Assessment Evidence

The assignment should be completed along the following lines with clear evidence to be provided by the Participant. The assignment will be marked on the following:

1. Scenario Plan/Background Document

This must include a brief description of:

  1. The cohort with whom you are working - Young people, professionals, parents, etc
  2. The objectives of the project or piece of work
  3. Staff involved, i.e. teacher, teaching assistant, volunteer, youth worker, sports coach, etc.
  4. The resources available to support delivery, e.g. physical, technical, ICT

2. Explanatory Report

Participants are asked to demonstrate their applied knowledge and skills within the context of their chosen task and by addressing the performance criteria below.

  1. The identification and understanding of potential online safety threats to children and young people.
  2. A description of safety precautions undertaken and / or recommended when supervising children and young people online.
  3. Evidence of knowledge relating to online safeguarding requirements, guidance, systems and processes:
    1. Systems which inform, guide and support education professionals in the areas of online safeguarding and the promotion of the well-being online of children and young people.
    2. Systems which enable reporting and offer assistance with online safety breaches and incidents at - School / within the organisation; local area and national level.
  4. Evaluation of the session which includes reflection on the achievement of intended aims and conclusions and recommendations for future use.

3. Supplementary Evidence

Accompanying evidence may include any of the following:

  • Presentation Material or “Screen shots‟
  • Teaching Materials
  • Transcripts (verbal, audio, visual) of the learning scenario
  • Observation Statements from Facilitator/s
  • Post implementation reviews including feedback from stakeholders
  • School / Organisation Online Safety Documentation
  • Action Plans
  • School / Organisation Improvement Documentation
  • Operational Plans

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