I thought that this design competition had a very meaningful theme as cyber safety is a large threat that generally affect lots of people, especially teenagers or even younger kids. I enjoyed creating this poster, trying to keep within a certain color scheme and researching on some of the ways that cyber safety can be implicated into our lives. Thank you
My Poster is about what happens when we are not careful with our words, especially online. In Singapore, many people hide behind their computer screens and criticize or judge others. These people are known as Keyboard Warriors. We should not be like them. Instead, we should always be mindful that behind the screen is another person just like us.
I represent Chua Chu Kang Primary School.
My artwork is about how we should reach out to those who are being cyber-bullied. It is as bad as being bullied physically. Let’s do our part to raise awareness of the damage that can be done and how we should stop this in this age of technology and communication.
This is how you should stay safe online. Aimed at young people aged 8-14. I have made sure that it was simple and easy to read, I have used a colourful catchy images to gain attention whilst providing simple and easy tips to staying safe online.
I think one of the most important aspects of staying safe online is putting your mental health first. It’s really easy to cross the line into unhealthy habits and starting to believe everything you see on social media. Although there are also many great things about going online- like connecting with others and sharing memories- it’s essential to stay safe and be aware of your online surroundings to protect yourself and your friends!
This is what my sister and me discuss about cyber bullying and how to stay safe online.That’s why we call it our combos advise. We hope other children will take note down our advise. We watch news on crimewatch and we felt quite scary when we are online. Please be careful.
This poster shows the possible threats or problems to your usage on the internet, and how to spot or avoid these threats and problems. Stay safe on the internet!
My poster is inspired by the common acronym SMART, standing for secure, meet, accept, reliable, and tell. It encourages people of all ages to stay safe on the internet and to act intelligently. I hope this poster will help educate people about various ways they can stay safe on the internet.
Don’t post any photo that is inappropriately