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What do we and our students need to be aware of online? What are possible dangers and how do we avoid them? This presentation is a starting point for being safe online.

What do we and our students need to be aware of online? What are possible dangers and how do we avoid them? This presentation is a starting point for being safe online.

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  • http://www.teapiti.co.nz
    Lyn Ross
    ICT and Learning Facilitator
    ©
  • The Internet
  • The Internet is useful, engaging and fun
  • Remember that …
    And that the Internet has a dark side
  • Safe from what?
  • Online dangers
    Adults
    Children
  • The Internet has a dark side
    Virus (opening an attachment)
    Scam(an email that has something to do with money)
    Phishing(an email from your bank)
    Identity theftSpywareBanking TrojansInformation StealersThis spyware mostly infect through email links or attachments
    Hacking
  • Passwords
    • It’s easy to get a browser to show all the stored passwords.
    • Don’t tick 'remember me’.
    To remove any stored passwords follow the below instructions
    Safari: Preferences - then to the  autofill tab and uncheck or edit usernames and passwords.
    Firefox:Preferences - then to the  security tab and uncheck remember passwords and delete saved passwords.
  • And a very dark side
    Sex
    Pornography
    Child pornography
    Pedophiles (sexually attracted to children)
    Child/teen grooming (establishing an emotional connection in order to lower the child's inhibitions in preparation for child sexual abuse)
    Bullying (cellphone, social network sites)
  • One of the best things about the Internet is also its most dangerous
    Connecting people
  • Computer/Network Security
    Firewall
    Virus software
    Limit confidential information stored online
    Think about ‘worse case’ scenarios
  • Keeping children safe
    Filter content (but don’t go over the top!)
    Keep tabs on usage (check the history)
    Educate
    Explicit teaching
  • The Internet and children
    • Educate about the risks (use videos, role-play, online resources)
    • Educate about uses and behaviours
    • Discuss consequences
    • Supervise
    Security (passwords)
    Personal information
    Trust
    Websites
    What to do
  • Don’t believe everything you …
    • see
    • read
    • or every one you ‘chat’ to!
  • Establish some rules(personal, family, school)
    Don’t open unknown attachments
    Never give out your passwords
    Don’t access Internet banking from a computer other than your own
    Understand you lose control of anything uploaded (photos, videos, files etc)
  • Teach children to
    T.H.I.N.K
  • Tell a trusted adult if something online upsets you
    Hide you password – share it only with your parents, never with your friends
    Interesting websites can be fun, but check with your parents before joining or playing
    BeNice to people online, never bully others.
    Keep your personal information safe Never give out your full name, address or phone number online.
  • Remember that people you meet online are strangers – no matter how well you think you know them.
  • Policies
    Internet policy
    Acceptable use agreements (staff and students)The use of: - school computers- school network- the Internet- other school ICT equipment- use of person equipment (e.g. pen drive)
  • Resources
    http://www.teapiti.co.nz
    Lyn Ross
    ICT and Learning Facilitator
    ©