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Internet safety open house 2011



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  • 1.
  • 2. Safety at School
    Filtered Internet
    Rules for computer use
    Privacy protected
  • 3. Internet @ Home
    Figures from Ofcom ‘Children’s Media Literacy’ Report 2011
  • 4. Social Networking
    Figures from Ofcom ‘Children’s Media Literacy’ Report 2011
  • 5. Internet in their Room
  • 6. Filtering
    63% of parents have no internet filtering or controls on internet use at home.
  • 7. The Internet is Everywhere
  • 8. It’s a Good Thing
    The internet is central to our everyday lives and those of our children. It can be a positive, fun place to interact with the world, with endless possibilities for learning and socialising.
  • 9. Parenting
    The protection and guidance parents provide creates confident Internet users who manage issues they encounter with confidence.
  • 10. Guidelines
    Keep anti-virus software updated
    Don’t respond to emails from strangers
    If it seems to good to be true – it’s a scam
  • 11. Set the Google Filter
  • 12. Cyberbullying
    Amplification: Online material can be taken out of context and shared broadly, which amplifies the impact bullying has.
    Perceived Anonymity: People tend to be crueler and spread gossip more quickly if they think they are anonymous and they won’t suffer consequences.
  • 13. Don’t Panic
  • 14. Help is on the way!
    Family Safety Tools
  • 15. Protection
    Use software to protect your computer.
    Talk to your children to protect them.
  • 16. Talk with your children about...
    what to do if bullied
    what to do if worried about content
    what to do if unsure about ‘friends’
    consequences of online activity
  • 17. Guidelines
    Share passwords with your children
    Have rules about the amount of computer time
    Help with keeping profiles private
    Try to share online activities
    Ask about online friends
  • 18. Remember the Positive
    Makes students authors of original work
    Helps students develop critical thinking and problem solving skills
    Improves digital 21st century job skills
  • 19. Goodnight