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A presentation to parents about some basic aspects of cybersafety, cyberbullying and social networks. The aim is to empower parents to talk with their children about their activities online, whether ...

A presentation to parents about some basic aspects of cybersafety, cyberbullying and social networks. The aim is to empower parents to talk with their children about their activities online, whether it is social or school-related.

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  • Growing up, I had some rules that my parents imposed:1. Be home before dark, or as we sometimes said, be home before the street lights turn on.
  • 2. No telephone calls after 9:00 p.m.
  • 3. Strict Bedtime, especially in ES and MSWhat rules did you, the parents, have when growing up?
  • IN small groups, list your concerns about your child and his/her use of technology (computers, iPods, cell phones, game consoles, etc)Most of these can be grouped into social issues, health issues, lack of understanding
  • Are you aware of how your children use technology? How do you monitor that use?Instant messengerText messagingSocial networks - MySpace, Facebook, etcDiscussion boardsBlogsVideos
  • Symbiotic relationships between schools and parents
  • Ground rules include “internet contracts”
  • Flaming – online fights, usually through e-mails, instant messaging (IM), or chatrooms whereangry, rude, or offensive messages are exchanged.Denigration – posting mean comments online through e-mails, IM, chatrooms, “bashboards,”social networking sites, or websites set up specifically to make fun of someone.Exclusion – intentionally leaving someone out of an online group or community, such as IM buddy lists or friends lists on social networking pages.Outing –sharing secrets about someone online, including private information, pictures, andvideosTrickery – tricking someone into revealing personal information and then sharing it with othersonline.Impersonation – pretending to be someone else when sending or posting mean or falsemessages online that makes someone look bad, gets someone into trouble,or puts someone in danger.Harassment – repeatedly sending malicious messages to someone online.Cyberstalking – continuous harassment and denigration, including threats of physical harm.
  • • Text or digital imaging messages sent on cell phone• E-mails • Instant messaging • Web pages • Web logs (blogs) • Chat rooms or discussion groups • Other information communication technologies
  • Has lost interest in school work or suddenly begins to do poorly in schoolAppears sad, moody, teary, or depressed when he or she comes homeComplains frequently of headaches, stomachaches, or other physical ailmentsHas trouble sleeping or has frequent bad dreamsExperiences a loss of appetiteAppears anxious and suffers from low self-esteem
  • Significant change in amount of time on computer.Excessive text messaging or phone calls.Sudden change in peer group (interaction)
  • What are the 3 most important things that you are going to share with your partner?What is the 1 thing discuss with your child?

Digital Students, Digital Parents Digital Students, Digital Parents Presentation Transcript

  • Digital StudentsDigital Parents
    Clint Hamada
  • Our Goals Today
  • Goal
    Discuss:
    how our children use technology
    how we monitor that use
    what are our concerns
  • Goal
    Learn some basic strategies to help empower parents when discussing concerns related to technology with their children
  • Goal
    Walk away with some resources that can be used in the future.
  • Introduction
  • Rules
  • Rules
  • Rules
  • Activity
  • Discussion
    What are your concerns?
  • Discussion
    How do you monitor tech use?
  • Sharing Responsibility
  • This Just In…
  • Young people on the other hand see technologies (and especially the internet) as a vital part of their social life and the building of their identity. Mobile phones seem to be the key to young people’s social lives (ACMA, 2007)… (T)he most significant milestones towards adulthood are now acquiring a mobile phone and joining online social networking sites.
    Young People and Technology
    Prof. Helen McGrath
    2009
  • Cyber Safety
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ja8xtQNQYDQ
  • Concerns
    Privacy
    Inappropriate Use
  • What Can You Do?
    Parents
    Computer in Public Areas
    Check Browser History
    Passwords
    Develop ground rules
    Students
    “Do no harm”
    Never give private information
    Follow the family internet ground rules
  • Cyber Bullying
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NbtajOvAU10
  • Types of CyberBullying
    Flaming
    Denigration
    Exclusion
    Outing
    Trickery
    Impersonation
    Harassment
    Cyberstalking
  • Methods
    SMS
    Email
    Instant Messaging
    Web pages
    Blogs
    Chat rooms
    Discussion Boards
  • Signs of Bullying
    • Has lost interest in school work or suddenly begins to do poorly in school
    • Appears sad, moody, teary, or depressed when he or she comes home
    • Complains frequently of headaches, stomachaches, or other physical ailments
    • Has trouble sleeping or has frequent bad dreams
    • Experiences a loss of appetite
    • Appears anxious and suffers from low self-esteem
  • Signs of CyberBullying
    • Significant change in amount of time on computer.
    • Excessive text messaging or phone calls.
    • Sudden change in peer group (interaction)
  • What Can You Do?
    • Do not respond in a way that will further the situation
    • Limit the audience
    • Tell them to stop and it is not appreciated
    • Block them, where possible
    • Keep the evidence
    • Report it to parents of perpetrator
    • Inform the school
  • Social Networks
  • Social Networks
  • Social Networks
  • Social Networks
  • Social Networks
  • What Can You Do?
    Parents
    • Set boundaries.
    • Be interested! Ask questions, just like you do with their F2F friends.
    • Ask to be shown their profile page … tomorrow.
    • Join and ask to be their ‘friend’.
    • Most kids really do use social networks just to communicate with their friends.
  • Reflection
  • Resources
    Cyberbullying
    http://cyberbullying.us/index.php - Cyberbully Research Center
     http://www.cyberbullying.org/
    http://www.wiredsafety.org/
     
    Sample Online Contracts
    http://kids.getnetwise.org/tools/toolscontracts
    http://www.theparentsedge.com/Contract.html
     
    Cyber Safety
    http://www.cybersafety.ca.gov/parents/default.asp
    http://www.netsmartz.org/index.aspx
  • Sources
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