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Digital Society

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Definition of Digital Society strand


At our school we recognise that pupils should not only be taught how to use technology but also how to use technology appropriately in society.  Pupils should understand that online communications whether from an individual or an organisation or government can have both a positive and a negative impact on themselves and society.  They should also understand that they themselves can contribute to society through their own communications online. 

Through the three other strands pupils will be producing digital products.  In this strand pupils will explore how their work is legally protected but also how to use legally acceptable work produced by others.  Pupils will understand their digital rights online but will also be expected to learn about the the digital rights of others.


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