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A presentation designed to increase the educator's knowledge about the federal CIPA and COPPA laws. Also a wealth of resources for teaching students K-12 internet safety.

A presentation designed to increase the educator's knowledge about the federal CIPA and COPPA laws. Also a wealth of resources for teaching students K-12 internet safety.

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  • Internet Safety for Elementary Students
    Meg Griffin
    Central Bucks School District
    megbg60@gmail.com
  • http://tinyurl.com/y9wmq9z
    Please take this quick survey before we get started.
  • Teachers
  • Students must:
    gain the knowledge, skills, and values to independently make safe and responsible choices in a highly interactive, mobile technology environment where they are both consumers and creators of content and will interact with a wide range of people.
  • Understand the risks
    - Know how to avoid getting into risk, detect if they are at risk, and respond effectively,
    including asking for help
    • Are responsible and ethical
    - Do not harm others
    - Respect the privacy and property of others
    • Pay attention to the well-being of others
    - Make sure their friends and others are safe
    - Report concerns to an appropriate adult or site
    • Promote online civility and respect
  • The Laws
  • CIPA
    Children's Internet Protection Act
  • CIPA
    Children's Internet Protection Act
    “visual depictions that are obscene, child pornography, or harmful to minors...”
  • http://www.ntia.doc.gov/ntiahome/ntiageneral/cipa2003/
    cipareport_08142003.htm
  • COPPA
    Children's Online Privacy Protection Act
    The use of pre-arranged photos, taken in a protected environment such as a school or hospital, and showing a highly-defined and recognizable image, requires a release"
  • COPPA
    Children's Online Privacy Protection Act
    The use of pre-arranged photos, taken in a protected environment such as a school or hospital, and showing a highly-defined and recognizable image, requires a release"
  • COPPA
    2008 Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Sony Music) has agreed to pay $1 million as part of a settlement to resolve Federal Trade Commission charges that it violated COPPA
    2006 Xanga Fined $1 Million For COPPA Violation
  • Filtering
  • FILTERING
    Required by CIPA but…
  • Washington Post column by Justin Reich points out that web filters in schools do a great job limiting what teachers can search while not doing much to protect kids.  Reich calls filters “knee-high fences around the Internet” that “may trip up older folks, but teens leap right over.”
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/07/10/AR2009071003459.html
  • ALA quotes the National Research Council whose report insightfully points out:
    “Swimming pools can be dangerous for children. To protect them, one can install locks, put up fences, and deploy pool alarms. All these measures are helpful, but by far the most important thing that one can do for one’s children is to teach them to swim.”
    http://www.lita.org/ala/aboutala/offices/oif/ifissues/ALA_print_layout_1_112849_112849.cfm
  • The false security that has been generated through reliance on these tools has undermined the establishment of effective education and supervision practices, at school or at home.
    A Briefing for Educators:
    Online Social Networking Communities and Youth Risk
    Nancy E. Willard, Director
  • What to Do?
  • http://www.attorneygeneral.gov/kidsparents.aspx?id=2323
  • http://www.attorneygeneral.gov/kid_site/index.htm
  • http://nsba.org/site/docs/41400/41340.pdf
  • NATIONAL SCHOOL BOARDS ASSOCIATION
    strike the appropriate balance
    between protecting their students
    and providing a 21st century education
    http://nsba.org/site/docs/41400/41340.pdf
  • should attempt to use social networking as part of the educational process. Whether they know it or not, kids are engaged in informal learning through their use of social networking so why not use the same technology for formal learning? And while you’re at it, incorporate digital citizenship and media literacy into your teaching. 
    http://www.safekids.com/index.php?s=teachers
  • http://www.netsmartz.org/educators.htm
  • Copyright
  • The Educator's Guide to Copyright and Fair Use
    http://www.educationworld.com/a_curr/curr280.shtml
  • THE DIGITAL MILLENNIUM COPYRIGHT ACT OF 1998
    http://www.copyright.gov/legislation/dmca.pdf
  • Acceptable Use
  • http://www.isafe.org/imgs/pdf/education/AUPs.pdf
  • Acceptable Use Policy Examples
    http://www.bfccps.org/main/Technology/Documents/AUP.pdf
    http://www.8e6.com/documents/pdfs/best_practices/AUP_
    Best_Practices_Guide_K12.pdf
    http://www.justice.gov/criminal/cybercrime/rules/acceptableUsePolicy.htm
  • Resources
    http://www.safekids.com/
    http://protecteverychild.org/kids/default.php
    http://cyberbully.org/
    http://www.educationworld.com/a_tech/columnists/willard/willard008.shtml
    http://www.ciese.org/internetsafety.html
  • megbg60@gmail.com
    https://mgriffin.wikispaces.com/