13: Everything was great for me in this project. I missed hanging out live with my friends, but the assignments were fun so our time flew by even though we weren’t working in the classroom.