Safer Internet Day (SID) aims to promote safer and more responsible use of online technology and mobile phones, especially amongst children and young people across the world. Safer Internet Day 2012 will take place on Tuesday 7 February 2012, centred on the theme “Connecting generations and educating each other”, where they encourage users young and old to “discover the digital world together…safely!”
The Safer Internet Day website contains teaching ideas, posters and lesson resources for teachers who want to cover internet safety with their classes, for both primary and secondary schools.
You can also find some very useful resources to help teach SID on Promethean Planet website: These include some exclusive e-safety quizzes from Millionaire for Schools, fun flipcharts for use with 2–9 year olds from Hector’s World, and advice for educators from the Teachers TV archives. You can find out more at the Promethean Planet Safer Internet Day page.
Also check out this post from last year with some very good esafety videos and this post about internet safety and social networking for trainee teachers.
You can also find some great resources, and links, on the TES Safer Internet Day page.