Author:Board of online editors of Bundesverband Verbraucherzentralen Format:Weblink,DVD,.pdf
The German Resources Compass on Consumer Education provides a huge amount of educational resources from Germany and Austria. Thes can be searched by subjec, theme or age group and are all described and rated by experts on consumer education. It comprises also a lot of commercial offers (books, multimedia tools, ...)
The resource "Nicht alles, was geht, ist auch erlaubt! Downloaden, tauschen, online stellen – Urheberrecht im Alltag" is an additional module to the teachers guide"Know how for junge User". It presents a lot of well-researched and presented information about copyright and it provides ready-to-use worksheets for teachers.
Mange lærere og underviser føler sig ikke klædt på til at bruge sociale medier i skolen. Det danske medieråd, Center for digital uddannelse og Børnerådet har samlet adskillige anbefalinger i en vejledning, så lærere kan hjælpe deres elever med at udvikle deres færdigheder omkring sociale medier.
Many teachers and educators do not feel ready yet to use social media at school. The Danish Media Council, the Center for Digital Education and the National Council for Children have compiled, in a guide, several recommendations for teachers to help their students developing their skills for social media.
Ministry of Education learning resource portal, with a Consumner studies resource section designated to copy rights and data protection.
Internet and computer usage in and outside school is increasing, and many teachers are demanding more knowledge of source criticism. Teachers also ask for help in selecting digital materials for teaching. Therefore, we have developed a number of checklists
Swedish Data Inspetion Authority website on data protection of the individual on the internet.
On these pages you can read more about the Personal Data Act, how it is used and what rights you have when it comes to your personal privacy. Choose from different areas in the left menu.
The Media inspection authority of Norway website with toolkit on copy rights and data protection and CSPE.
The Data Inspectorate should contribute to the source not been violated through the use of information that can be tied to him or her.
Ready-to-use learning resources for copy rights and data protection, consumer studies.
Many teachers and educators do not feel well enough equipped to use social media in school. Media Council, Center for Digital Education and the National Council for Children has compiled a series of recommendations for those who would like to help your students on track with the social media.
The teacher’s trusted online communal resource for up to date, interactive and reliable consumer education materials from across the EU that can be tailored by teachers to deliver engaging and practical lessons for their students.