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Are you looking for resources to teach your students to be safe online? Drop by to find out the latest news about cybersafety and explore some free curriculum that you can use in your classroom on …

Are you looking for resources to teach your students to be safe online? Drop by to find out the latest news about cybersafety and explore some free curriculum that you can use in your classroom on Monday.


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    • 1. Introduction to Cybersafety Burt Lo California Technology Assistance Project Region 6 blo@ctap6.k12.ca.us Twitter: trubol
    • 2. Video Clip http://www.hulu.com/watch/ 1420/saturday-night-live- myspace
    • 3. “The publicity about online ‘predators’ who prey on naive children using trickery and violence is largely inaccurate.” American Psychologist February-March 2008
    • 4. “Only .08% of all students say they’ve actually met someone in person from an online encounter without their parents’ permission.” National School Boards Association July 2007
    • 5. ...to Protect and Educate...
    • 6. “...by means of an electronic device, including, but not limited to a telephone, wireless telephone, or other wireless communication device computer, or pager.” California Education Code 2009
    • 7. “Online bullies use a number of technologies, such as instant-messenger (IM), text and multimedia messaging on a cell phone, e-mail, social network sites, and other websites.” Teens and Social Media 2007
    • 8. Video Clip http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=YdbFXx4BlXg
    • 9. Bullying = Cyberbullying
    • 10. “By 24, 60% of identified bullies have a criminal conviction... Young children labeled as bullies had more alcoholism, more anti- social personality disorders, and used more mental health services.” Bully Awareness Week 2009
    • 11. “54% of grade 7 students were victims of traditional bullying and less than half that number (25%) were victims of cyberbullying. Computers in Human Behavior 2007
    • 12. “How mobile devices are used in the United States for harassment and solicitations requires further examination over the next several years as these devices are adopted and come into mainstream use.” Internet Safety Technical Task Force 2008
    • 13. Sexting
    • 14. Cybersafety Curriculum Samples
    • 15. Cyber Predators FBI-Safe Online Surfing Internet Challenge www.fbi-sos.org NetSmartz - Amy’s Story www.netsmartz.org/stories/amy.htm
    • 16. Cyberbullying Cybersmart Curriculum NetSmartz http://www.nsteens.org/videos/ cyberbullying/
    • 17. Video Clip http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=SGlrAhtQC24
    • 18. Appropriate & Ethical Technology Use CyberSmart Curriculum Play It Cyber Safe
    • 19. Additional Resources Enhancing Child Safety and Online Technologies http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/pubrelease/isttf/ Research and Guidelines on Online Social-and Educational-Networking www.nsba.org/site/docs/41400/41340.pdf Common Sense Media www.comonsensemedia.org Connect Safely www.connectsafely.org
    • 20. Credits www.flickr.com/photos/thomashawk/87497976 www.flickr.com/photos/editor/72550972 www.flickr.com/photos/wentongg/2717345676 www.flickr.com/photos/wtlphotos/433245435
    • 21. www.myctap.org