Wollongong Diocese CyberSafety Forum

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Wollongong Diocese CyberSafety Forum

  1. 1. Cyber Bullying - Cyber Safety What you can do to keep your students safe Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  2. 2. Cyber Bullying - Cyber Safety What? Why? How? What?
  3. 3. Cyber Knowledge MattersCatholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  4. 4. What is CyberBullying? Inappropriate contact Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  5. 5. What isCyber Safety?Inappropriate contact Inappropriate content Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  6. 6. Why is it anissue now?
  7. 7. There are 7billion people onthe planet and 4 billion mobile devices.
  8. 8. technology doesnt cause bullying, howeverit does change the nature of it
  9. 9. Why does it matter to you?
  10. 10. Some StatisticsCatholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
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  12. 12. and perspectiveCatholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
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  15. 15. Would you say it face to face?Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  16. 16. 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
  17. 17. What can we do as adults?• Understand where your students are going online, whatthey are doing, and who they are talking to - this isabsolutely vital.• Accept and acknowledge how important technology is toyour students.• Dont ask your students if they are being cyberbullied. Usetheir language - have they seen mean texts circulating,humiliating photos or messages on others Facebook walls?
  18. 18. • Really listen to your students when they tell youtheir concerns. Discuss it with them.• Kids wont tell an adult about cyberbullying if theyfear the result will be removal of the phone orinternet access. Discuss this with your students andreassure them thats not how youll deal with it.
  19. 19. Cyber Safety
  20. 20. Why?Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  21. 21. Staying Safe Social Networking 4 Key Safety Issues Flirty Nicknames Flirty Photos Listing a Surname Listing a Mobile NumberCatholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  22. 22. Target Shopping?Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  23. 23. Residence Locator?Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  24. 24. Navigation Assistance
  25. 25. Think before you postCatholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  26. 26. MessagingCatholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  27. 27. Research from theNational Center for Missing & Exploited Children found • 71% of teens (ages 13-17) reported receiving messages online from people they don’t know
  28. 28. • 40% reported that they would usually reply and chat with that person
  29. 29. • 30% considered meeting someone that they have only talked to online
  30. 30. • 14% have actually had such an encounter (9% of 13- to 15- year-olds)
  31. 31. 14% - Thats 1 in 7 students have actually metsomeone that theyhave only talked to online
  32. 32. When you set up your profile, you canselect whether you want to receiveanonymous questions or not.If you do choose to allow anonymousquestions on your profile, or don’t like thequestions you’re asked, you can delete thequestion, block the user or report them.
  33. 33. Digital Reputation
  34. 34. Think before you postCatholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  35. 35. What can you do? • Talk to your students about their accounts and actions • Show them educational movies • Ask them to block users they don’t knowCatholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  36. 36. How do we protect your child at school? • Email Filtering • www filtering • Blocking • History • TrackingCatholic Education Office, Wollongong – RE and Learning Services – MW
  37. 37. Control and Check Access
  38. 38. Block Sites
  39. 39. Block Email
  40. 40. User Tracking
  41. 41. Search History
  42. 42. Where can you go for help?
  43. 43. http://groups.diigo.com/group/be-cybersmart-eliminate- cyberbullying
  44. 44. http://thebigquestion.edublogs.org/
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  46. 46. 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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