Keeping Children Safe Online

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Module Details

The internet is an enabler for learning and knowledge in today's world. It is also a place of immense risk for children and young people. It is hence critical that teachers and educators who use the internet as a tool for teaching and learning are aware of these risks and how to keep themselves and their children safe.
The 2-hr session will include -
  • Need for safety online Risks to children online - cyber-bullying, online abuse, grooming, cyber-stalking, trafficking
  • Indicators of inappropriate online behaviour
  • Tools and practices to stay safe
  • Responding to online abuse

Key Takeaways

  • Awareness of online risks for all children
  • Understanding of types of online abuse
  • How to identify and respond to online abuse
  • Simple practices to stay safe

Open to all Educators
Neha Pradhan Arora
Independent Educator and Co-Founder & Trustee, Mudita Foundation

Neha Pradhan Arora is a creative and passionate educator, who believes that social justice must be the foundation of what we teach to ensure that the world we live in is just, equitable, inclusive and sustainable. She has worked in the education and development sector for over 15 years with a focus on building capacities of young people and teachers. She works with schools across the country to help strengthen the teaching-learning environment through dialogue and learning experiences.

Jasmine Bhatia
Program Coordinator, Mudita Foundation

A communications professional and creative arts facilitator, Jasmine firmly believes in empowerment through awareness. As a social service enthusiast, Jasmine has been actively working in the development sector since the past 4 years. In 2018, she also founded Vrikshaala, a life skill training program for children at Roti Bank, by mobilising and training a group of women.

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