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Research report: Teachers' and schools’ interactions with students about their online lives

This report presents a summary of the findings from qualitative research, exploring how teachers and schools engage with students about their online lives. The report is based on interviews with teachers and other professionals from a sample of mainstream, independent, alternative provision (AP) providers and special schools in England. The fieldwork was carried out between May and July 2020.

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Research summary: Teachers' and schools’ interactions with students about their online lives

This report presents a series of recommendations for policy and practice. It also presents some key features of a ‘whole school’ approach towards supporting 11-18-year olds on digital topics – from subject teaching, to welfare and safeguarding.

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Literature review – navigating the digital world: a synthesis of the evidence

This report presents the findings from quick scoping review, examining recent trends in young people’s digital lives and considers the ways in which young people’s resilience is understood and translated into policy and practice. It is the first reporting output, and provides a reader for the project.

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