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  • Digital Citizenship athome and school
    Developed and presented by Grant Ward
    DER Project Officer
    Hunter Central Coast Region
    2011
  • Overview
    • What is Digital Citizenship
    • Digital Citizenship education View slide
    • Online safety View slide
    • Mobile phone use
    • School policy
    • Useful websites
  • Digital Citizenship
    “Children will be children - pushing boundaries and taking risks…
    At a public swimming pool we have gates, have lifeguards and shallow ends, but we also teach children how to swim.” - Dr Tanya Byron
    SOURCE: http://www.digitalcitizenship.nsw.edu.au/
  • Digital Citizenship
    Road safety – students know that roads are dangerous places . Road safety messages are now passed on from one generation to the next.
  • What is Digital Citizenship?
    “Digital citizenship is about building safe spaces and communities, understanding how to manage personal information, and … using your online presence to grow and shape your world in a safe, creative way...”
    SOURCE: digizen.org.uk
  • The Move to Digital
    If Facebook was a country it would be the 4th largest in the world
  • The Move to Digital
    You Tube is the 2nd largest search engine in the world ..... With over 100,000,000 videos
  • The Move to Digital
    More than 90% of generation Y have joined a social network
  • Domains of Digital Citizenship
    Cross domain theme 2: CYBERBULLYING
    Cross domain theme 1: CYBERSAFETY
    Domain 1: DIGITAL CONDUCT
    Domain 2: DIGITAL FOOTPRINT
    Domain 3: DIGITAL RELATIONSHIPS
    Domain 4: DIGITAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING
    Domain 5: DIGITAL LAW
    Domain 6: DIGITAL FINANCIAL LITERACY
  • Online Safety Issues
    Inappropriate Content
    Cyberbullying
    Sexting
    Social Networking
    Scams
    Privacy
  • Inappropriate Content
    Could include content that is:
    • sexually explicit
    • offensive
    • violent
    • racist
    CENSORED
  • Inappropriate Content
    Children and young people may be accidentally exposed to inappropriate content through:
    • unexpected results from online searches
    • clicking on unknown links within websites or emails
    • incorrectly typing a web address or clicking on a pop-up ad 
    • clicking on online game content or prize offers.
  • Keep computers in the open
  • Talk with your kids
  • Managing Unwanted Content
    FREE
    controlwhat sites children access
    monitor activity
    block unwantedsites
  • Social Networking
  • Social Networking
    • post information about yourself
    • chat
    • display photo’s
    • tell people what you’ve been up to
  • Privacy
  • Privacy Tips for Kids
    Keep your personal details private
    Don’t share your username or password with anyone
    Think before you hit send or post
    Respect other people’s content
    Read the terms and conditions of any photo or content sharing sites
    Don't post anything you don't want others to know—or that you wouldn’t say to them face to face
  • Cyberbullying
  • Cyberbullying Tips for Kids
    Ignore it. Don’t respond to the bully
    Block the person.
    Tell someone.
    Report it to the school, your internet provider, police
    Keep the evidence.
  • Scenario
    Your child tells you that a defamatory photo of them has been posted on a social networking site.
    What advice would you give to your child about this situation?
  • Issue with Mobile Phone Use
    High Bills
    Scams
    InappropriateMaterial
    Cyberbullying
    Sexting
  • Sexting
    Sexting refers to the sending of provocative or sexual photos, messages or videos, generally using a mobile phone. It can also include posting this type of material online.
  • It’s Forever
    Tell your kids that once they have posted a photograph or message, it is there forever.
  • Parental Strategies for Mobile Phone Use
    Don’t allow a technological ‘generation gap’
    Talk with your child every day
    Be on the alert for behaviour changes
    Reassure your child that cyberbullyingis not their fault
    Don’t take away their phone
  • Key Messages for Parents
    • Talk to your kids
    • Be approachable
    • Filter web content
    • Stay involved
    • Talk to your school
    • Teach
  • DET and School Policy
    How does the school manage
    cybersafety and cyberbullying?
  • Have a plan!
    Think about how you would deal with a cybersafety issues before it arises
    Plan what you would do
  • Further Help
    http://www.cybersmart.gov.au/
    http://www.schools.nsw.edu.au/news/technology/index.php
    http://www.digitalcitizenship.nsw.edu.au/
    http://www.schools.nsw.edu.au/news/technology/index.php