DIgital Citizenship for Parents of Middle School Students

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This is the keynote that was presented at the parent night about digital citizenship.

This is the keynote that was presented at the parent night about digital citizenship.

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Transcript

  • 1. Digital Citizenship Digital Citizenship
  • 2. Technology is here...
  • 3. Responsibility!With great power comes great responsibility!
  • 4. Cyber Bullying
  • 5. IF You Are Bullied
  • 6. IF You Are Bullied1. Don’t respond and don’t engage the bully. Block the bully if you can.
  • 7. IF You Are Bullied1. Don’t respond and don’t engage the bully. Block the bully if you can.2. Keep a record or screenshot of the bullying.
  • 8. IF You Are Bullied1. Don’t respond and don’t engage the bully. Block the bully if you can.2. Keep a record or screenshot of the bullying.3. Get help! Talk to a friend or trusted adult.
  • 9. IF You Are Bullied1. Don’t respond and don’t engage the bully. Block the bully if you can.2. Keep a record or screenshot of the bullying.3. Get help! Talk to a friend or trusted adult.4. Take action! If the bullying continues, take the evidence to a teacher/counselor/ principal.
  • 10. Online Reputation
  • 11. Protect Your Reputation
  • 12. Protect Your Reputation1. Think before you post. Posting is permanent.
  • 13. Protect Your Reputation1. Think before you post. Posting is permanent.2. Private is never private. There are ways of getting around privacy settings.
  • 14. Protect Your Reputation1. Think before you post. Posting is permanent.2. Private is never private. There are ways of getting around privacy settings.3. Check your online footprint. Google your name to see what has been posted about you.
  • 15. Protect Your Reputation1. Think before you post. Posting is permanent.2. Private is never private. There are ways of getting around privacy settings.3. Check your online footprint. Google your name to see what has been posted about you.4. Get Help. If you find bad things about yourself, get help to have it taken down. Contact an adult or the website to have it removed.
  • 16. acy Set tings!Priv
  • 17. Be Safe Online
  • 18. Be Safe Online
  • 19. Be Safe Online1. Keep your identity private. Don’t give out your full name, address, or phone number.
  • 20. Be Safe Online1. Keep your identity private. Don’t give out your full name, address, or phone number.2. Don’t get together with someone you meet online.
  • 21. Be Safe Online1. Keep your identity private. Don’t give out your full name, address, or phone number.2. Don’t get together with someone you meet online.3. Don’t reply to nasty emails, chats, or messages. Don’t respond to anything that makes you uncomfortable.
  • 22. Be Safe Online1. Keep your identity private. Don’t give out your full name, address, or phone number.2. Don’t get together with someone you meet online.3. Don’t reply to nasty emails, chats, or messages. Don’t respond to anything that makes you uncomfortable.4. Never give out your passwords to anyone!
  • 23. What can parents do?Keep all computers in a public space; not inyour child’s bedroom and limit his or hermedia timeCheck the History of your browser(Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc)Create a Facebook account and request tobe a friend to your childTalk with your child about the responsibleuse of technology
  • 24. What can parents do?Monitor your child’s use of technologyView programs, games and websites along withyour child and discuss the contentSupport efforts to establish media educationprograms in your child’s schoolEncourage other forms of entertainment likereading, athletics, hobbies and creative pursuits
  • 25. Would you bring these to school?
  • 26. Would you bring these to school?
  • 27. Would you bring these to school?
  • 28. Should you play this at school?
  • 29. [APPR OVED ]
  • 30. What are my responsibilities as a citizen of AISD middle school?