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  • Add clicker question- have you sexting?Change the studyof sextingPoll: Have you sexted?infograohic source: http://visual.ly/truth-about-teen-sextingStatistics from: http://www.covenanteyes.com/2012/01/10/sexting-statistics-what-do-the-surveys-say/Some companies, such as WebSafety Inc., have developed software that parents can use to monitor certain activity on cell phones and computers. They can, for instance, block X-rated texting terms or be alerted when their child is using them, says Mike Adler, the company's CEO. Photos are trickier, though, and often require a parent to manually check a child's phone. According to a 2008 survey by CosmoGirl.com and The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy (http://www.thenationalcampaign.org/sextech/PDF/SexTech_Summary.pdf), 20 percent of the 653 teens who responded to the survey said they had sent nude or semi-nude photos of themselves via cell phone. Thirty-eight percent of girls and 39 percent of boys surveyed reported having seen a nude or semi-nude image that had originally been sent to someone else.So she reminds her young patients: "Even though it seems like fun and so exciting right now, that person may not always feel the same way about you. And you may not feel the same way about that person either." WHAT ARE SOME EXAMPLES OF SEXTING?A few middle school girls are at a slumber party and use their cell phones to take and send topless photos of themselves to their friends. A high school boy e-mails a nude photo of himself to a high school girl he met on a social networking website.WHAT ARE SOME EXAMPLES OF SEXTING THAT CLEARLY INDICATE ILLEGAL CONDUCT?A high school boy sends a partially nude photo of himself to his high school girlfriend. When they break up a few months later, she forwards the photo to all of her friends. A high school junior tells a freshman girl that he will take her to the prom if she sends him sexually explicit photos of herself. Because she wants to attend the prom, she uses a digital camera to take partially nude photos of herself and e-mails them to the boy.
  • 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: CNN's Randi Kaye has the story of Hope Witsell, a 13-year-old girl who committed suicide after being bullied.------------------------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.
  • Related news: http://www.cnn.com/2013/01/03/tech/mobile/snapchat/?hpt=te_t1Snapchat is a mobile app which lets users share images or videos that disappear after a few seconds. Not bad for a mobile tool which, rightly or wrongly, is often cited for one very specific ability -- the "sexting" of naughty images to other users. In an age when young people are constantly being warned not to post inappropriate things online, Snapchat offers a degree of freedom by letting users share unfiltered thoughts or images without much fear of reprisal.Snapchat users may think their naughty images will never come back to haunt them. But people can still grab screenshots from their phones, even though both Snapchat and Facebook Poke notify the sender if the recipient of an image takes a shot of it.
  • The left image: Apple Patents Technology that May Stop Sexting by KidsThe right image:My Mobile Watchdog - parental controls for the cell phoneWeb Safety, Inc.’s “Cell Safety”: An application for smart phones designed to help parents monitor their child’s cell phone activity. Parents receive alerts when their children are sent certain problematic keywords (which, Web Safety says, is the world’s largest database of its kind, with 4,000 terms that “indicate a child is in harm’s way.”) Cell Safety also features a slew of other child-monitoring tools, from GPS tracking to one that prevents texting while driving.GoGoStat Parental Guidance: The GoGoStat iPhone app was developed by Schakra, one of the sponsors of the International Bullying Prevention Association Conference, and alerts parents when kids post or receive inappropriate messages, displays the age and location of anyone their child intends to friend on Facebook, and has a panic button feature that automatically sends a report to the police in case of emergency.AI demo how to do thisApple IOS :Parents can enable Restrictionson an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to prevent access to specific features. Learn more about the types of Restrictions that are available, as well as how to enable or disable Restrictions on your device.
  • 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
  • After viewing the video about Ryan Halligan's ordeal and considering last week's topics of online behavior, is there a balance that could have prevented this? What do you think of the potential of programs like Stop, Block, and Tell? What aspects of it do you feel would be the most and least successful? Considering the different online and offline aspects of the MySpace fight, which areas do you feel the school has jurisdiction?-What the school should do about this? Awareness, support, report systems, policy: the procedure, even outside the school, the consequencesIf it is not happen in school, what should school do? http://www.indiana.edu/~educw200/week13.html
  • http://www.stopbullying.gov/cyberbullying/what-is-it/index.html
  • Left video:Amanda Todd committed suicide on October 10, 2012 at her home in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada. Prior to her death, Todd posted a video on YouTube in which she used a series of flash cards to tell of her experience of being blackmailed, bullied, and physically assaulted. News source: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/cyberbullied-teen-commits-suicide-article-1.1181875http://abcnews.go.com/International/bullied-teen-amanda-todd-leaves-chilling-youtube-video/story?id=17463266#.UOUPaInjnfcAmanda’s original video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=vOHXGNx-E7E--------Right up video: several girls allegedly hacked a social media site of a 12-year-old Jefferson School student and injected "sexually derogatory information" on the account.News source: http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-girls-accused-of-cyberbullying-classmate-on-instagram-20130328,0,7433474.story--------Right bottom video: cbs news what a bullied life looks likehttp://www.cbsnews.com/8301-500172_162-20107216.htmlThe completeepisode: bullying:wordscankill http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=7381364nWhat’s the most important thing that you got from this video?It’s all your fault.Doing nothing can be bad.
  • 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
  • Type in a chat room (anonymous)The following are some examples of cyberbullying and its possible impact at school: In the first incident, there is clearly a significant risk that Ashley will have difficulties in school, resulting in school failure and avoidance. Further, she could respond by attacking the bullies at school or by committing suicide.
  • http://www.ncpc.org/newsroom/current-campaigns/bully-prevention/spot-the-clues
  • Other resources: http://www.ryanpatrickhalligan.org/resources/resources.htmSocial 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.
  • After reading about cyber bullying, Jeremiah Anthony, 17, a junior at Iowa City West High School, has taken to social media to tweet daily compliments to his classmates in an effort to build them up. NBC’s Kevin Tibbles reports.http://video.today.msnbc.msn.com/today/50395735#50395735
  • Week 13 w200_spring2013_part6

    1. 1. Sexting & Cyberbullying SAFETYEDUC W200 Week 13
    3. 3. HAVE YOU SEXTED?• Sexting : sending and receiving sexually explicit cell phone photos EDUC W200 Week 13
    4. 4. WHAT ARE THE POTENTIAL CONSEQUENCES OFTHIS ACTIVITY? Hope’s story 6 teens charged in sexting case Allys Story EDUC W200 Week 13
    5. 5. CAN’T WE DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT? • Parental Controls • The apps for parental monitoring: o Web Safety, Inc.’s “Cell Safety” o GOGOSTAT o uKnowKids DEMO: • iOS: Understanding Restrictions (Parental Controls for ipad, iphone, ipod touch) EDUC W200 Week 13
    6. 6. THE MOM CONTRACT Video link EDUC W200 Week 13
    7. 7. CLASS PREP Q1&Q2 DISCUSSION• What role should the school have regarding to online arguments, and issues such as that experienced by Ryan Halligan?• STUDENTS’ IDEAShttp://www.indiana.edu/~educw200/week13.html EDUC W200 Week 13
    8. 8. CYBERBULLYINGEDUC W200 Week 13
    9. 9. CYBERBULLYING STORIES Girls accused of cyber-bullying classmate on InstagramAmanda’s story What a bullied life looks like EDUC W200 Week 13
    11. 11. DISCUSSION• Some high school students created a “We hate Ashley” profile on a popular social networking profile. On this “slam book” profile, they have posted cruel and vicious comments about Ashley. They invite students to send Ashley email messages telling her how ugly she is and how no one likes her.• Have you ever heard of any similar stories? EDUC W200 Week 13
    12. 12. SOME SIGNS A CHILD IS BEING 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 Source:1.National Crime Prevention Council “Spot the clues”” 2. http://www.stopbullying.gov/at-risk/warning-signs/index.html EDUC W200 Week 13
    13. 13. WHAT SCHOOL & PARENTS CAN DO?• Schools: o School Messengers Anonymous Communication “Talk About It” o Social Net Watcher o What about your school? Did they do something to prevent bullying?• Parents o Parenting Suggestions Regarding Technology o Resources for prarents EDUC W200 Week 13
    14. 14. TALKING A STAND AGAINST BULLYING EDUC W200 Week 13 Video link