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In today's article Computeam focuses on an increasingly important for schools in how to safeguard the internet for children.
The ubiquitous nature of the internet has made confident and fearless digital navigators out of the modern student.
With a significant percentage of their existence spent connected — both at school and at home —children of all age groups have become incredibly fluent in the seemingly-complex language of the online experience. For better or worse, it’s not a trend that’s likely to subside anytime soon.
While the internet has had an abundance of positive effects on the education system — supercharging the entire learning/teaching paradigm with more dynamism and accessibility — there remains a duty of care for educators to ensure that a child’s online ventures are made safe. That means, safeguarding all students against any emotional stress or potential harm while using school-owned devices or while logged into school systems.
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