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Robyn Treyvaud

Head of Education

Robyn Treyvaud is a globally recognised expert in online safety and digital citizenship. She is an educational leader with over 40 years of experience in schools in Australia and has worked in Asia as an International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years Program (PYP) workshop leader.

Robyn is the founder of Cyber Safe Kids, an international organization that assists educators, schools and parent communities to understand and meet the challenges of living and working in the digital world. Cyber Safe Kids works in collaboration with Common Sense Media, (US) the South West Grid for Learning (UK) and Australian governments to train communities to behave safely, think critically and participate responsibly in digital environments. She is a trusted advisor to governments, the media, industry and not for profits, nationally and internationally. Robyn has a profile as an international keynote speaker and is a presenter of a TED talk Navigating Cyberia with a Moral Compass.

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Posts by Robyn Treyvaud

So your kid plays video games?

Human beings have been playing games throughout the centuries. They are part of the human experience.

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#MissMakesCode #CyberSecurity #GirlGeekGames

No, these are not Twitter hashtags but are STEM disciplines [Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics] programs offered to girls between the ages of 5-17 by social enterprise Girl Geek Academy...

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Are You Over Sharenting? 5 Tips to Protect Your Child’s Privacy

Childhood is fleeting and it's perfectly normal for parents to want to capture it and record it.

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Surveys of 10,000 parents in the US found that there are 3 main parenting approaches to technology: --

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6 Tips For Managing Screen Time On Weekends — Part 2

1. Lead by exampleParents need to remember that they are the most important role models of appropriate behaviour in a child’s life.

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Managing Screen Time On Weekends — Part 1

When the bell rings on Friday afternoon parents are exhausted, so managing screen time on the weekends can become a struggle and a source of conflict in the family.

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Is Your Child At Risk of Online Grooming?

Despite emerging research into the issue, grooming remains "difficult to identify and define".  One definition that is generally agreed upon is that child grooming is the ‘befriending and establishing of...

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MOMO: The Deadly Online Challenge

In August 2018 Family Insights published an article, The MOMO Game: Understanding the Risks

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App Review - Tellonym

Remember Yik Yak and Sarahah the anonymous messaging services that were shut down following controversy around abuse and bullying by teens using them?

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Understanding consent in a digital world

The UK Safer Internet Centre published a report ‘Our Internet, Our Choice: Understanding consent in a digital world’ on Safer Internet Day 2019.

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To Spy, Or Not To Spy...That Is The Question

Prof Andy Phippen poses an interesting question: ‘While there are many positives of young people using tech, we are flooded with concerns too- too much screen time, inappropriate content, cyberbullying,...

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