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Presentation: Catherine Hainstock, Vermont Secondary College. ...

Presentation: Catherine Hainstock, Vermont Secondary College.
School communities are dealing with increasing reports of cyberbullying and online safety issues, with increased media coverage, conflicting information and statistics sometimes clouding the issue of best practice. Teacher Librarian and internet advocate, Catherine Hainstock, was recently invited to attend the National Cyber-safety Summit in Canberra with two students and their parents. In this session she shares what she learnt at the summit along with some of her school’s steps, strategies and plans to educate the school community about digital citizenship now and in the future.

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Turning the Corner: From Cybersafety to Digital Citizenship Turning the Corner: From Cybersafety to Digital Citizenship Presentation Transcript

  • DOUBTS ABOUT THEMESSAGE FOR PARENTSDOUBTS ABOUTINTERNALISATION OFTHE CYBERSAFETYMESSAGESURE THERE WEREANSWERS OUT THERE
  • EDUCATIONAL ORIGAMIhttp://edorigami.wikispaces.com/• INFO ABOUT DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP• GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP/DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP COMPARISON OF RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIESAHA! STOP ACTING LIKE THERE ARE TWODIFFERENT WORLDS – SAME EXPECTATIONSFOR BEHAVIOUR
  • 1. DIGITAL ACCESS: full electronic participation in society2. DIGITAL COMMERCE: electronic buying/selling of goods3. DIGITAL COMMUNICATION: electronic exchange of information4. DIGITAL LITERACY: process of teaching/learning about technology and the use of technology5. DIGITAL ETIQUETTE: electronic standards of conduct or procedure6. DIGITAL LAW: electronic responsibilities for actions and deeds7. DIGITAL RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: those freedoms extended to everyone in a digital world8. DIGITAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS: physical and psychological wellbeing9. DIGITAL SECURITY: electronic precautions to guarantee safetyhttp://digitalcitizenship.net/Home_Page.html View slide
  • INVITED TO ATTEND YOUTH ADVISORY GROUP CONFERENCE IN CANBERRA TWO STUDENTS PLUS THEIR PARENTS WORKSHOPS, PANEL DISCUSSIONS, PRESENTATION OF FINDINGS FROM FORUM DISCUSSIONS TAP http://www.dbcde.gov.au/online_safety _and_security/cybersafety_plan View slide
  • 1/ PARENTS – DON’T TELL – THEY’LL OVER-REACT2/ CYBERSAFETY RESOURCES ARE: BORING (LACK OF AGENCY) TOO YOUNG (INCOMPETENT) DON’T DEAL WITH REAL ISSUES (IRRELEVANT)3/ SCHOOLS AREN’T SERIOUS – INCONSISTENT CONSEQUENCES4/ MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES/SUICIDE – AVOIDED OR GLOSSED OVER5/ ONLINE GAMBLING – ISSUE ON THE RISE
  • " DIGGING DEEPER THE MEDIA VS …. “Tens of thousand of WA students were ‘suffering in silence’ because of cyberbullying …” “In this high tech world, cyberbullying runs rampant.” “Whether parents want to acknowledge it or not, cyberbullying is a very real problem that seems to become more common with every year.” “The threats of cyberbullying, online predators and oversharing on social networks have made keeping an eye on kids a 24/7 operation for parents.” “ … and alarming 70% of teens have hidden their online behaviour from their parents … “ “ Almost one in four teens claimed to be a target of cyberbullying … “
  • DIGGING DEEPER … THE RESEARCHMICROSOFT STUDY – 37% WORLD – 36% AUSTRALIA -- DEFINITION OF CYBERBULLYING?MEDIASMART REPORT – RESILIENT, SMART, FORGIVING KIDS. -- PARANOID PARENTSNAMES POP UP OVER AND OVER: DANA BOYD, ANNE COLLIER,ALICE MARWICK, MICHELE YBARRA, PERKINS AND CRAIGCURRENT RESEARCH: -- NO INCREASE IN CYBERBULLYING, ONLY REPORTING IT -- LOW INCIDENCE – 5% - 25% - DEPENDS ON DEFINITION -- FACE-TO-FACE BULLYING MUCH HIGHER INCIDENCE -- THEY ARE CONNECTED
  • STILL, AS EDUCATORSAND PEOPLE WE DON’TWANT THIS OCCURING
  • RESEARCHING FAMILY HISTORYHOW TO BEHAVE ON THIS NEWFRONTIER? YES - OUTLAWS/BANDITS ALSO - OPPORTUNITY MISSIONARIES SCHOOLS MOUNTIES
  • FACING HISTORY AND OURSELVES facing.orgCYBERBULLYING RESEARCH WHO’S WHO PANEL: PROJECT ZERO NET FAMILY NEWS GOOD PLAY PROJECT CONNECT SAFELY.ORG BORN THIS WAY PLATFORM FOR GOOD FACEBOOK SAFETY ADVISORY BOARD ALL INVOLVED IN RESEARCH
  • 1/ MIS-MATCHED MESSAGES ADULTS MESSAGE – STRANGER DANGER KIDS CONCERN – PEER AGRESSION2/ CYBERBULLYING ISN’T A HELPFUL WORD DOESN’T RESONATE WITH TEENS WHAT KIDS CALL IT – DRAMA, PRANKING. JOKING WHY? – AGENCY3/ NO CYBERBULLYING EPIDEMIC! EXAGGERATION IS DAMAGING SOCIAL NORMS BEHAVIOUR “PERCEPTION CHANGES REALITY” http://www.socialnormsurveys.org/
  • 4/ ONLINE DIFFERENCES DISCOUNT ONLINE BEHAVIOURS AS ‘JUST JOKING’ PEER AGGRESSION/VICTIMISATION – MORE VISIBLE ONLINE CONSTANT – OBLIGATION TO BE AVAILABLE TO FRIENDS NOT NECESSARILY MORE HURTFUL COVERT/VEILED VICTIMISATION – HARD TO CHALLENGE 5/ SEL = KEY MUST NURTURE SCHOOL CULTURE “DISINHIBITION EFFECT”
  • ADVICE FOR ADULTS MEDIA HAS CHANGED – NOT CONSUMPTION MODEL MORE RESPECT/VALUE MORETEACHERS HAVE SOCIAL/MORAL SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE. MORE IMPORTANT THAN BEING TECH SAVVY DON’T WORRY, GIVE GUIDANCE!NEED TO TEACH SWIMMING IN THE SWIMMING POOL RESEARCH: PARENTS ARE STILL THE GREATEST INFLUENCE OVER THEIR CHILDREN’S BEHAVIOUR
  • • POSITIVE NORMS SURVEY • POSITIVE MESSAGES • GENERAL SCHOOL CULTURE ROBYN TREYVAUD – TED TALK BKK WELLNESS IN SCHOOLS FORUMhttp://www.slv.vic.gov.au/event/wellness-schools
  • YEARS 7-10INCLUDE ALL 9 AREAS OF DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP CONNECTION BETWEEN ONLINE/OFFLINE
  • ADOPTED CHURCHES’ SAMPLE AUP – CONSISTENCY IN EXPECTATIONS http://edorigami.wikispaces.com/Digital+Citizen+AUADO WE NEED A DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP POLICY? Alberta Education - focus on students’ needs a foundation for instructionhttp://education.alberta.ca/media/6735100/digital%20citizenship%20policy%20development%20guide.pdf
  • Year `8 me STARTED WITH YAG PARTICIPANTS PROMOTE SOCIAL NORMS WORK PEER SUPPORT – CULTURE CHANGE – YEAR 7
  • OTHER THINGSLIBRARY – RESOURCES FOR SEL + DIGITIAL CITIZENSHIP • COMMONSENSE MEDIA • SUPERCLUBS PLUS • DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP STARTER KIT – EDMODO + COMMONSENSE MEDIA • NSW EDUCATION & COMMUNITIES – DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP – 7-10 MINECRAFT CLUB – PLACE TO PRACTICE DC http://massivelyminecraft.org/
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