Information for educators
The #doiknowu campaign highlights the dangers of online sexual exploitation. The video demonstrates the tactics predators use to trap young people into sharing sexual images of themselves. The content is based on real life transcripts provided by the Queensland Police Service's Taskforce Argos and the video was created in collaboration with young people.
To support the video, here are two resources for educators to teach students about the importance of safe online behaviour.
- #doiknowu lesson plan (PDF, 201KB)
- Traps and Hacks poster - Steps out the traps used by predators and provides hacks on how young people can critically question their interactions with people online.
The Queensland Department of Education is supporting the QFCC by sharing the #doiknowu online safety education package with educators.
Other online safety resources
- Don't panic! poster (PDF, 150KB) - Top 10 tips for helping young people to be safe online
- Don't panic! fact sheet (PDF, 203KB) - It's all relative - risk doesn't always equal harm
- Don't panic! brochure (PDF, 179KB) - Your guide to helping young people to be safe online