The school I work in uses our learning to learn program which is offered to our boys in years 7 & 8 as a place where digital citizenship and safety is learnt about. Students have had visits from the police liason officer throughout the year regarding how they can safeguard themselves when it comes to accessing and posting information. The digital revolution’s nsw digital citizenship website (http://www.digitalcitizenship.nsw.edu.au/index.html) is a good place for students to gain some interactive lessons on how to act appropriately within a digital world. Even when I use Edmodo in the classroom, I have to remind students how to act appropriately when they comment so that anything that may offend others has been carefully considered. Edmodo is a good place for younger students to learn online etiquette, as ultimately, as the teacher I can view what is being posted and if needed, remove comments and take further action against students who are not behaving themselves. I believe its very important that students know how serious cyber bullying can be and how serious the consequences, but I do think students are really beginning to understand this. I know at our school any online bullying is taken extremely seriously. Having the police visit the students was great as they were able to discuss the legalities involved with some of the things students see, access and share digitally & it helps to reinforce what the school needs to do to keep our students safe and happy.