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Online Resilience (Byron) by Mind Map: Online Resilience (Byron)
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Online Resilience (Byron)

Byron Review

Govt. publication of the Review.

Wikipedia Summary of the Byron Review

Ofcom's submission to the review

ICT register and the Byron Review

Press reaction

The majority of newspapers reacted to the byron review as a fresh excuse to blame video games and demonise them.

BBC interview with Dr. Byron

The Guardian

Daily Mail - Video Games cause Autism

Organisations working with Byron

Becta welcomes the Byron review- "Technology is changing all the time. Everyone who uses it, no matter what age they are, needs to be aware of the dangers so they can make the most of its benefits – and we will continue to support the recommendations of the Byron Review in doing this."



Parental role in e-safety

Becta- How children can be kept safe at home

Byron discusses the digital divide between children and their parents. Byron wants the children to be supported in their thinking around the risks they take when entering an online world.

Ratings of video games need to be recognised by parents.

When children go online many parents think it is like watching television however, Byron discusses the idea that it is more like opening the front door and allowing the children to go and play. When this happens there are decreasing levels of supervision when the children get older and understand the risk. Parents need to monitor their children when online and put in place parental filters.

Role of Teachers in teaching E-safety

Teachers TV

Becta- developing children's development in E-safety

Teachers TV- teaching the future today

Government role

Byron recommends that the Government provides parents with useful parental filters that can be easily installed and understood.

Resources to use in the classroom

KS1 resource, CBBC 'safe surfing'

Hectors world, designed for the ages of 3-11.