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  • 1. Internet Safety Your Kids Are Home But Do You Really Know Where Your Kids Are?
  • 2. Bad? Technology Good?
  • 3. Trends in the  World of the  Digital Native
  • 4. Generation M: Media 15 Key Findings • Time with Media • Media Use: • Media in Home grades/contentment • Bedroom/Household Media • Television • Time on other activities • Music • Demographic • Computers and Internet • Parental Rules • Digital Divide • New vs. Old • Reading • Media Multitasking • Video Games Source: Media in the Lives of 8-18 Year-olds: Kaiser Family Foundation study, March 2005
  • 5. In a typical day, percentage of 8-18 year olds who spend more than an hour… 100 90 80 66 70 60 44 50 40 28 30 22 19 20 10 0 C Vi R TV M om ea us de di ic o pu ng G te am rs es Source: Media in the Lives of 8-18 Year-olds: Kaiser Family Foundation study, March 2005
  • 6. Teens use the Internet… PEW Internet Life Project (2007)
  • 7. PEW Internet Life Project (2007) PEW Internet Life Project (2008)
  • 8. Teens Creating Content PEW Internet Life Project (2007) PEW Internet Life Project (2007)
  • 9. PEW Internet Life Project (2007) PEW Internet Life Project (2007)
  • 10. Teens remix content… PEW Internet Life Project (2007) PEW Internet Life Project (2007)
  • 11. Teens create blog or journal… PEW Internet Life Project (2007) PEW Internet Life Project (2007)
  • 12. Generation M: Media 15 Key Findings • Time with Media • Media Use:  • Media in Home grades/contentment • Bedroom/Household Media • Television • Time on other activities • Music • Demographic • Computers and Internet • Parental Rules • Digital Divide • New vs. Old • Reading • Media Multitasking • Video Games Source: Media in the Lives of 8‐18 Year‐olds: Kaiser Family Foundation study, March 2005
  • 13. Teens Online • 74% of online teens use IM • 69% of teen instant messengers use IM at least several times a week • 37% have used IM to write something that they would not have said in person • 22% of teen Im’ers have shared their password with a friend Source: Pew Internet & American Life Project: A Nation Online, 2002
  • 14. Teens Online • 17% of Im’ers have used IM to ask someone out; 13% to break up • 24% of teens that have used IM’s and email or chat rooms have pretended to be a different person when they were communicating online • 15% of online teens and 25% of older boys online have lied about their age to access a website Source: Pew Internet & American Life Project: A Nation Online, 2002
  • 15. Risky Business Online Sent prank e-mail (spoofing) Lied about age to access website Shared password Exchanged e-mail or IM with stranger Received e-mail or IM from stranger 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Percent of Online Teens Source: Pew Internet & American Life Project: A Nation Online, 2002
  • 16. Child at Risk? • Large amounts of time online • Pornography on child’s computer • Child receives phone calls from adults you don’t know • Computer is in the child’s room
  • 17. Child at Risk? • Child becomes withdrawn from family • Child is using an online account belonging to someone else • Child hides screen when you enter room • Child receives mail, gifts or packages from someone you don’t know
  • 18. Case Study- Costa Mesa
  • 19. E-mail • Hotmail • Gmail • Yahoo mail
  • 20. IM • AIM • Yahoo Messenger
  • 21. Brian Doyle- Deputy Press Secretary for Do You Know This Man? Homeland Security
  • 22. Chat Rooms • Yahoo Chat
  • 23. IM/Chat room Danger- Dateline
  • 24. Social Networks • MySpace • Face Book
  • 25. Social Networks Do you ever use these sites to…? Stay in touch with friends you 91% yes see a lot Stay in touch with friends you 82% yes rarely see in person Make plans with your friends 72% yes Make new friends 49% yes Flirt with someone 17% yes Pew Internet and American Life Project: Social Networking Websites and Teens, January 2007
  • 26. Social Networks Demographics: percentages by group Boys 51% Girls 58% Age:12-14 45% Age:15-17 64% (significant) Age by Gender: Boys 12-14 46% Girls 12-14 44% Boys 15-17 57% Girls 15-17 70% (significant) Pew Internet and American Life Project: Social Networking Websites and Teens, January 2007
  • 27. 6 Degrees of Bacon Hubs and Connectors
  • 28. Profile of a School
  • 29. Demographics of GH MySpace Members 2004 – 2009 Collected December 8, 2005 30 2007 2006 25 20 Female Number of Members 2009 Female 2008 15 2005 Female 10 Female Female 2004 Male Male Male 5 Female Male Male Male 0
  • 30. 18 20.5 male Demographics of Greenhill Female 20 16 Members of MySpace Avg Age 2004 - 2009 19.5 14 Data Collected December 8, 2005 19 Average Reported Age 12 Number of Members 18.5 10 18 8 17.5 17 6 16.5 4 16 2 15.5 0 15 2004 1 2005 2 2006 3 2007 4 2008 5 2009 6 Grad Year
  • 31. 18 20.5 male Demographics of Greenhill Female 20 16 Members of MySpace Avg Age 2004 - 2009 19.5 14 Data Collected December 8, 2005 19 Average Reported Age 12 Number of Members 18.5 10 18 8 17.5 17 6 16.5 4 16 2 15.5 0 15 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 1 2 3 4 5 6 Grad Year
  • 32. 18 20.5 male Demographics of Greenhill Female 20 16 Members of MySpace Avg Age 2004 - 2009 19.5 14 Data Collected December 8, 2005 19 Average Reported Age 12 Number of Members 18.5 10 18 8 17.5 17 6 16.5 4 16 2 15.5 0 15 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 1 2 3 4 5 6 Grad Year
  • 33. 18 20.5 male Demographics of Greenhill Female 20 16 Members of MySpace Avg Age 2004 - 2009 19.5 14 Data Collected December 8, 2005 19 Average Reported Age 12 Number of Members 18.5 10 18 8 17.5 17 6 16.5 4 16 2 15.5 0 15 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 1 2 3 4 5 6 Grad Year
  • 34. 18 20.5 male Demographics of Greenhill Female 20 16 Members of MySpace Avg Age 2004 - 2009 19.5 14 Data Collected December 8, 2005 19 Average Reported Age 12 Number of Members 18.5 10 18 8 17.5 17 6 16.5 4 16 2 15.5 0 15 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 1 2 3 4 5 6 Grad Year
  • 35. 18 20.5 male Demographics of Greenhill Female 20 16 Members of MySpace Avg Age 2004 - 2009 19.5 14 Data Collected December 8, 2005 19 Average Reported Age 12 Number of Members 18.5 10 18 8 17.5 17 6 16.5 4 16 2 15.5 0 15 2004 1 2005 2 2006 3 2007 4 2008 5 2009 6 Grad Year
  • 36. Demographics of GH MySpace Members 2004 – 2009 Collected January 6, 2006 35 2007 30 2006 25 Female Number of Members 2008 20 Female 2009 15 2005 Female Female 2004 Female 10 Female 5 2010 Female 0
  • 37. Rate of Growth- 1 Month Period Dec. 8, 2005 – Jan. 6, 2005 Grad Growth Percent Over-all Growth in 20% Year Increase Sample 2004 3 50 Total Students listed as 211 Current 2005 1 8 Total Students Listed as 243 2006 4 17 GH minus Current 2007 5 19 Total Students listed as 8% increase 2008 6 43 Current 2009 0 0 2010 1 100 Total Students Listed as 12% increase GH minus Current
  • 38. 35 4 Month Trend at Greenhill 30 MySpace 25 Members 20 Dec Jan Mar 15 10 5 0 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Year
  • 39. Face Book- Greenhill School (Sample taken March 27, 2006) 100 90 80 70 60 Members 50 40 30 20 10 0 2006 1 2007 2 2008 3 2009 4 2010 5 Year
  • 40. Face Book vs. MySpace (sample taken March 27, 2006) 1950-2005 MySpace Alumni MySpace Grouping Current Students MySpace MySpace MySpace- Alumni + Current Students Face Book Face Book- Current Students 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 Mem bers
  • 41. Who do you Want to attract?
  • 42. What Image Do You Project?
  • 43. Other Considerations College Admissions
  • 44. Other Considerations Hard to Remove Content
  • 45. Experts to students: Watch what you post online Information on sites such as MySpace.com could come back to haunt users (eSchool News March 1, 2006) Many employers hire companies to conduct background checks, but "Googling" job applicants serves as an additional hiring tool- Charles Fleischer, an employment lawyer and author of The Complete Hiring and Firing Handbook. David Hawkins, director of public policy for the National Association for College Admissions Counseling. Still, Hawkins said, "the potential for a student to trip himself up is certainly greater than it was even 10 years ago."
  • 46. YourSpace
  • 47. TheirSpace
  • 48. Case Study FONTANA, California (AP) -- Five boys who posted a fake profile of a 15-year-old girl as an Internet prank helped police arrest a 48-year-old man who tried to meet the fictitious teenager for sex, authorities said Monday. (March 7, 2006)
  • 49. Case Study COSTA MESA, California (AP) -- A middle school student faces expulsion for allegedly posting graphic threats against a classmate on the popular MySpace.com Web site, and 20 of his classmates were suspended for viewing the posting, school officials said. (March 2, 2006)
  • 50. Use Safety Features of Social Networks • Follow suggested guidelines • Limit your profile • Limit to invites • Block offenders • Never personal location information • Report Abuse
  • 51. If you suspect problems? • Communication • Review Computer • Caller ID • Check Phone Records • Monitor Access • And… 5
  • 52. Contact Law Enforcement if… • Your child or anyone in the house has received child pornography • Your child has been sexually solicited by someone who knows that your child is under 18 years of age • Your child has received sexually explicit images from someone that knows your child is under the age of 18
  • 53. What Can You Do To Prevent…? • Communication • Spend time with your child on-line • Keep computer in a common room • Install and use parental controls • Monitor access to child’s account, e-mail • Teach about on-line resources • Remember- Child is not at fault- Keep communication open. 7
  • 54. Instruct Your Children 1. To never arrange a face-to-face meeting with someone they met online 2. To never upload (post) picture of themselves onto the Internet or on-line service to people they do not personally know 3. To never give out identifying information such as their name, home address, school name or telephone number 4. To never respond to messages or bulletin board postings that are suggestive, obscene, belligerent or harassing
  • 55. Instruct Your Children 5. To never download pictures from an unknown source, as there is a good chance there could be sexually explicit images 6. That whatever they are told on-line may or may not be true.
  • 56. Consider This… People can “be” anyone they choose to be online. “That cute 21 year old guy may not be cute, may not be 21 and may not be a guy!” “Just because they sent you a picture, does not mean it is THEIR picture. Or their picture taken within the last three decades.”
  • 57. Personal Information Information that could be used to find or identify you in real life. • Real Name • Sports Team • Address • Health Club • Phone Numbers • Place of Employment • Cell Number • Links to other profiles • Picture with identifying • Links to other websites information
  • 58. What About the Law? • Cyberscammer Sentenced to 30 months for using deceptive Internet names to mislead minors to x-rated sites. (Feb 26, 2004) • www.disneyland.com (misspellings), www.britneyspears.com (misspellings) www.teltubbies.com, www.bobthebiulder.com
  • 59. What can you do? Dateline
  • 60. What Else Can You Do? • New Operating Systems • ISP Parent Services • Third-party filters
  • 61. What Else Can You Do? • Be there for your kids • Love them • Talk to them • Surf with them • Laugh with them
  • 62. How Safe Are You?

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