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Digital revolution such as the advancement of mobile and digital technologies has changed the way how media is being used. Especially for those who are unfamiliar with the digital world, the new environment presents risks and pitfalls.
Cyberwellness refers to the well-being of Internet users and a healthy cyber culture for the Internet community. It involves an understanding of the risks of harmful online behaviour, an awareness of how to protect oneself and other Internet users from such behaviour, and a recognition of the power of the Internet to benefit oneself and the community at large.
Fuhua Primary School Cyberwellness Programme aims to encourage and promote safe, responsible use of the Internet and healthy gaming of our pupils. We would like to raise the awareness and impart essential coping skills in evaluating what the pupils read, see and hear in the media.
Our website consist of Microsoft PowerPoint slides provided by Ministry of Education, Educational Technologies Division (ETD) branch that are further divided into six different levels. Pupils will go through the slides based on their level and give their comments and answers supported by Wallwisher and Goggle Form.
Click on the link below to see Fuhua Primary School's CyberWellness Programme