As the world changes, so do the ways people think and behave. Now more than ever, technology plays a big part in this. As children explore the online world from younger ages, their developing minds adapt. So to better understand how children use technology and how we can keep them safe, education programme Thinkuknow want to hear from you.
Work or live with 4 to 7 year-olds? Take the survey.
Help create an invaluable resource for parents by sharing your experiences with 4 to 7 year-olds. By understanding how children use technology, Thinkuknow can build resources and guides to help parents keep them safe.
There are a number of ways you can get involved
Thinkuknow need a comprehensive picture of 4 to 7 year-olds’ behaviour. That means at home, at school and everywhere in between.
- Take the professionals survey if you work with children.
- Take the parents and carers survey if you live with children.
- Share the surveys with people you know who work or live with children.
Please complete your responses by Friday 8th December 2017.
Promote the surveys to help even more
Your experiences will go a long way in keeping children safe online. And if you share the surveys with other people you’ll be helping even more.
You could share it on social media, send an email round or write up a notice for other professionals.
Here’s a draft message you could use
[Organisation name] is working with the Thinkuknow education programme to help children learn about online safety. And we’d like your help.
Please complete this survey to share your experiences with 4 to 7 year-olds. You’ll be helping to create a resource that will keep our children safe. Thank you.
Free download: Learn about Live Streaming
Also by Thinkuknow, these #LiveSkills resources are a helpful introduction to live streaming. Perfect for both primary and secondary children and their parents or carers.
Feel free to get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about Thinkuknow. Thanks for your support.