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  • 1. BREAKING NEWS STUDENT POSTS PHONE NUMBER ON INTERNET PARENTS APPALLED TEACHERS TO BLAME By QuennaBeston, DarciBratsch, Jordan Hinkle, and Kya Range
  • 2. PARENTS AND EDUCATORS ASK “WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?” “After an Internet safety course, do students have a better understanding of what to post and what not to post?” “Does the school incorporate an Internet safety lesson into courses?” “Where is the line drawn between parents educating their children about Internet safety and teachers discussing the issue with them?” do students “What already know about Internet safety?” “How do we stress the importance of Internet safety?” “How do we prevent students from posting personal information that they want to share?”
  • 3. WHAT ARE SCHOOL DISTRICTS DOING ABOUT IT? ON A COLLEGE LEVEL, ACCEPTIBLE USE POLICIES ARE IN PLACE SCHOOL DISTRICTS IN IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO HAVE CODES OF STUDENT CONDUCT AND COMPUTER USE AGREEMENTS. PARENTS AND STUDENTS HAVE ACCESS TO INTERNET SAFETY SITES.
  • 4. ALL STUDENTS NEED TO BE AWARE WHETHER THEY ARE IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MIDDLE SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL OR COLLEGE EVERY STUDENT NEEDS TO KNOW ABOUT INTERNET SAFETY
  • 5. WHAT TEACHERS ARE DOING IN ELEMENTARY SETTINGS With Internet awareness rising in the elementary schools, teachers are looking to videos, websites, and lesson plans that discuss Internet safety for young children. They are using children’s websites to introduce the topic: • http://www.brainpopjr.com/artsandtechnology/technology/internetsaf ety/ • http://www.kn.att.com/wired/fil/pages/listinternetne.html They are using websites designed for teachers to incorporate into lesson plans: • http://www.edutopia.org/blog/internet-safety-younger-elementarymary-beth-hertz • http://www.kgcs.k12.va.us/kges/isafe_resources_k_12.htm
  • 6. MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • 7. HIGH SCHOOL
  • 8. WHERE CAN PARENTS AND TEACHERS FIND MORE INFORMATION ABOUT INTERNET SAFETY? • • • • • • If there are no policies or lessons in place for students, one could start a committee to create a policy Research can always be conducted to see what other districts or schools do The research isn’t limited to districts or schools near you, the internet is jammed packed with resources Teachers should be communicating with parents to ask them what they think is appropriate and necessary. You can discuss what’s appropriate with your principal or district leaders You, as the teacher, can share Internet Safety sites with your students
  • 9. RESOURCES Bonneville Joint School District No. 93. (2013). Code of Student Conduct. Retrieved from http://www3.d93.k12.id.us/media/142468/code%20of%20student%20conduct-parent-student.pdf Bonneville Joint School District No. 93. (2013). Computer Use Agreement. Retrieved from http://www3.d93.k12.id.us/media/42287/3270f.pdf Bonneville Joint School District No. 93. (2013). Internet Safety. Retrieved from http://www.d93schools.org/pages/Bonneville/Technology/Internet_Safety Power Point Clipart. (2013). Hertz, M. (2012, June 4). How to Teach Internet Safety to Younger Elementary Students. Retrieved from http://www.edutopia.org/blog/internet-safety-younger-elementary-mary-beth-hertz iLearnProjec. (2013) Middle School Students on Computers. Retrieved from http://ilearnproject.com/online-learning/chapter-4blended-learning/middle-school-students-on-computers-2/ Net Safety Advocates. (2013, August 23.) Internet Safety in the Elementary Years. Retrieved from http://www.kn.att.com/wired/fil/pages/listinternetne.html)