The sense was about an aborigine boy called waruwi was in the bush and then he came across a cow but he did not know what it was of course. So he observed it, then he saw the white people which he’s nana called “walking grab people” coming closer to their camp so waruwi went running to the camp. So he told he’s nana what he saw and then nana said “if they find out we are here we will never get rid of them.”
Today we participated in a webinar. it was about safety and privacy online. we learned that you should always have your settings set to private so people don’t hack you and get your personal details. when you post something online you create a digital footprint that can never be taken down or deleted. there was an animation about a little girl who wanted to be famous, and we learned that being famous online can lead to cyber-bullying. if you are being bullied online you should take a screenshot of the bullying as evidence and show it to a trusted adult. never meet up with someone from an online chat that you don’t know in real life, because they might be lying about their identity and they could be bad people. if someone asks you to meet up, you should block them and tell a trusted adult. if you are worried about something online you can contact kids help line for help and more information.
The rights for being online:
-feel safe and secure
be safe online!!