Cyber Ethics Infusion in School Curriculum

Lourdu Vesna.J, D. Nivedhitha


This study is both qualitative and quantitative which attempts in exploring the opinion of both teachers and parents in the call for the integration of cyber ethics into the school curriculum. The Broader research question in the study investigates: ‘Is there a problem with how cyber ethic curriculum should be infused in school to what level of students?   focus interviews explores the level of understanding of the parents about their children usage of internet and many among them strongly believe that understanding of cyber ethics will increase students’ use of the Internet is both effective and responsible way. If a student encounters unsafe behaviour on the Internet, the student will be able to behave and act appropriately. The quantitative study deals the teacher perception of how to infuse this syllabus in the curriculum. The research is also investigating teachers and parent’s perceptions of the evidence of problems associated with their students/children’s access to the internet. These suggestions of parents and teachers about modification of curriculum for the integration of cyber ethics is to be identified and these findings should be of interest to the wider educational community.

Keywords: cyber ethics, ethical decision, moral development, infusion, school curriculum

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