Digital Citizenship for Domestic Helpers 2018

As part of our DBIS community, we are working hard to learn from and with each other.  It has been wonderful to develop positive relationships surrounding technology use and online learning.  Please find out more from the information below:

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Domestic Helper online education learning Wednesday 2nd May 2018 - sign up now! 

Digital Citizenship for Domestic Helpers 9th March 2018 

Your suggestions and feedback 

Free Online web resources for you to use with your own children in your home country. 

 

 

Domestic Helper online education learning Wednesday 2nd May 2018 - sign up now!

 

As per your request, we would like to invite you to learn and play with our online learning tools.  Our students are using a range of tools to enable them to learn with and through technologies. By logging in to our various websites as a student, you will be able to learn how best to support the children under your care.  You will learn how they can access their online learning and support them with different methods of learning.

So that we can organise the equipment and online tools which are best suited to you, please complete the online form here:

 

Digital Citizenship for Domestic Helpers 9th March 2018

Our Domestic Helpers are invited to DBIS for an information session about Digital Citizenship issues in the world today. We need to ensure that our whole DBIS community, including our carers, are involved in our shared learning about Digital Citizenship. We are inviting Domestic Helpers to join us for an information session about our DBIS expectations regarding Digital Citizenship. This will also be a shared time for our Domestic Helpers to reflect and action their own use of online tools such as social media. Various members of DBIS staff can help to support teachers and Domestic Helpers to gain a shared understanding of the desired use of the Internet when we connect between home, school and the wider community.

Filipino Translation: CLICK HERE 

The presentation given on Friday 9th March is accessible here:

Your suggestions and feedback

We would also like to invite you to share any feedback with us about the presentation or the coffee morning discussions here:

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Letters to parents have been sent to explain that they need to create a good opportunity to discuss device use in the home so you can help to create some agreements together.

Free Online web resources for you to use with your own children in your home country

We have created a place to store a range of free online websites to support learning HERE

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Contact:

If you have any concerns or you need any help with any of the issues discussed, please feel free to contact Katie Cornes kcornes@dbis.edu.hk or Angela Moriarty amoriarty@dbis.edu.hk

 

 

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