The Tweeting GalahThe must-have primary school resource
“The Tweeting Galah” is an easy-to-use classroom resource for teaching primary school students all about cybersafety and digital citizenship. Reflection questions and learning activities in the book means it is literally a “grab-n-go” set of lessons for you and your class to enjoy!
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Using innovative augmented reality technologies to bring stories to life and engage students in learning.
Four short stories covering the following cybersafety issues:
- Posting inappropriate content
- Cyberbullying / Photo Permissions
- Too much screen time
- Online predators
- Reflection questions following each story
- DIY Digital Device contract
- Cybersafety quiz
- Cybersafety scenarios
- Social Media app quiz
Use to meet parts of the following curriculum:
- Digital Technologies
- Protective Behaviours
- ICT Capability
Perfect for ages 7 – 12 years old
Everything you’ve been looking for
“The Tweeting Galah” is the fun, innovative, grab ‘n’ go cybersafety education resource for families and schools.
“The Tweeting Galah” offers a unique approach to cybersafety education for children and parents alike!
Engaging learning activities allow children to develop a deeper understanding of cybersafety issues.
With its relatable characters, vibrant illustrations and quirky stories, “The Tweeting Galah” is a story the whole family will enjoy!
What teachers are saying:
“I will definitely be recommending this book”
Thank you for this wonderful book and teaching resource. I have been reading the stories to my Year 3 class as part of our health program to reinforce healthy online behaviours. In particular, my class really connected with the story of the overly playful platypus. This story evoked a lot of discussion about too much screen time and, as a class, we have set a challenge to see if we can achieve ‘screen free’ days in the school holidays (me included!!) The Zappar App is a bonus as it adds an extension to the stories in a technological way that our little digital citizens of the world can relate to.On a personal note, as a parent this book has helped me to encourage discussions with my fourteen and ten-year-old on cybersafety. I will definitely be recommending this book to parents and teachers as a fun and engaging tool to encourage discussions and decisions on safe and healthy use of technological devices and online programs. Also, I just loved the Australian theme of the characters and the vividly vibrant illustrations!
Kirsty, Primary School Teacher, Perth, Western Australia
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“The Tweeting Galah” is already being used by thousands of teachers and families Australia-wide.
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