SAFER INTERNET DAY IN POLISH SCHOOL:
SAFER INTERNET DAY.pptx
POF_ PARENT CONSENT LETTER.docx
ERYAMAN TÜRKKENT İLKOKULU has been awarded with eSafety Label.
eTwinning Internet Etiquette eTwinning Behavior Rules
Since eTwinning’s inception in 2005, it has promoted the use of the internet in a responsible manner and developed a secure environment for teachers and students to collaborate online. During the members’ journey on the portal, e-safety provides information, examples of best-practices, guidance on topics, opportunities and positive and effective use of the internet in a safe way. It covers a number of important principles that must be remembered while using online tools and resources, including those of eTwinning;
-You must not infringe the copyrights of the images and files you share on the Profiles or Sources sections !
-Make sure that the messages you send in the forums are appropriate to the forum topic !
-Do not send too many messages, including the teachers you work with. They can be regarded as spam massages.
-Contact a person before adding them to your contact list
-Don’t send the same e-mail to more than one person and also don’t send it repeatedly.
-In case of problems, first contact provincial coordinators for solutions. National Support Service (NSS) should be contacted for non-resolvable situations.
Sharing Video and Photo
-Avoid sharing photographs and videos on which faces of students are seen as much as possible.
– At the beginning of the project, it is necessary to get a parental consent signed by the parents of the students you plan to work with, which gives you permission to share photos and videos of them on the internet.
-Pay attention to privacy settings ( not public ) while sharing students’ photos and videos on Youtube and Vimeo.