Resources and Forms

1. 19 March Parent Education Event Resources

1.1 PRESENTATIONS

1.2 PARENT HOW-TO GUIDES

1.3 WEBSITES, SERVICES AND PROGRAMS

  • Common Sense Media
    US-based nonprofit organisation dedicated to improving the lives of kids and families by providing the trustworthy information, education, and an independent voice on contemporary games, platforms, movies and media.
  • Family Zone
    Family Zone is a cyber safety platform which helps parents support children’s access to the internet, screen time, etc while offering education and information on the risks and benefits of apps installed on connected devices.
  • GCF Learn Free
    GCFLearnFree.org offers more than 180 topics covering a broad range of device and software essentials (macOS, Windows, email, Office), and includes more than 2000 lessons and 800 videos, completely free.
  • Internet Safe Education
    ISE is Brett Lee’s organisation which provides credible and current internet/technology resources to help parents support the health, safety and well-being of children. Brett Lee is endorsed by the Office of eSafety Commissioner and regularly writes articles for Family Zone regarding online trends, games, apps and social media.
  • iParent – Office of the eSafety Commissioner parent portal
    Self-paced mdules and up-to-date support for parents using technology (Australian Government resource).