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Safe Internet Usage

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  • 1. Safe Internet Usage for young children & their parents Aazim Javed
  • 2. 10 Rules
    • Rule 1: Surfing together
    • Rule 2: Set up clear rules
    • Rule 3: Adult Supervision
    • Rule 4: Don’t give personal information
    • Rule 5: Trust the child’s instincts
    • Rule 6: Setting parental controls
    • Rule 7: Visiting chat-rooms
    • Rule 8: Respect
    • Rule 9: Enjoyment
    • Rule 10: Never meet someone from the internet
  • 3. Rule 1
    • Surfing together.
    Surf regularly together with your child. Parents and children can learn a lot from each other.
  • 4. Rule 2
    • Set up clear rules.
    Set up clear rules about the use of computers and the Internet, such as the time that they can spent online.
  • 5. Rule 3
    • Adult Supervision
    This is the most safest way to know what a child is doing on the internet. A parent / guardian / friend can supervise the child as they are using the internet.
  • 6. Rule 4
    • Don’t give personal information
    Teaching a child not to give out any personal information such as their address, telephone number or e-mail address is a good way of staying safe on the internet
  • 7. Rule 5
    • Trust the child’s instincts
    Teaching a child to use their own instincts is good way for a child to ask for help / assistance / guidance on any matter
  • 8. Rule 6
    • Setting parental controls
    Control your children's online activity with advanced internet software e.g. setting parental control so that it can help you filter out harmful content, monitor the sites your child visits and find out what they do there.
  • 9. Rule 7
    • Visiting chat-rooms
    If your child visit chat rooms, online video games, or other activities on the Internet that require a login name to identify themselves, help them choose that name and make sure it doesn't reveal any personal information about them.
  • 10. Rule 8
    • Respect
    Teaching your children to respect others online and always give a positive attitude towards other online individuals.
  • 11. Rule 9
    • Enjoyment
    Encourage children to enjoy the online community and share their internet experiences with you.
  • 12. Rule 10
    • Never meet someone from the internet
    Teach your child to never meet anyone from the internet is essential. Children can easily be mislead.
  • 13. Top 10
    • Top 10 guide to keeping children safe on the internet.
    • Thank you for watching and remember to stay safe.
  • 14. Bibliography
    • Ten Safety Rules for Kids Who Use the Internet http://crime.about.com/od/online/qt/kidsonline.htm
    • Children and Internet: Ten tips for safe Internet-use http://www.webupon.com/Security/Children-and-Internet-Ten-tips-for-safe-Internet-use.318007
    • 10 things you can teach kids to improve their Web safety http://www.microsoft.com/protect/family/guidelines/rules.mspx
    • Get Safe Online
    • http://www.getsafeonline.org/nqcontent.cfm?a_id=1123
  • 15. Bibliography
    • Important Tips for Parents and Families http://www.cybersmartkids.com.au/for-parents_tips.htm
    • Be Safe Online – Golden Rules
    • www.be safe online.org/English/golden_ rules .htm
    • Make an Internet Use Agreement with Your Child
    • http://kids.getnetwise.org/tools/toolscontracts
    • My Agreement About Using The Internet
    • http://www.wiredkids.org/parents/parentingonline/agreement.html

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