Interactive E-Safety game for SEND children and young people

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Interactive E-Safety game for SEND children and young people

25 Mar 2022
Tech in Action (South)
Inclusion , Wellbeing , SEND Friday
For many young people with Special Educational Needs or Disabilities, the internet can be a place where they feel safe, calm and in control. However, life online for a child with SEND may pose additional challenges. The session will demonstrate Bao, a free online learning game for SEN students. Topics include online profiles, bullying, critical thinking and strangers online. Staff from Buckinghamshire Council, Stony Dean School in Amersham, Gothenburg Region Utbildning Sweden and Rectorat Montpellier France will discuss the collaboration, funded by Erasmus+. The session will include case studies and the lessons they have developed to help staff and parents to increase their confidence in having ongoing conversations to support students in taking responsibility for their online life.
Speakers
Thomas Boardman, Teacher - Stony Dean Special School
Neil Strain, Headteacher - Stony Dean Special School
Alison Watts, Prevent and E-Safety Education Officer - Buckinghamshire Council
Felix Gyllenstig Serrao, Development Leader - The Gothenburg Region
Franck Le Cars, Directeur de r'gion acad'mique ' l'international (DRAI) - R'gion acad'mique Occitanie
Harold Eucar, Special Needs Teacher - Acad'mie de Montpellier

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