Keeping Children Safe Online

Cybersafety, digital citizenship, digital literacy … most of us have heard these terms, but what do they really mean in practice? Jeremy Blackman and Sandra Craig work with the Alannah and Madeline Foundation, a national charity protecting children from violence and creating behavioural change in the community to address bullying and cyberbullying.

According to them, good digital citizenship is still in its early days but in ‘Cybersafety: Keeping children safe online’ they provide practical tips to ‘help encourage smart, safe and responsible online behaviour, whether you are a parent, a teacher or a young person’.


These are three of many practical examples that feature in the book Better than OK: Helping young people to flourish at school and beyond. Visit the Alannah and Madeline Foundation website at to find out about their work, their programs and other resources.

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