Optus launches cyber-safety lesson plans

Wednesday 8 June 2011 | 00:52 CET | News
Australian communications firm Optus has introduced a suite of free lesson plans on cyber-safety. The "The Make Cyberspace a Better Place" campaign is an initiative of Kids Helpline and Optus to help schools tackle cyber-safety. The education pack targets years 3-6, 7-9 and 10-12 and contains two lessons each for age group, including video case studies, detailed lesson plans, screen savers and posters.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Optus
Countries: Australia
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