Tec207 -final presentation teaching online safety

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  • 1. VIDEO
  • 2. TeachingOnline Safety Laura Pantin Sarah Sell Chelsea Mueller
  • 3. Principles of digitalcitizenship1. Digital Etiquette - standards of conduct and good manners2. Digital Communication - information exchanged, collaboration using the Internet3. Digital Literacy - the use of technology in teaching and learning, decipher and utilize information4. Digital Law - responsibility for actions and accountability for using others work
5. Digital Rights & Responsibilities - everyone in a digital world is extended freedom and with that freedom must tak
e responsibility for actions6. Digital Security (self-protection) - electronic precautions to guarantee safety. http://www.techforteachers.net/internet-safety.html
  • 4. 1. Digital etiquette• Students need to learn standards of conduct online• Students need to learn how to use their good manners online including using appropriate language and images
  • 5. 2. Digital communication• Students need to learn how to properly relay information on the internet• Students need to learn how to properly collaborate online with others through the use of wik
ispaces, blogs, twitter, etc…
  • 6. 3. Digital literacy• Students should learn the appropriate internet terminology
  • 7. 4. Digital law• Students should be held accountable for their actions online• Students should learn to cite other’s work
 they have found online, even if it is from sites such as Facebook
 and Twitter
  • 8. 5. Digital rights & responsibilities • Create “Safety Pledges” that students can sign at the beginning of the year to be accountable for their actions • Students should follow their safety pledges and contracts
  • 9. 6. Digital security• It is important that students feel safe on the internet• Provide children with ways to notify someone if they’ve encountered an inappropriate website or ad
  • 10. Internet safety topics• Cyberbullying• Inappropriate content• Online predators/strangers• Scams, inappropriate advertisements• Revealing too much information/privacy
  • 11. How do we teach this?
  • 12. Tips for safe Internet use• Ensure the students are using privacy settings• Encourage children to not post any personal information such as full names, phone numbers or school name• Caution students about posting inappropriate images or text• Encourage the students to come to you if anything on the site mak
es them uncomfortable or upset or anything that needs to be reported
  • 13. Helpful resourcesVIDEO ON INTERNET SAFETY TOOL
  • 14. Some useful websites www.safek
ids.comhttp://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/curriculum/6-8http://www.netsmartz.org/http://www.staysafeonline.org/