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Cyber Wellness

With more schools placing greater emphasis on integrating technology into teaching and learning, it is necessary for students to examine the consequences of their online activities and behaviour. Schools take the lead in promoting digital and social media literacies. Both Cyber Wellness education and use of ICT for teaching and learning have to move in tandem. It is also important for schools to partner with parents, in raising the awareness of developing positive digital citizens.

Since 2015, Secondary 1 students create Stop Motion Animation to promote Cyber Wellness in the school. There is also an annual Cyber Wellness day held in July, where Cyber Wellness Ambassadors will bring awareness of current issues to students. For example, in July 2016, the topic was on Mobile Addiction.  

Cyber Wellness Resources
MOE has developed a range of prepared materials which includes topics such as Cyber Bullying and Evaluating Online Information. Click here to access it.

Cyber Wellness Tips for Parents
Is your child a responsible digital learner? Here's some tips on how to support your child.

MOE Cyber Wellness Framework
MOE Cyber Wellness Framework