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Cyber Wellness Connect

MOE’s Cyber Wellness education develops our
 children’s instinct to protect themselves and empowers them to take responsibility for their well-being in cyberspace. The focus of Cyber Wellness is about helping students to become responsible digital learners.

Helping Your Child Stay Safe Online

Cyberthreats are malicious attempts to damage or disrupt a computer network or system. Examples of cyberthreats include malware, phishing, hacking and spamming. These programmes can be used for criminal actions and/or damage devices. 

1. Helping Your Child Stay Safe Online.pdf
2. Helping Your Child Stay Safe Online Tip Sheet.pdf

Developing Your Child To Be Positive Peer Influence Online

Peer influence is the effect an individual can have on their friends to change their attitudes values or behaviours. Positive peer influence is one of MOE’s Cyber Wellness principles. It encourages our students to:

• Be a positive role model online (e.g. share healthy and positive content, harness the affordances of technology to do good)
• Advocate positive online behaviour (e.g. stand up for their peers online,  and report cases of cyber bullying to a trusted adult/authority)

Developing Your Child To Be A Positive Peer Influence Online.pdf

Safer Internet Campaign 

Safer Internet Day is an annual global initiative which aims to promote safer and more responsible use of online technology and mobile phones amongst children and young people. The key focus this year is on equipping and empowering parents to raise children in the digital age. 

The Media Literacy Council (MLC) will be launching the Better Internet Campaign on 6 Feb 2018 at 1.30pm to 5.00pm at Twitter Asia Pacific. You are invited to attend the launch to gain greater confidence to help your children. You may refer to the flyer on the programme details here.

To sign up for the event, you may go to http://tinyurl.com/betterinternet2018

All participants who participate in the workshop on 6 February 2018 will receive a copy of the DQ parenting handbook and a fun family-bonding game.

Don’t miss this great opportunity to promote a Better Internet for all!

Excessive Internet Use

Tip sheet for Parents-Excessive Internet Use.pdf