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  • 1. IT’S MIDNIGHT SOMEWHERE ON THE INTERNET…. DO YOU KNOW WHO YOUR TEENAGER IS TALKING TO ?
  • 2. of students say the main way they keep in touch with friends is through e-mail, instant messaging, or chat rooms. 34.1%
  • 3. of students have given out personal information (name, sex, age) over the Internet. 29.2%
  • 4. of students are online an average of more than an hour everyday. 24.3%
  • 5. of students say they do not feel safe on the Internet. 24%
  • 6. of students say they have visited inappropriate places online. 25%
  • 7. of students say if their parents knew where they went or with whom they chatted on the Internet, they would disapprove, restrict their computer use, or take it away. 24%
  • 8. of students see nothing wrong with chatting with strangers on the Internet (2003-04 survey). 24%
  • 9. of students trust those with whom they chat online. 37%
  • 10. of students have seen something on the Internet that they consider dangerous. 28%
  • 11. of students say kids and teens need to learn Internet safety. 81.9%
  • 12. NRHS USES THE FOLLOWING TECHNOLOGY LITERACY STANDARDS TO TEACH STUDENTS ABOUT INTERNET SAFETY
  • 13. Technology Literacy Standard Health and Safety (2.3 ) Describe and use safe and appropriate practices when participating in online communities, such as discussion groups, blogs, and social networking sites. (2.32)
  • 14. Technology Literacy Standard Health and Safety (2.3 ) Explain and use practices to protect one's personal safety online (e.g., not sharing personal information with strangers, being alert for online predators, reporting suspicious activities). (2.33)
  • 15. Technology Literacy Standard Health and Safety (2.3 ) Explain ways individuals can protect their technology systems and information from unethical users. (2.34)
  • 16. Technology Literacy Standard Health and Safety (2.3 ) Attend NRHS Web Safety Awareness program prior to signing the Nashoba Regional School District’s AUP. (2.3/NRSD)
  • 17. Have questions? Officer Michael Sallese (Certified in Web Safety) Mary Marotta (NRHS Instructional Technology Specialist and Dept. Chair for Technology Education/Business) Visit Web Safety Table Visit the Nashoba High School website for more information