ACT - The Association of Christian Teachers

for Christians working in education

Teachers being humiliated by pupils online.

Teachers being humiliated by pupils online.

Fake blind dates and the distribution of compromising pictures are among the tactics being used by digitally savvy pupils to humiliate their teachers

A growing number of teachers are being targeted by pupils carrying out digital scams, Tes can reveal.

More and more teachers are facing online abuse and security violations at the hands of their own students, according to a leading online safety organisation.

Emma Robertson, co-founder of Digital Awareness UK, an organisation that runs school workshops on internet safety, said: “[It’s] a huge trend recently. I’d say in the last year [the number of enquiries involving teachers] has spiked.”

Read more.

 

©2002-2015 Association of Christian Teachers. All rights reserved. Use of this website is subject to our Terms & Conditions and Cookie Policy. Click here to read ACT’s Privacy Policy. Click here to read ACT’s Refund Policy. Click here to read ACT’s Electronic Transactions Security Policy. Website by: Serve Design 

ACT Login