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  • 1. Social Networks and Online Safety Glenn Wiebe ESSDACK [email_address]
  • 2. Yo! Wuzzzzzzzup? STRAIGHT? I hit u up cuz I wanna tell u what happnd in class 2 day. GMBO IDK We had a new QT in class and he wuz totally TIGHT. He and I talked 4 like the whole period. NU will never believe what he said 2 me b4 he left, CYO A3? Maybe 2NYT? OMG P911 B4N BBL
  • 3. Hi there! What’s up? Clear to talk? I am chatting with you because I want to tell you what happened in class today. Giggling by butt off, I did not know we had a new cutie in class. He was totally cute. He and I talked for the whole period. I know you will never believe what he said to me before he left, “See you online, anytime? Maybe tonight?” Oh my God, my parents are coming! Bye for now. Be back later.
  • 4. Some stats
    • 21 million teens - 87% of youth ages 12-17 are online
    Pew Internet & American Life Project, Teens and Technology: Youth are leading the transition to a fully wired and mobile nation ,
  • 5.
    • 64% of parents say they have Internet rules
    • 37% of teens say they have rules
    Pew Internet & American Life Project, Teens and Technology: Youth are leading the transition to a fully wired and mobile nation ,
  • 6.
    • 62% of parents report checking on what sites kids visit
    • 33% of teens say their parents check on their activities online
    Pew Internet & American Life Project, Teens and Technology: Youth are leading the transition to a fully wired and mobile nation ,
  • 7. Assumptions
    • The best filter is a human brain
    • The world is changing / so are your kids
  • 8.
    • The top 10 jobs predicted for 2010 didn’t exist in 2004
    • There over 100 million registered MySpace users
    • Last year a 7 year-old signed a six figure endorsement deal to play professional video games
    • The 25% of the population in China with the highest IQs is greater than the total population of North America
  • 9. Assumptions
    • The best filter is a human brain
    • The world is changing / so are your kids
    • It’s not going away
    • The good outweighs the bad
  • 10. It’s just a tool
  • 11. The tool as good
    • Improves student learning
    • Tools for the 21st century
    • World size classroom
    • Kid friendly search tools
    • Fantastic resources
  • 12. The tool as evil
    • Inappropriate content
    • Undesirable behavior reinforced
    • Privacy violations
    • Cyberbullying
    • Strangers / predators
  • 13. Social networks
    • An interactive, user-submitted network that might include friends, personal profiles, blogs, groups, photos, music and videos
  • 14. You’ve heard about this
  • 15. But what about this? www.takingitglobal.org
  • 16. Or this? www.digitaldividenetwork.org
  • 17. Or this? www.myspace.com/brooklyncollegelibrary
  • 18. How about these?
    • Delicious
      • <del.icio.us>
    • Library Thing
      • <www.librarything.com>
    • Kaboodle
      • <www.kaboodle.com>
    • Box
      • <box.net>
  • 19. Or these?
    • Flickr
      • Photo sharing site
      • <www.flickr.com>
    • YouTube
      • Video sharing site
      • <www.youtube.com>
  • 20. The rules are the same!
    • Live by the Golden Rule
    • Don’t talk to strangers
    • Come straight home from school
    • Don’t be a bully
    • Don’t take candy for strangers
    • We need to know your friends
  • 21. Where to start?
    • Agree on a contract
    • Sit with kid / bookmark their sites
    • Think about filters
    • No private computers
    • Use the net yourself
  • 22. Questions
    • What do you got?
  • 23.
    • CyberSmart <www.cybersmart.org>
    • Wired Kids <www.wiredkids.org>
    • Wired Safety <www.wiredsafety.org>
  • 24.
    • Safe Kids <www.safekids.com>
    • Be Safe Online <www.besafeonline.org>
    • CyberBully <www.cyberbully.org>
  • 25.
    • Get NetWise <www.getnetwise.org>
    • NetSmartz <www.netsmartz.org>
    • Online Lingo List <www.kdcop.com>