RESOURCES, CASE STUDIES & EXAMPLES
Our weekly resource series
The eSmart team is here to help school communities with remote learning through the COVID-19 crisis. Click here to access our free weekly series of teacher, parent and student support information. New editions are published every week during Term 2, keeping you up to date with trends and guidelines.
eSmart’s guide to teaching online
Read our comprehensive guide to teaching well online during COVID-19. Includes tips on making tech work for you; building a culture of respect; establishing protocols online and modelling equality, care and kindness.
eSmart’s top 10 online safety tips
Our top tips for students to stay safe online – ready to be shared with your school community or it can be used to guide teachers on providing the best advice to students.
COVID-19 and its implications for protecting children online
A report by UNICEF, the World Health Organization, UNESCO and more into the implications of school closures and online learning. It outlines the benefits and risks of children working online, key issues and actions required by governments, schools and parents.
Podcast: Cyber safety during COVID-19
Alannah & Madeline Foundation CEO Lesley Podesta and AFP Assistant Commissioner Lesa Gale appear in this podcast by Nicholes Family Lawyers to discuss the effects of social isolation and online safety for children.
eSmart support meetings
Your eSmart Advisor is still available for a personalised support meeting, either over the phone or online on any platform your school is using. Book a meeting with your eSmart Advisor soon. You can contact them directly, or email our support team. Check out this flyer to learn more.
eSmart virtual learning
A series of virtual learning packages have been designed to help schools and families continue teaching digital safety remotely. Our virtual learning packages include Digital Licences, online resources, online Connect workshops and tools for your school to share across the whole school community. Get in touch for a quote or more information.
National eSmart Week – 6-12 September
Register your school now for National eSmart Week. With national registrations each year from over 1,000 schools, libraries, pre-schools, community groups and small businesses use this platform to celebrate and promote the great work done to keep young people well informed about online safety. An Ideas Toolkit will be released later in the year to all registrants so sign up now at no cost.