Children’s Commissioner launches social media terms and conditions ‘jargon-buster’ teaching resources #esafety
The Children's Commissioner has today published a set of new 'jargon-busting' documents to help young people understand social media terms and conditions as a follow-up to the 'Growing up digital' study. These short guides are are not legal documents but are designed to be an accessible, child-friendly tool to help children consider their digital rights and will help enable them to make informed choices. The Children’s Commissioner has worked with with TES and Schillings, have produced three teaching packs to help young people become more empowered digital citizens. Relevant to citizenship and computing curriculums and suitable for KS2, 3 and 4, each pack contains a set of short, six-lesson unit of work and jargon-free terms and conditions for five of the major social networking sites (Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, YouTube and WhatsApp).
- Digital citizenship: Young peoples’ rights on social media - Teaching pack for 7-11 year olds
- Digital citizenship: Young peoples’ rights on social media - Teaching pack for 11-14 year olds
- Digital citizenship: Young peoples’ rights on social media - Teaching pack for 14-16 year olds