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    • 1. Presented ByCameron Kruger
    • 2. Presented ByCameron Kruger
    • 3. Presented ByCameron Kruger
    • 4. Workshop Goals• Learn the basics of popular technologies.• Discuss trends in youth technology use.• Assess attitudes regarding technology.• Examine technology habits.• View innovative and up-in-coming technology.
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    • 6. “leet” Speak Activity
    • 7. TeenagersSource: Pew Internet and American Life Project www.pewinternet.org
    • 8. COMPUTERS Teenagers 67% of teens have a computer at home. 23% have a computer in their bedroom.Source: Pew Internet and American Life Project www.pewinternet.org
    • 9. COMPUTERS Teenagers 67% of teens have a computer at home. 23% have a computer in their bedroom. CELL PHONES 59% of teens own a cell phone. 25% of teens use it to surf the internet.Source: Pew Internet and American Life Project www.pewinternet.org
    • 10. COMPUTERS Teenagers 67% of teens have a computer at home. 23% have a computer in their bedroom. MP3 CELL PLAYERS PHONES 45% of teens own 59% of teens an MP3 Player. own a cell phone. 30% of all owners 25% of teens use listen to Podcasts. it to surf the internet.Source: Pew Internet and American Life Project www.pewinternet.org
    • 11. COMPUTERS Teenagers 67% of teens have a computer at home. 23% have a computer in their bedroom. MP3 CELL INTERNET PLAYERS PHONES 45% of teens own 59% of teensHalf of teens use the an MP3 Player. own a cell phone. internet everyday. 30% of all owners 25% of teens use22% of internet users listen to Podcasts. it to surf the are under 18. internet. Source: Pew Internet and American Life Project www.pewinternet.org
    • 12. Who Are They?Teen Beliefs About Technology  Schools are too resistant to new technology.  Teachers who use technology tend to use it poorly.  Parents are naive about how teens spend their time online. Source: Pew Internet and American Life Project www.pewinternet.org
    • 13. Who Are They?Multitaskers
    • 14. Who Are They?Meet Them In Cyberspace
    • 15. Who Are They?The 20-Somethings  Most likely of any demographic to be online at any given time.  Seek opportunities which are… 1. Convenient 2. High in Return on Investment 3. Participated in by Friends
    • 16. Technology Trends What Are Adult Online Trends?Most common online activity?Number of days online per week? Hours?Number of text messages per week?Number of screen names? Profiles? Source: Pew Internet and American Life Project www.pewinternet.org
    • 17. Technology Trends What Are Adult Online Trends?Most common online activity? Sending EmailNumber of days online per week? Hours?Number of text messages per week?Number of screen names? Profiles? Source: Pew Internet and American Life Project www.pewinternet.org
    • 18. Technology Trends What Are Adult Online Trends?Most common online activity?Number of days online per week? Hours?Number of text messages per week?Number of screen names? Profiles? Source: Pew Internet and American Life Project www.pewinternet.org
    • 19. Technology Trends What Are Adult Online Trends?Most common online activity? Playing Video GamesNumber of days online per week? Hours?Number of text messages per week?Number of screen names? Profiles? Source: Pew Internet and American Life Project www.pewinternet.org
    • 20. Technology Trends What Are Adult Online Trends?Most common online activity? Playing Video GamesNumber of days online per week? 3 Hours? 10Number of text messages per week?Number of screen names? Profiles? Source: Pew Internet and American Life Project www.pewinternet.org
    • 21. Technology Trends What Are Adult Online Trends?Most common online activity? Playing Video GamesNumber of days online per week? Hours?Number of text messages per week?Number of screen names? Profiles? Source: Pew Internet and American Life Project www.pewinternet.org
    • 22. Technology Trends What Are Adult Online Trends?Most common online activity? Playing Video GamesNumber of days online per week? 5 Hours? 20Number of text messages per week?Number of screen names? Profiles? Source: Pew Internet and American Life Project www.pewinternet.org
    • 23. Technology Trends What Are Adult Online Trends?Most common online activity? Playing Video GamesNumber of days online per week? 5 Hours? 20Number of text messages per week? 7Number of screen names? Profiles? Source: Pew Internet and American Life Project www.pewinternet.org
    • 24. Technology Trends What Are Adult Online Trends?Most common online activity? Playing Video GamesNumber of days online per week? 5 Hours? 20Number of text messages per week? 7Number of screen names? 2 Profiles? 1-3 Source: Pew Internet and American Life Project www.pewinternet.org
    • 25. Technology Trends What Are Youth Online Trends?Most common online activity?Number of days online per week? Hours?Number of text messages per week?Number of screen names? Profiles? Source: Pew Internet and American Life Project www.pewinternet.org
    • 26. Technology Trends What Are Youth Online Trends?Most common online activity? Listening to MusicNumber of days online per week? Hours?Number of text messages per week?Number of screen names? Profiles? Source: Pew Internet and American Life Project www.pewinternet.org
    • 27. Technology Trends What Are Youth Online Trends?Most common online activity?Number of days online per week? Hours?Number of text messages per week?Number of screen names? Profiles? Source: Pew Internet and American Life Project www.pewinternet.org
    • 28. Technology Trends What Are Youth Online Trends?Most common online activity? Playing Video GamesNumber of days online per week? Hours?Number of text messages per week?Number of screen names? Profiles? Source: Pew Internet and American Life Project www.pewinternet.org
    • 29. Technology Trends What Are Youth Online Trends?Most common online activity? Playing Video GamesNumber of days online per week? 5-7 Hours? 16Number of text messages per week?Number of screen names? Profiles? Source: Pew Internet and American Life Project www.pewinternet.org
    • 30. Technology Trends What Are Youth Online Trends?Most common online activity? Playing Video GamesNumber of days online per week? 5-7 Hours? 16Number of text messages per week? 35Number of screen names? Profiles? Source: Pew Internet and American Life Project www.pewinternet.org
    • 31. Technology Trends What Are Youth Online Trends?Most common online activity? Playing Video GamesNumber of days online per week? 5-7 Hours? 16Number of text messages per week? 35Number of screen names? 5 Profiles? 3-5 Source: Pew Internet and American Life Project www.pewinternet.org
    • 32. “Binary” Human Barometer 1 0(Yes) ( No)
    • 33. Is it appropriate for a 12 yearold to have a MySpace profile? 1 0(Yes) ( No)
    • 34. Are personal relationshipsonline as important as thosethat are face-to-face? 1 0(Yes) ( No)
    • 35. Is the internet an appropriateplace to explore and developpersonal identity? 1 0(Yes) ( No)
    • 36. What Happens Online?Social Networking • Sites host photos, video, and personal information. • Broadcast profile changes across friends list (i.e. the Facebook break-up) • Easily viewed and modified with text messages or from cellular web browser.
    • 37. What Happens Online?Social Networking
    • 38. What Happens Online?Listening to Music • Illegal downloading is now a real legal danger, and becoming a thing of the past. • Free, commercial free streaming radio is increasingly common. • iTunes, Amazon.com, and even Walmart are providing legal music download services.
    • 39. What Happens Online?Watching Short Videos • YouTube illustrates the new web; user submitted content and socially driven popularity. • Plays into “reality” television phenomenon of this generation. • Presents its own set of dangers.
    • 40. The NegativeCyberbullying • Nearly half of teens have been bullied online. One fourth have had repeated situations. • 62% of those bullied online have not told an adult. • Girls are much more likely to be both the victim and aggressor in online bullying. • Increasingly methodical and involving multiple aggressors.
    • 41. The NegativeInappropriate Content • The average teen has been exposed to unwanted adult material online. • Simple mistakes in web addresses, common search terms, and links from otherwise appropriate sites can all lead to exposure. • Most teens won’t tell a parent for fear of losing internet privileges.
    • 42. The NegativeSexting • 20% of teens admit to sending or receiving nude or semi-nude digital photos. • Felony charges for child pornography can and have been filed and won. • Can easily be posted and reposted.
    • 43. The NegativeContact With Strangers • 64% of teens post photos and personal information online. • 69% have been contacted by someone they don’t know. • 25% have considered meeting someone in person whom they met online. • 1 in 5 children have been sexually solicited via the internet.
    • 44. The NegativeInstant Peer Pressure • Flash Mobs, generally harmless, illustrate how spontaneous actions can be arranged within moments. • Even diligent parents can be overwhelmed by the sheer number of connections and mediums.
    • 45. Signs of Online Trouble for TeensGiving up offline activities to stay onlineKeeping behavior a secret even from peersIncreased depression/anxietyIncreased problems with offline behaviorDeleting/hiding things about computer useMeeting unknown people face to faceIncreased spending/buying onlineReceiving strange packages in the mailConstantly accessing the Internet from their cell phone
    • 46. Top Tips for Safe Teens OnlineStay up-to-date on popular web trends and habitsEducate yourself about the dangers on the webKeep the computer in a common area of the houseSpend time with your children onlineSet reasonable limits for internet time and contentDiscuss dangers of posting personal information andphotos online, and disallow it without permissionBe aware of other ways your child is accessing the webVisit your child’s profiles, blog, and Google them, withtheir knowledge.
    • 47. Great Sites for More Tips www.ikeepsafe.org www.internetbehavior.com www.cybersmart.org www.isafe.org
    • 48. Contact Cameron Kruger (218) 213-4500 Consulting in…cckruger@gmail.com • Technology • Service-Learning • Youth Leadership • Program Managementwww.horizonnps.com