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Safe Social Media educational project at a glance

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Empowering teenagers for a safer usage of Social Media in the family and in the schools. (PPT by Manuel Villalobos) …

Empowering teenagers for a safer usage of Social Media in the family and in the schools. (PPT by Manuel Villalobos)
An educational program:
• to Promote the rights of teenagers through a training program in the use of the media.
• to Empower their character for a safer usage of Social Media in the family and in the schools.
• to make Sustainable their relation with ICT

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  • 1. Stop violence in social media Safe Social Media project at a glance Empowering teenag ers for a safer usage of Social Media in the family and in the schools
  • 2. Social Media• Information • Intimacy• Immediacy • Sociability• Interaction • Personality• …
  • 3. Insight• 91,5% of teenagers go online at home.• 72% of parents doesnt play videogames with their children.• 50% of teenagers doesnt receive advices from their parents on the right use of social media.• 48,6 % admits writing& talking to strangers.
  • 4. Insight• 27,6 % doesnt pay attention on the time and habbits of their teens on tv, videogames, internet...• 44% of parents have educated in the right use of Social Media.• 91,5% of teens go online at Home, only 40,8% go at school.
  • 5. Opportunities & Risk
  • 6. Opportunities & Risk• Falling into so- called multi-tasking, lack of concentration, poor time management…• Superficiality: The brevity and shallowness of the messages generated.• Individualism: Keeps the management of the social networks closed to the advice of parents so that children get inappropriate advice, preventing them from enjoying even more of the advantages of the social networks.
  • 7. Opportunities & Risk• Immaturity: Failing to develop a mature and responsible attitude on networks. It transforms the opportunities into threats to oneself and others, promoting bad curiosity, disrespect, lying...• Vulnerable: Exposure to violence, pornography, pedophilia, grooming, ciberbullying...• Right sense: One is not able to distinguish whether the response is adequate or not.
  • 8. Summary• This creates uncertainty and education becomes unbalanced in relation to the child’s age and the wishes of their parents.• Internet and new  digital technologies represent a useful tool  learning.  the for At same time,  a complex  is and eemingly  unregulated. 
  • 9. Summary• One way,  then, where you can find  great benefits, but also situations and risk behaviors. • It is therefore important  raise awareness to among  teachers about the importance and benefits of  safe and responsibleuse of new technologies  schools. in
  • 10. Summary• In our  opinion, however, there are four critical elements:2. children often use new technologies with little awareness;2. parents  often do not have adequate levels  expertise  new media  of on  and struggle  play an  to effective education;
  • 11. Summary 1. the school does not always have  skills the to  able to  be give very own contribution. 4. lack of ability on the part  teachers  take of to advantage  the  of new technologies  the in learning process.•The usefulness of carrying out  educational anprogram  teachers is that  will provide for wetheoretical and practical tools  the education forof students  and families today and  those who forattend classes  the future  these teachers. in of
  • 12. An educational program• to Promote the rights of teenagers through a training program in the use of the media.• to Empower their character for a safer usage of Social Media in the family and in the schools.• to make Sustainable their relation with ICT
  • 13. An educational programWhere• Natural way to learn• High authority• Large Experience• Schools (profesors, teens and parents)• Sustainability
  • 14. An educational programHow• Analysis of the context and best practices.• Search of available scientific data and reports on situation and prevention of violence in the social media. More than 500 scientific articles, papers and educational highlights related to responsible digital citizenship, violence (cyberbullying, racism, pornography,...), habits, consumption, tips, etc... in Social Media.• Analysis focus group (parents asoc., pedagogues, psychologists, educators and experts in new technologies.
  • 15. An educational program• The Overall Goal of Safe Social Media is: Reduce exposure to violence for children and adolescents through an educational program in the use of social media.
  • 16. Safe Social Media• To navigate without drowning• To empower their decission making• To increase their personal responsibility• To promote their interaction making them think on the positive and negative models  transmitted through  video games, social networks  and the Internet.• To reduce the impact of violence contents in the social media
  • 17. The educational program
  • 18. The educational program• For children/teens aged 12 to 17 years• Online questionnaire• Training at schools – Presentation (15 min) Internet and social networks module (30 min) Videogames module (30 min) TV and media module (30 min) Conclusion (15 min)• Safe Social Media Contest
  • 19. Online questionnaire• A Questionnaire for the assessment of the educational project• The survey has three main goals:3. to improve the educational program,4. to analyze the effectiveness of the program5. to know more about the lifestyle of the teenagers in the Social Media.
  • 20. Online questionnaire• To measure the impact of the pedagogical intervention we need identify a set of indicators to assess the results of programs and awareness campaigns, to improve efficiency and develop a list of good practice.
  • 21. Training in schools • The goal is to empower individuals involved in the program, by providing them with critical and decision- making tools, so that they can, independently and / or with the support of responsible adults, avoid or limit potential risks of social media.
  • 22. Training in schools• Interaction • Risk & opportunities• Cases study • Digital citizenship• Think on consecuences ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?? ? ? ?• Follow social project • Dialogue • Be friendly
  • 23. Training in schools
  • 24. 36 4800 200 ? 2 ?? ? ???? ? ? 12 7000 aprox
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  • 26. Safe Social Media Contest
  • 27. • At the end of the experience carried out in each school we draw a report for parents and teachers in which we collect some conclusion on the reaction and answer of the teens during the lesson and how they can influence in their character and lifestyles.
  • 28. The opinion of teachers• "Its a good way to get into the world where many children dont have adult models: the use of internet, the social network, and also, the videogames which are often unfamiliar to the adults". 
  • 29. • "I think it was a great opportunity to have participated in the project Safe Social Media. It made the children understand the dangers they are exposed to in using the social media inappropriately. It also made them assume certain risks with respect to their "privacy". It allowed the teachers to see the children in a more complete way, being an area unknown to the teachers, and yet with a big influence on the children. Its a world which frequently escapes us. Ive seen many boys unmotivated in class, absent- minded, and sometimes, I dare say, hooked on these topics, and we dont know how to handle the situation".
  • 30. • “What has been appreciated very well is the positive tone of the sessions, and the continued reference and invitation to a dialogue between the children and their parents and teachers. The sessions made them see ICT as allies towards an integral educational formation. Encouraging the correct use of the social media permits the children to discover, to develop and to grow in positive values such as sense of responsibility, conscience, maturity, solidarity, respect for others and intimacy”.
  • 31. The opinion of manangers• “Es una magnífica forma de adquirir hábitos de conducta construidos desde la diferenciación de lo que conviene y no. Iniciativas como la de Safe Social Media son imprescindibles, ya que actúan no sólo en el plano de orientación entre los menores y su relación con las nuevas tecnologías, también en las ventajas que para los padres supone la inmersión en la cultura de Internet, para que desde dentro puedan aprender y compartir con sus hijos.” Francisco Ruiz, Family Safety Center, Google
  • 32. The opinion of manangers• Sergio Chiarla sottolinea che la “chiave per una formazione equilibrata è che i genitori giochino con i figli. Nel gioco, i nostri figli ci mostrano e condividono valori e atteggiamenti che noi come genitori abbiamo bisogno di conoscere per orientarli meglio”. Sergio Chiarla, trainer of Safe Social Media
  • 33. Thank you for your attentionWe are sure that with Safe Social Media we will promotea responsible use of Social Media and as a result we willbe creating social capital in the family and in the school. • http:// www.safesocialmedia.eu • http://www.facebook.com/SafeMediaEU http://twitter.com/SafeMediaEU