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Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe.
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Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe. A presentation to the parents of St Therese Catholic Primary School West Wollongong

Cyberbullying and Cybersafety - Keeping your child safe. A presentation to the parents of St Therese Catholic Primary School West Wollongong

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  • 1. Cyber Bullying - Cyber Safety What you can do to keep your child safe Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  • 2. What is Cyber Bullying? Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  • 3. What is Cyber Safety? Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  • 4. Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  • 5. Some Statistics Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  • 6. Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  • 7. and perspective Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  • 8. Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  • 9. Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  • 10. Type of Cyberbullies Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  • 11. What to do if you are Cyberbullied For Parents Preserve evidence Stop or remove the material Identify the Bully and talk to them In extreme cases contact the Police Schools - Contact the parents of the student and request their assistance in resolving the matter. Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  • 12. Would you say it face to face? Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  • 13. What to do if you are Cyberbullied For Students Donʼt reply to abusive messages, that may only encourage the bully. Keep a record of events/messages or pictures Think before you send pictures of someone via email, or mobile phone, they can spread far beyond your circle of friends. If you receive a rude image or text about someone else do not forward it You have a right not to be harassed and bullied online, make sure you tell someone. Treat your password like your toothbrush. Donʼt let anyone else use it. Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  • 14. Cyber Safety
  • 15. Why? Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  • 16. Why? Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  • 17. Staying Safe Social Networking 4 Key Safety Issues Flirty Nicknames Flirty Photos Listing a Surname Listing a Mobile Number Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  • 18. Target Shopping? Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  • 19. Residence Locator? Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  • 20. Think before you post Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  • 21. Messaging Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  • 22. Research from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children found • 71% of teens (ages 13-17) reported receiving messages online from people they don’t know
  • 23. • 40% reported that they would usually reply and chat with that person
  • 24. • 30% considered meeting someone that they have only talked to online
  • 25. • 14% have actually had such an encounter (9% of 13- to 15- year-olds)
  • 26. Think before you post Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  • 27. What can you do? • Talk to your child about their account and actions • Show them educational movies • Ask them to block users they don’t know • Visit netalert.com.au Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  • 28. How do we protect your child at school? • Email Filtering • www filtering • Blocking • History • Tracking Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
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  • 31. Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  • 32. Where can you go for help?
  • 33. http://thebigquestion.edublogs.org/
  • 34. Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  • 35. Resources Image: 'MobilePhone' www.kidscape.org.uk/assets/downloads/conference091104/ www.flickr.com/photos/ MaryLouiseMorris-Cyberbullying.pdf 8935385@N02/567270484 http://www.flickr.com/photos/mkeefe/1457984966/sizes/o/ Image: 'firegirl' http://farm1.static.flickr.com/22/29039456_7514623a34_b.jpg www.flickr.com/photos/ 95713476@N00/5602167 http://www.flickr.com/photos/69108241@N00/179642445/sizes l/ Children & Cyberbullying 2007 http://www.flickr.com/photos/mugley/2167036107/sizes/o/ http://www.slideshare.net/robslides/children- cyberbullying-2007 http://www.flickr.com/photos/mzn37/2802221141/sizes/o/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/themonk/ 234455696/sizes/o/ Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW

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