Why do people hack?

Children in Northern Ireland were thinking of a number of questions to do with HACKING – Who, what, where, how and why? They decided to research some famous hackers to find out the answers to some of their questions. Then they composed and performed a RAP to demonstrate their findings.

Objectives: 
To find out why people hack.

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Fake News – true of false?

Children in Northern Ireland wanted to find out how do people know if Fake News is true or false. They collected samples of Fake News to design a survey to test out people’s responses. They collected responses from 230 people and the results were analysed and displayed on a results poster. They also developed a powerpoint outlining how they made a movie arounf Fake News. It was about a boy who set up a fake website and received lots of views. However he was caught by his father and his fake online world came to an end!

Objectives: 
To find out how people tell the difference between fake and real news

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Cyberbullying – NI Perspective

Children in Northern Ireland wanted to find out why people Cyberbully, If Cyberbullying makes the bully feel good and why they think it is okay to do this. The children developed a questionnaire to circulate to their friends to gather knowledge and understanding of cyberbullying. They also created a movie to highlight the issue of cyberbullying to their school colleagues.

Objectives: 
Why do people Cyberbully?

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Why do children tell lies on the Internet?

A group of 8 – 10 year old children in Northern Ireland investigate the research  question – Why do children tell lies on the internet? They involved 154 of their peer group in the research.
Objectives: 
Through creative research methods children explore the reasons why children tell lies on the internet.

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Why do children tell lies on the Internet?

A group of 8 – 10 year old children in Northern Ireland investigate the research  question – Why do children tell lies on the internet? They involved 154 of their peer group in the research.
Objectives: 
Through creative research methods children explore the reasons why children tell lies on the internet.

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