NEW! Our 'ONE STOP SHOP' Resource Kete

A comprehensive kete of engaging and evidence-based resources for building a safe and positive online culture across your kura and community. 

Resource kete (Google Sites website) for leaders, kaiako and pastoral teams to support you in developing digital safety, citizenship, literacies, and wellbeing.

Featuring a large suite of resources created by Generation Online, and links to the  ‘best’ resources from around the globe for Primary, Intermediate and Secondary kura.

Website content includes:
  • Hautūtanga Kete 
  • Kaiako Kete
  • Whānau Kete
  • Hauora and Wellbeing Kete
  • Managing online incidents
  • Surveys
  • Insights and Research
  • Policies and User Agreements 
  • Extensive range of resources for Secondary, Upper Primary, Lower Primary
Unlimited annual access
to all resources for $850.00 plus GST. 

New resources are added regularly as we respond to emerging needs and research.

We also specialise in creating tailor-made resources to support your context. 

Contact us for a free trial.

“What others have said….”

‘Special Days’ Focus

Perfect for encouraging korero [discussion] opportunities, screenshots for newsletters, website or social media content, and classroom posters.
 
‘Awareness Days’ can be a focus to foster inquiry around a positive online culture, respectful relationships, constructive communication, and ethical practices online and offline. 
Free download here
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 Kaiako

Self-Check

Tool

Ensuring safety and ethics in the use of digital tools used in learning.

This quick ‘at a glance’ tool supports kaiako in thinking about the safe and ethical use of digital tools in our learning and teaching have safety and wellbeing in mind for all involved.

Free download
 
 

Digital Engagement and Wellbeing 

Taking care of our whole selves (Hauora) as digital users.

Te Whare Tapa Whā, a model developed by Sir Mason Durie, aligns the four walls of the whare (house) as four cornerstones of health and wellbeing. 

What we do online and how we engage with devices has an impact on our health and wellbeing. So, it’s important that we’re mindful and intentional in ways that support our whole selves when we use digital devices and online spaces.

We’ve created two poster versions to encourage korero (conversation) around some helpful and healthy ways we can look after whole selves online. 

Free Download
 Poster 1                                 Poster 2

TEACHING RESOURCE

7 Key Themes

Available in Reanga Ipurangi Kete

[See website info at top of page]

DEVELOPED to engage ākonga in korero and inquiry that foster critical thinking, as together you explore what’s needed to support safety and wellbeing online.

DESIGNED with upper primary in mind, this has also been used effectively across lower primary and secondary levels.

Themes and resources provide authentic pathways for learning. Plan the learning across the year (seven themes), or adapt to meet arising needs and interests. 

The PDF resource can be downloaded, printed, embedded into other online learning platforms, or adapted to suit your context.

Examples of content below
Critical Thinking 

Relevant, engaging, intentional and inclusive. 

Fostering critical thinking, developing skills, knowledge, and self-review, and promoting positive and safe engagement online.  

Rights and Responsibilities

Within this one theme, six inquiry areas are offered for students to unpack rights and responsibilities and look into how these can empower and impact their own lives. 

 Supplementary Resources

Links to additional resources from leading global online safety organisations are also included for a deeper dive. 

Student Voice and Agency

Empowering young people (Year 7 – 11) to critically think about challenges and incidents they may encounter online, and actions they can take.

The tool can be used in a number of ways and is useful in exploring scenarios and proactive responses. 

Available in Reanga Ipurangi Kete. See top of page for access info. 

Digital Rights Framework

Research tells us what our young people need to develop resilience, capabilities, and literacies to safely navigate the digital landscape and foster wellbeing.

We’ve synthesised these into a ‘Digital Rights’ Framework for educators of lower primary, upper primary, and secondary levels. These resources are a powerful yet simple way to think about opportunities for students from a ‘Rights’ perspective.

Beginning

the Year

Secondary Schools

Looking beyond the start-up of a year there’s a whole school year where online safety, citizenship and wellbeing are important.

The focus is on the start-up of a year, and what’s needed to ensure everyone is on the ‘same page’ around rights and responsibilities in the use of digital devices at school and kura. 

Available in Reanga Ipurangi Kete. See top of page for access info. 

 Safety And Wellbeing For All When Working And Learning Offsite

While working and learning takes place from our homes, it is important to consider the safety, privacy and wellbeing of staff and students as we engage online.

This pragmatic guidance provides key considerations around professional safety and practice, equity and the wellbeing of all.  

Cyber Chat  |  Staying Safe and Secure Online

Generation Online and Mindshift and have teamed up to bring you Cyber Chat, a series of short video chats. 

Designed with pragmatic ‘how to’ steps and information to support people, as new ways of working and communicating are happening and new risks are emerging.

For those parenting, three Cyber Chats are dedicated to key safety tips and resources, social media and gaming.

Click below for all episodes.