Online SafetyCoaching Module for Teachers       2 Hour Training   By: Amber Burkholder
New Media Literacy SkillsPlease fill in your graphic organizer with the new   media literacy skills that need to be taught...
New Media Literacy Skills     The New Media Literacies. (2011). Project New Media Literacies: Learning in a Participatory ...
Cyberbullying-Jot ThoughtsPlease use the post-its at your table to participate in the  Kagan© structure titled Jot Thought...
Cyberbullying-Prevention      • Monitor the software students use   • Make sure your browsers are “kid-safe”           • B...
Cyberbullying-Case Study Please see your “Cyberbully Case Study”   handout and discuss the questions andanswers related to...
Cyberbullying-Reaction   According to the Polk County Public Schools  website there are 5 major levels of the school’s    ...
Responsibility of the Teacher Related         to Online Safety• Teach students New Media Literacy Skills• Teach students t...
Responsibility of the Students Related          to Online Safety• Students should critically look at online  resources• St...
Online Safety-Quiz Quiz TradeUse the Kagan© Quiz Quiz Trade structure to practicewhat you have learned today. You must tak...
Thanks for Participating!Please remember to do the quiz before leaving,these are the questions you practiced during Quiz Q...
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Online safety coaching module teachers

  1. 1. Online SafetyCoaching Module for Teachers 2 Hour Training By: Amber Burkholder
  2. 2. New Media Literacy SkillsPlease fill in your graphic organizer with the new media literacy skills that need to be taught to your students. New Media Literacy Skills
  3. 3. New Media Literacy Skills The New Media Literacies. (2011). Project New Media Literacies: Learning in a Participatory Culture. Retrieved June 10, 2012, from http://www.newmedialiteracies.org/the-literacies.php.
  4. 4. Cyberbullying-Jot ThoughtsPlease use the post-its at your table to participate in the Kagan© structure titled Jot Thoughts. You will jot down an idea of how to prevent and react to cyberbullying on each post it. The goal of the activity is to fill up the table. We will then share our favorite ideas with our groups when the timer goes off. This will help to activate prior knowledge and hopefully you will make some connections to the instruction of cyberbullying prevention and reaction.
  5. 5. Cyberbullying-Prevention • Monitor the software students use • Make sure your browsers are “kid-safe” • Block inappropriate cites • Place computers in visible areas of the classroom • Limit or restrict the use of personal technologies in the classroom such as cell phones or IPADs. • Encourage students to talk to you about any problems they are having with others.• Make students aware of cyberbullying and why it’s wrong.
  6. 6. Cyberbullying-Case Study Please see your “Cyberbully Case Study” handout and discuss the questions andanswers related to cyberbullying prevention.
  7. 7. Cyberbullying-Reaction According to the Polk County Public Schools website there are 5 major levels of the school’s response to a bullying problem:1. School-Wide Response Program2. Teaching Strategies and Classroom Climate3. Involving the Parents4. Response Hierarchy (consequences)5. Intense Individual Interventions
  8. 8. Responsibility of the Teacher Related to Online Safety• Teach students New Media Literacy Skills• Teach students to dangers of cyberbullying• Take the necessary precautions for online safety• Respond in an appropriate and effective manner when dealing with issues related to online safety.• Inform students and parents about the importance of online safety
  9. 9. Responsibility of the Students Related to Online Safety• Students should critically look at online resources• Students should use their best judgment when interpreting information from the internet• Students should take responsibility when they make bad choices such as cyberbullying or visiting an inappropriate cite• Students should stay informed and know the rules of their school and classroom
  10. 10. Online Safety-Quiz Quiz TradeUse the Kagan© Quiz Quiz Trade structure to practicewhat you have learned today. You must take a card andstand up, hand up, pair up with someone that is not atyour table. Then one partner is going to ask a question and the other is going to respond, if they get it correct praise them, if they get it incorrect coach them. Thepartners then switch roles, trade cards, and find a new partner.
  11. 11. Thanks for Participating!Please remember to do the quiz before leaving,these are the questions you practiced during Quiz Quiz Trade. Also remember to do the evaluation form survey found on surveymonkey.com toexpress how you felt about this coaching module.

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