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Presentation given to the Glenview Values meeting on April 14th, 2009. Presenters were Mona Boudreaux, Brian Engle, and Andrew Kohl.

Presentation given to the Glenview Values meeting on April 14th, 2009. Presenters were Mona Boudreaux, Brian Engle, and Andrew Kohl.

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  • Digital Learners Digital Citizens Glenview Values April 13, 2009
  • 1,000,000,000,000+
  • Digital Learners Always On Always Learning Geeking Out View slide
  • Using The Internet Young Instant Messaging Games Wireless Dating Housing New Jobs Create Content P2P Services Cultural Information Rating Things Adult Content Gen X / Boomers Transactions Get news / political info Health Job-related information Info for new jobs New housing Religious information Seniors Email Weather Use government web sites Get maps / directions News Research travel View slide
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  • 33% of online teens share their own creations online, such as artwork, photos, stories or videos.
  • Over 50% have created content for the internet, using existing content they’ve found on the web.
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  • “ Because they have been using digital technology all their lives, our children feel they have authority over it.” “ But technology cannot teach them how to reflect upon and evaluate the information they are gathering online.” -- Rose Luckin
  • Source: Online Behavior of Youth Survey Cox Communication Over 61% of teens have a profile on a site such as MySpace or Facebook.
  • Social Networking
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  • MASH UP Photos Blogs Chat Email News Videos Contacts ?
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  • 20% of young people report that it is safe to share personal information on a public site. 37% said that they are “not concerned” about someone using information that they’ve posted. Source: Online Behavior of Youth Survey Cox Communication
  • 71% have received messages online from someone they don’t know . 30% have considered meeting someone that they’ve only talked to online. 14% have actually met someone. Source: Online Behavior of Youth Survey Cox Communication
  • 33% of fourth through sixth graders said they were completely unsupervised online. Among 2nd and 3rd graders, 20% reported that someone had been mean to them online within the last year.
  • Cyberbullying: Use of the internet, cell phones or other technology to hurt or embarrass another person.
  • Four in Ten teens Have experienced cyberbullying in the past year Source: Harris Interactive Youth Survey, 2007
  • Types of Cyberbullying
  • Flaming Flaming
  • Exclusion
  • Harassment / Denigration
  • Impersonation
  • How Students Deal
    • Change their email address
    • Digitally block the bully
    • Refuse to pass along messages
    • Tell their friends - disconnect the bully from the network
    • Talk to their parents / teachers
    Source: Harris Interactive Youth Survey, 2007
  • Young people who have talked to their parents about internet safety:
    • Are less likely to have public photos of themselves online.
    • Are more likely to question messages from unfamiliar people.
    • Are less likely to forge relationships with strangers.
    • Are more likely to report a problem if it happens.
  • For Adults...
    • Listen and ask questions
    • Ask to see profile pages... tomorrow!
    • It’s not an invasion of privacy if everyone can read it.
    • See the good and the risk
    • Save the digital evidence
  • For Young Users
    • Help kids understand the value of their personal information from an early age.
    • Familiarize yourself with the internet by spending time online together.
    • Learn how young people use the internet and acknowledge their world.
  • Information on the web is permanent . It may not even be your property anymore...
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