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  • Infographic Link: http://www.commonsensemedia.org/sites/default/files/zero_to_eight_2013.pdfhttp://www.edudemic.com/media-in-childrens-lives/3/4 of children have access to mobile devices at homeSmartphones are the most commonly used devices (63% up from 41% two years ago).Tablets come a close second at 40% – compared with 8% two years ago!The number of kids who have used mobile devices has about doubled since two years ago (38% to 72%)Average daily use of mobile devices has tripled (from 5 minutes to 15 minutes a day)The number of children under 2 who have used a mobile device has risen to 38% from 10% in 2011.Traditional screen time (TV) is down from two years ago, but mobile screen time is up.Most children using mobile devices are either playing games, using apps, or watching videos on the device.The average child spends 1 hr 55 minutes per day in front of a screen – and this is still dominated by TV despite the rise in mobile usage.More and more of this screen time is becoming DVR, on demand, and streaming.The ‘digital divide’ between rich and poor still exists – high income families are three times as likely to own a tablet and more than twice as likely to have high speed internet.54% of higher income families use mobile devices for educational content but only 27% of lower income families do.
  • infograohic source: http://visual.ly/truth-about-teen-sextingStatistics from: http://www.covenanteyes.com/2012/01/10/sexting-statistics-what-do-the-surveys-say/
  • Choose one of the videos to show. The right video: http://www.kcci.com/news/central-iowa/6-teens-charged-in-sexting-case/-/9357080/17484238/-/95e5u2/-/index.html6 teens charged in sexting caseA teen girl taking her own picture with a cellphone and sending it to a teenage boy at Independence Junior/Senior High School in Independence. He forwarded it to several friends, who sent it on to several others.-------------------------The middle video: http://www.commonsensemedia.org/videos/allys-story-video-second-thoughts-on-sextingAlly's Story Video - Second Thoughts on SextingProfiles a high school sophomore who suffers the consequences of sending naked photos, or sexts, to her ex-boyfriend.-------------------------The leftvideo: A great tragedy happened last summer. An article on Cincinnatti.com from March 22 [http://news.cincinnati.com/article/20090322/NEWS01/903220312/-1/TODAY] tells of Jessica Logan, a lovely 18 year old girl, who took her own life. She took a nude picture of herself and sent it to her boyfriend, who then sent it on to others, and it reached hundreds of eyes. She was then endlessly tormented by kids for being a “slut, porn queen, whore.”------------------------This is something could affect your life in the future. Maybe the kids see this just for fun, but they don’t know how serious it is. You as a teacher, you need to help your students be aware of this.
  • This video shows how you can discuss this sensitive topic with your students
  • BYOD(BRING YOUR OWN DEVICES)-ask students about this issue from a teacher perspective, how many of you have smartphoneMom Has Son Sign 18-point Agreement for iPhonenews: http://abcnews.go.com/US/massachusetts-mom-son-sign-18-point-agreement-iphone/story?id=18094401#.UOUYU4njnfc
  • infographic source: McAfee, May 3, 2012, http://blogs.mcafee.com/?attachment_id=18245CyberbullyingAlmost 25% of teens claimed to be targets of cyber bullying and 2/3 of all teens have witnessed cruel behavior onlineOnly 10% of parents are aware of their teens are targets of cyber bullyingFacebook has become the new school yard for bullies with 92.6% of teens saying that cruel behavior takes place on Facebook, and 23.8% on Twitter, 17.7% on MySpace and 15.2% via Instant MessengerWhen witnessing others being attacked, 40% of teens have told the person to stop, 21% have told an adult and 6% joined inWhen being attacked themselves, 66% of teens responded to the attacker (with 35% responding in person), 15.4% avoided school, and an alarming 4.5% have been in a physical fight with their attacker
  • Cuberbullying: Using the internet/online/electronic media to bully someone.
  • Discuss some ideas you liked from class prep responses
  • Sources:1.National Crime Prevention Council “Spot the clues””2. http://www.stopbullying.gov/at-risk/warning-signs/index.html
  • Social Net Watcher: Once installed, The SoNet App runs inconspicuously in the background of the Facebook page. Any posts that may potentially harm students at school will immediately be forwarded to school administrators for their review. SoNet does not read student’s posts.Report It: Provides a list of emails/weblinks for famous social networking sites were you can contact to report any kind of abuseSchool Climate 2.0: A book that addresses that latest research on cyberbullying and sexting and provides a road map for developing a positive climate at schools to reduce teen technology misuse.Discussion Question: What about your school? Did they do something to prevent cyberbullying?
  • http://cnn.com/video/?/video/bestoftv/2010/10/17/nr.armstrong.bullies.cnn
  • Link to State Cyberbullying Laws pdf: http://www.cyberbullying.us/Bullying_and_Cyberbullying_Laws.pdfLink to State Sexting Laws pdf: http://www.cyberbullying.us/state_sexting_laws.pdfNote. Indiana does not have a sexting law
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    • 1. Sexting & Cyberbullying ONLINE SAFETY EDUC W200 Week 13
    • 2. EDUC W200 Week 13
    • 3. HAVE YOU EVER SEXTED OR BEEN SEXTED? • Sexting : sending and receiving sexually explicit cell phone photos EDUC W200 Week 13
    • 4. WHAT ARE THE POTENTIAL CONSEQUENCES OF THIS ACTIVITY? Hope’s story 6 Teens charged in sexting case Ally's Story EDUC W200 Week 13
    • 5. IF YOU WANT SOMETHING TO BE PRIVATE… DON’T SHARE IT? EDUC W200 Week 13 Video link
    • 6. YOUR ROLE AS A TEACHER EDUC W200 Week 13
    • 7. YOUR ROLE AS A PARENT? Parental Controls • Parental control Apps for SmartPhones EDUC W200 Week 13
    • 8. THE MOM CONTRACT EDUC W200 Week 13
    • 9. CYBERBULLYING EDUC W200 Week 13
    • 10. TECHNOLOGY FUELS CYBERBULLYING EDUC W200 Week 13
    • 11. OTHER CYBERBULLYING STORIES Amanda’s story Hannah Smith EDUC W200 Week 13
    • 12. CLASS PREP DISCUSSION • What role should the school have regarding to online arguments, and issues such as that experienced by Ryan Halligan? • What do you think about the decision made by the UTAH HS Football Coach suspending the Entire Team? EDUC W200 Week 13
    • 13. SOME SIGNS A CHILD IS BEING CYBER/BULLIED • Withdrawal • Drop in grades • Lost or destroyed clothing, books, electronics, or jewelry • Sudden loss of friends • Avoidance of school and other activities • Bruises or Unexplainable injuries • Need for extra money or supplies • Self-destructive behaviors such as running away from home, harming themselves, or talking about suicide EDUC W200 Week 13
    • 14. WHAT SCHOOL & PARENTS CAN DO? • Schools: o School Messenger's Anonymous Communication “Talk About It” o Social Net Watcher o Free Cyberbullying Toolkit for teachers o School Climate 2.0: Preventing Cyberbullying and Sexting One Classroom at a Time • Parents: o Parental Monitoring Software for Computer activities and Social Networking sites o Resources for parents • You: o Report It EDUC W200 Week 13
    • 15. CYBERBULLYING TIPS FOR PARENTS AND KIDS EDUC W200 Week 13
    • 16. TAKING A STAND AGAINST CYBERBULLYING EDUC W200 Week 13
    • 17. WHAT ARE INDIANA’S POLICIES ON CYBER/BULLYING? EDUC W200 Week 13