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Digital Education: Safer Internet Day edition out now!

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February 14, 2014 By: Terry Freedman

Feb 13

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Updated! Discounts, competitions, news of events coming up, commentary, and advice about internet safety! And it's completely free! 

Here’s what this issue contains:

  • The hidden messages behind the launch of the Year of Code
  • Year of Code funding announced
  • Book Review: Two girls, one on each knee (7)
  • To put it Bluntly by Derek Blunt (Guest article)
  • Helping children in your care become good digital citizens by Simon Finch (Guest article)
  • Let's create a better internet together by Penny Patterson (Guest article)
  • Some notes from the Westminster Forum Online Safety Conference
  • Some notes from the Inside Government conference on the future of computing in the curriculum
  • Safer Internet Day Commercial Information
  • Safer Internet Day: Other resources
  • Ontology, Epistemology and Foucault by Jim Fanning
  • Apps for Good: the celebrations
  • E-skills UK events Two great events coming up in the next couple of weeks
  • Competitions! Two great competitions – one for your school, and one for your pupils
  • News and events Including a discount on a forthcoming conference

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Terry Freedman is an independent educational ICT consultant with over 35 years of experience in education. He publishes the ICT in Education website and the newsletter “Digital Education."



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