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Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach
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Judi Fallon, the Alannah & Madeline Foundation: Building e-Smart Schools – A Cultural and Behavioural Change Approach

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Judi Fallon, eSmart Schools Program Manager, The Alannah and Madeline Foundation delivered this presentation at the 2014 Child Online Safety & Protection conference in Sydney. The need to protect …

Judi Fallon, eSmart Schools Program Manager, The Alannah and Madeline Foundation delivered this presentation at the 2014 Child Online Safety & Protection conference in Sydney. The need to protect children online is at the forefront of parents and teachers minds. The prevalence and use of social media tools is rising and with it comes a wide range of issues which have the potential to impact our future generations.

The Inaugural Child Online Safety & Protection Conference focused on policies, programs and practices for protecting children’s privacy rights and ensuring their safety online. For more information about the event, please visit the conference website:
http://www.informa.com.au/childonlinesafetyconference14

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  • 1. Building eSmart Schools – A Cultural & Behavioral Change Approach Judi Fallon: Manager, eSmart Schools Child Online Safety & Protection Conference March 2014 © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 2. The Alannah and Madeline Foundation © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 3. The Foundation’s Vision, Mission and Values The Alannah and Madeline Foundation is a national charity protecting children from violence and its devastating effects. Mission Vision Values Keeping children safe from violence The Foundation's vision is that every child will live in a safe and supportive environment Caring, friendliness, valuing difference, including others, respect and responsibility © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 4. The Foundation’s Patrons and Ambassadors Founding Patron and Co-Founder Walter Mikac National Patron The Prime Minister of Australia International Patron Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mary of Denmark Ambassadors Aaron Blabey Robert ‘Dipper’ Di Pierdomenico © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 5. Three focus areas 1. Care 2. Prevention 3. Advocacy National Centre Against Bullying Buddy Bags Children Ahead Refuge Therapeutic Support Program eSmart Homes (in development) eSmart Workplaces (in development) © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 6. Our program reach © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 7. Cyberbullying Cyberbullying refers to bullying that is carried out using digital technologies. For example: • harassment via a mobile phone • setting up a defamatory personal website • deliberately excluding someone from social networking spaces. Cyberbullying can happen at any time. It can be in public or in private, and sometimes only known to the target and the person bullying. © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 8. Cyberbullying Types of behaviours: • Setting-up images • Video-clips • Text messages • Masquerading • Methods: • Mobile phones • Email • Websites Prank calls • Chat rooms and blogs • Rumours • Instant messaging • ‘Sham’ sites • Video sharing sites • Hate sites • Voting sites • Social networking sites • Repeated insults • Games • Mass blocking © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 9. Social networking Almost all young Australians are online with 90 per cent of 16 to 29 year olds using the internet daily. • 90 per cent of 13 to 17 year olds, and • 97 per cent of 16 to 17 year olds, use Social Networking Services (SNS) * Nielsen, 2010 © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 10. Video uploads In a recent Monash University study, an average of 38.5 per cent of students reported that they posted videos online.* The proportion rises to 69.8 per cent for year 10 students. * Monash University, SNS and Risks (2011) © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 11. The social media revolution See link © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 12. eSmart • Equips everyone in the school community with the skills and knowledge they need for smart, safe and responsible use of technology so they become good digital citizens. • Provides a roadmap to the best available cybersafety and wellbeing resources and curriculum. • Is a system for schools to track their implementation of cybersafety and wellbeing and report on their progress. • Schools work towards achieving eSmart status. © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 13. The eSmart Schools Framework Supports development of: • • • Protective behaviours Supportive and relationship building behaviours Reporting of incidents. Incorporates: • • • • Wellbeing issues (e.g. values/relationships/self-esteem) e-security (e.g. scams, spam, viruses) Ethics (e.g. downloading, plagiarism) Criminal activity (e.g. sexual harassment, predation) Is under-pinned by smart use of technology. © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 14. The eSmart Schools Framework © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 15. eSmart program components © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 16. Effective whole school strategies • Clear definitions of bullying, cyberbullying etc • Policies, programs and procedures regularly reviewed Reporting mechanisms are known by all • Report management processes are managed effectively and staff roles are clearly understood • Survey students regularly to monitor issues and progress • Teach students specifically about social skills, positive and responsible use of technology © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 17. Domain 2: School plans, policies and procedures ● Creating whole-school policies and procedures ● Whole-school behaviour management plan and procedures ● Acceptable Use agreements. © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 18. Support: • Resources • Case studies • Tools. © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 19. Cybersafety resources http://www.cybersmart.gov.au/ [Accessed: 9/3/12] © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 20. Cybersafety resources http://www.thinkuknow.org.au/site/ [accessed on 9/3/12] © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 21. Cybersafety resources http://www.staysmartonline.gov.au/ [Accessed on 9/3/12] © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 22. Cybersafety resources http://www.dbcde.gov.au/easyguide [Accessed 13/3/12] © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 23. Cybersafety resources http://safely.yahoo.com/ [Accessed 9/3/12] © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 24. Suggested resources Bully Stoppers website •Advice sheets for students, parents and schools on sexting and pressure pix http://www.education.vic.gov.au /about/programs/bullystoppers/P ages/advice.aspx © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 25. Suggested resources Bully Stoppers website •Interactive Learning Modules for parents on Cybersafety and Social Media •See Wendy at the following link; http://www.education.vic.gov.au /about/programs/bullystoppers/P ages/parentmodules.aspx © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 26. Cybersafety resources Where is Klaus? Cyberbullying EU © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 27. Domain 6: Partnerships with parents and the local community ● Parent involvement in the eSmart school ● Parent education about bullying, cybersafety and smart use of technology ● Links with community organisations. © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 28. eSmart in action… • Digital citizenship programs • Cross-age mentoring workshops • School-wide technology integration • Learning e-portfolios (for staff and students) • Reverse mentoring technology sessions • E-Learning and cybersafety committees © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 29. © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation
  • 30. Visit our website www.esmart.org.au © 2012 The Alannah and Madeline Foundation

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