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Parent Info Night: Technology
Parent Info Night: Technology
Parent Info Night: Technology
Parent Info Night: Technology
Parent Info Night: Technology
Parent Info Night: Technology
Parent Info Night: Technology
Parent Info Night: Technology
Parent Info Night: Technology
Parent Info Night: Technology
Parent Info Night: Technology
Parent Info Night: Technology
Parent Info Night: Technology
Parent Info Night: Technology
Parent Info Night: Technology
Parent Info Night: Technology
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  • introduce Elizabeth, Zach, Kath Weekes, \nthe choir - the ones who show\nshort shelf life - kids grow, tech changes \n
  • agenda - time, booklet, last slide\ntime for questions\n
  • Proponent desert first - here are the recs start early! \nHard truth -parents must manage- put computer where you can see it, time it, monitor activities\n#1 rec is talk - keep conversations open and light #2 rec is listen (backwards?)\nNext - something you need to know...and really smart kids don’t comprehend\n
  • Hence - your surveillance of how the internet is used in your house has long term effects\nMany, many lower school children use email and social networks of some sort \nPrivacy and ‘habits of use’ need drills as much as soccer skills do\n
  • Using your superlative foresight as your children expand their online communications\nreread before you send not anonymous to Google \nDon’t let kids go it alone\nthe rules are that if I have email - parents will be looking\n
  • Video from common sense media on online reputations\nthey don’t understand the breadth of their digital audience\nHow many different online identities do our kids have?\nCrystal story here?\n
  • Choose devices according to the features you are willing to allow your child to use\nAnd the parental control features that allow you to approve privileges as children grow \n
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  • passwords are sacred\n
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  • Elizabeth and I work closely on these topics\nI can’t teach your kids how to behave at home, I have enough trouble doing that here...\nReally - I hope I am backing you up. Here are some main threads --\n
  • These are cumulative, we review using new activities each year, and then go forward from there\n
  • kids at school - not out on major search engines - we use teacher approved websites\nSafe Search NZ\nno wikipedia, please - not approved for academic endeavors\n
  • Safesearch nz search - for home searches for kids\n
  • Thanks!\n
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    • 1. Kids,! ! ! Computers,! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Online Safety HRS Lower School Technology October 2011 (and likely to be out of date next week)
    • 2. Good Evening! 20? short minutes Net Cetera Resources Questions & discussion
    • 3. RecommendationsSupervise technology useTalk with your kids Ask questions Repeat yourselfListen and be ready to respond
    • 4. “Public by default andprivate through effort”  -Danah Boyd
    • 5. Your Super VisionOutline acceptable mannersDiscuss visibility vs anonymityState that you have their backKnow where your kids are goingReview their friends lists
    • 6. Social Not-working?Controlling personal information Find the privacy controlsComfort zone for posts What might Ms Abbey see?You can’t take it back The WayBackMachine
    • 7. MobileCommunication
    • 8. How much sharing is OK? Photo? Video? Texting? GPS?Set some rulesSet an example
    • 9. ?Your computer security
    • 10. Supervision vs FiltersSavvy kidsFile sharing & open networks
    • 11. Media Literacy &Digital Citizenship
    • 12. Grade 2 - Privacy, Safety, marketingGrade 3 - Spam, phishing, strangersGrade 4 - Resistance to ads, onlinemanners, authenticating information,cyber bullyingGrade 5 - Propaganda, evaluating websites, communications advice from the6th graders
    • 13. Information Literacy: The Library and the Lab
    • 14. Grade 2 - Google Earth, Global HomesGrade 3 - Mammals, California resourcesGrade 4 - People, Music, StatesGrade 5 - HIstory, Energy, Social Justicedb, Anna Head, and the Establishment
    • 15. Resources for ParentsNet Cetera: Booklet and other info: http://www.onguardonline.gov/topics/net-cetera.aspxCommon Craft on Reputation: http://www.commoncraft.com/protecting-reputations-videoSafe Search New Zealand: http://www.safesearch.co.nz/SweetSearch http://www.sweetsearch.com/WayBackMachine: http://www.archive.org/web/web.phpGrowing Up Digital: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/11/21/technology/21brain.html?pagewanted=1&_r=2&ref=homepage&src=meChildrenOnline: http://childrenonline.org/publications.htmlCommonsense Media: http://www.commonsensemedia.org/ConnectSafely: http://www.connectsafely.org/OnGuardOnline: http://www.onguardonline.gov/iKeepSafe: http://www.ikeepsafe.org/WiredSafety: http://www.wiredsafety.org/Google Family Safety Center http://www.google.com/familysafety/Facebook Safety: http://www.connectsafely.org/Safety-Advice-Articles/facebook-for-parents.htmlHRS Library DataBases: http://www.headroyce.org/page.cfm?p=1118

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