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The Internet: a Power for Good

In 2022, Ofcom reported that 84% of children aged 8-11 use messaging apps and 64% of them are on social media. In this lesson pupils explore how their time online can be used to drive change in their communities.

Overview

In this lesson pupils consider how the internet can be a power for good and support active citizenship. Pupils explore a range of case studies before being challenged to identify an issue that they believe is important and analysing how the internet could be used to overcome this. Finally, pupils consider how the internet could...
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