Where do you start?
Well…. there are so many resources for students on the internet that it can seem a little overwhelming. It is important to be aware that cybersafety includes a range of issues: passwords, security & viruses to name a few. Cyberbullying is a form of bullying that confronts us in this electronic age as ‘being connected’ becomes integral to our daily life.
The resources below are some starting places for you to consider:
As a part of the Tem 1 Library focus “Read Around the Planet” the following books are just some of the feature books in the JS Library this term.
Don’t forget to add your comments about these books and the other books on display in the centre of the library.
FEATURE BOOKS TM1 2011 (using Google Books)
Global citizenship: a critical introduction
Nigel Dower, John Williams – 2002 – Political Science
A central tenet of globalization is that we now have all become “citizens of the world.”
We Are the Earth
Bobbie Kalman – 2009 – Nature
How are we the same and different?
Magnetic Flags of the World
Parragon Book Service Limited – 2007
Ten Things I Can Do to Help My World
Melanie Walsh – 2009
Jeannie Baker – 2010
In Sydney, Australia, and in Morocco, two boys and their families have a day of shopping.