SIFA day in Greece

On the 23rd of December 2014 students presented their work in Austria and other matters relevant to Safe Internet For All, thus decalring the day an unofficial SIFA day.

Students even prepared and played an small act inspired by the work done in Austria.

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Dissemination Activities - Students teaching other students in Greek schools (2nd High School of Kos)

A group of 3 students of the 2nd Lyceum of Kos (Greece) visited another lower High School of the district (2nd High School of Kos) in order to present to the younger students their work about safety and especially Grooming. They also talked with the students and informed them about the dangers. It was a very interesting experience for all.

A small video from the discussion/presentation follows:
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Dissemination Activities - Students teaching other students in Greek schools (2nd Primary School of Kos)

A group of 4 students of the 2nd Lyceum of Kos (Greece) visited another primary school of the district in order to present to the younger students their work about internet addictions, things that were dealt with in Austria. They also talked with the students and informed them about the dangers. It was a very interesting experience for all.

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Dissemination Activities - Norway meeting - 2nd Lyceum of Kos

Informing 2nd Lyceum of Kos Teachers’ board about the meeting in Norway and the visit to OSVIDEREGÅENDE SKOLE, in the context of ERASMUS+ SIFA (Safe Internet For All)

On Friday 20 February the Greek team who visited Os in Norway presented highlights of the meeting in Norway in the context of the project SIFA (Safe Internet For All) ERASMUS+.

The teachers of 2nd Lyceum of Kos were informed about the journey, the activities and the workshops of the program, accommodation conditions, the partners’ schools, the educational system of Norway, how ICT is integrated in teaching in Norwegian schools and last but not least the results and the conclusions of the meeting.

The meeting in Os focused on health problems that are related to excessive use of internet. We believe that useful workshops and experts’ lectures gave the opportunity to both students and teachers to broaden their knowledge and to raise their awareness about the specific subject.

In the same time they had the opportunity to gain knowledge of different cultural practices and world views, developing positive attitudes towards cultural differences. Through respectful and reciprocal relationships they developed skills for communication and interaction across cultures.

 

 

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Students presenting/talking to other students about Internet Addiction (4th Primary School of Kos)

Students from the 2nd Lyceum of Kos have been engaged in presenting problems related to Internet Addiction to other students.

The following presentation has been shown to students of their school on the 23rd of December 2014 and to two Primary Education Schools of the region. A discussion followed and the students who attended the presentation were really interested.

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Presentations about Grooming from Students to other Students (1st High School of Kos)

Students from the 2nd Lyceum of Kos have been engaged in presenting problems related to Grooming and Ethics to other students.

The following presentation has been shown to students of their school on the 23rd of December 2014 and to two Lower High Schools of the region. A discussion followed and the students who attended the presentation were really interested.

 

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Reasons for the creation of malware

Introduction

Nowadays that we are experiencing a phenomenal burst of technological growth, the use of internet via personal computers, smartphones, tablets and any similar devices is at its peak. Most people almost never go offline. In addition to that, multimedia such as movies, music, photos, are being constantly downloaded by users of the internet. Their most often fear is that they will be infected by a virus. This is very reasonable because the easiest way to get infected by a virus is by downloading stuff from the internet. To avoid virus infection, they buy all kinds of expensive antiviruses, which are supposed to protect them from thousands of different types of malware. So you may be asking: Why do people create malware? What do they gain from that?

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