SLF 2008 - Internet Safety snd Responsible Use

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Ollie Bray's Presentation on Internet Safety and Responsible Use from the Scottish Learning Festival 2008.

Ollie Bray's Presentation on Internet Safety and Responsible Use from the Scottish Learning Festival 2008.

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  • 1. www.olliebray.com Internet Safety and Responsible Use: for Pupils, Parents and Staff Ollie Bray East Lothian Council PC David Gunn Lothian and Borders Police
  • 2. About the Talk
    • East Lothian's Internet Safety Initiative
      • Parents
      • Teachers
      • Pupils
    • Some important messages for parents, teachers and children.
    • Some resources you can use in your school / education authority
    • Questions
  • 3. About East Lothian About 14,000 pupils in 35 primary schools and six secondary schools
  • 4. The importance of partnership Support: You!
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  • 6. CEOP Corporate Film
  • 7. www.thinkuknow.co.uk
  • 8. What are we trying to do?
    • Parent Training Events
      • Musselburgh pilot
      • One evening for all clusters
      • Now an established rolling programme
    • Starting to train ‘Think U Know’ trainers
      • One per primary school
      • Secondary guidance staff
    • Starting to Train all Staff
      • Training for all headteachers (1 hour session)
      • Think You Know Trainers up-date staff (1 hour session)
    • Compliment Existing resources
      • Keeping myself safe (primary and secondary)
      • Social education / PSHE input (primary and secondary)
  • 9. Our Aim
    • Hector’s World and Cyber Café are being used in the primary sector to compliment existing resources.
    • All Secondary children are trained in Think U Know (particularly S1 – S3).
    • All future S1 students are trained in Think U Know.
    • Digital literacy is the responsibility of all members of the school community .
  • 10. School Community School Staff School Students Parents / Carers Local Community The Musselburgh Grammar School Learning Community
  • 11. Why start with the parents? WE NEED TO DO MORE THAN SUPERVISE- WE NEED TO HELP EDUCATE CHALLENGE = to ensure that children are safe wherever they use the Internet IN SCHOOL Generally, supervised, protected and monitored OUT OF SCHOOL Often no filtering, supervision or monitoring
  • 12. Lessons learnt
    • This is something parents are genuinely interested in.
    • Don’t worry if not everyone turns up.
    • Make sure you post the letters home!
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  • 15. www.thinkuknow.co.uk
  • 16. 5 – 7 Years
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  • 19. Other Hectors World Resources
    • Movies available as stand alone resource (you don’t have to be connected to the Internet)
    • 5 lesson plans (including detailed activities)
    • A3 Posters, Song Sheets, stickers and colouring books.
  • 20. 8-10 years
  • 21. 8-10 years
  • 22. Other Cyber Café Resources
    • Cyber Café available as a stand alone resource (you don’t have to be connected to the Internet)
    • Nine lesson plans (including detailed activities)
  • 23. 11-16 years
  • 24. Think U Know Course
    • 1 – 1.5 hours
      • Includes two powerful videos
    • Delivered by an approved and trained Think U Know trainer
    • Initial target group S1 – S3
    • Then all S1 pupils on rolling basis
  • 25. Other resources
  • 26. Intermediate One - Unit
  • 27. 27 th August 2008
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  • 29. Why is education so important in this area?
    • 55% access the internet everyday
    • 47% for an hour or more
    • 21% liked IM/Chat the most
    • 15% used gaming sites
    • 11% used Social Networking sites
    • 33% had access in their bedrooms
    • 25% have met someone offline
    • 83% have taken a friend
    Sources: CEOP Questionnaire Analysis 2007
  • 30. 19 th December 2007
  • 31. What is the biggest Internet danger? That we concentrate on the dangers and forget the benefits.
  • 32. Benefits of the Internet
    • Educational games and programmes
    • Research information
    • The opportunity to communicate with people from all around the world
    • The opportunity to share resources and ideas with people that have the same interests
    • Shopping around the world without leaving your computer
  • 33. What are the dangers?
    • Content - sexual, racist, violent unreliable/bigoted i.e. safety of children’s minds
    • Commerce - scams, phishing and pharming, bluejacking, downloads which steal information– children’s and parents!
    • Contact - via interactive technologies – IM, chat, multiplayer games
    • Culture – bullying, camera phones, blogging, moblogging, social networking
  • 34. Key messages for everyone
  • 35. Adults and Children use the Internet in different ways DO YOU KNOW HOW YOUR CHILD USES THE INTERNET ? WE NEED TO BE INVOLVED IN OUR CHILDRENS’ ONLINE ACTIVITY, VALIDATE THEIR SKILLS + LEARN FROM THEM YOUNG PEOPLE Interactive chat, IM, Music, Games, PARENTS Mostly e-mail and web for research
  • 36. We must start to understand that being on-line is just being in another ‘real’ place
  • 37. The difference between Knowledge and Wisdom HELP YOUR CHILDREN TO UNDERSTAND THE CONTEXT TECHNOLOGY IS THROWING UP NEW IMPORTANT SAFETY ISSUES WHICH CHILDREN MAY NOT SEE KNOWLEDGE Many children pick up technology quicker ! WISDOM Understanding how to behave in a virtual world
  • 38. Children are not the same as they used to be Access to Unlimited Knowledge Vs Emotional Literacy and Social Immaturity
  • 39. Convergence + the Internet going mobile Already some children are receiving abusive/hoax txt messages As technologies converge we need to re-view the safety messages Increasingly mobile Fixed location for access eg home/school
  • 40. Mobile phones and the law
  • 41. Civic Government (Scotland) Act, 1982,
    • Section 52 - Indecent Child Photographs (1) Any person who- (a) takes , or permits to be taken or makes , any indecent photograph or pseudo-photograph of a child under 18 years
    • (b) distributes or shows such an indecent photograph or pseudo-photograph; (c) has in his possession such an indecent photograph or pseudo-photograph with a view to its being distributed or shown by himself or others; or (d) publishes or causes to be published any advertisement likely to be understood as conveying that the advertiser distributes or shows such an indecent photograph or pseudo-photograph, or intends to do so, shall be guilty of an offence under this section
    • Section 52A - Possession of Photographs  (1)  It is an offence for a person to have any indecent photograph or pseudo-photograph of a child under the age of 18 years in his possession.
  • 42. Computers
    • Case Law, it was upheld on appeal, that downloading images from the Internet was within Section 52(1)(a) (above).
    • The word "make" covered an activity whereby a computer was used to bring into existence data stored on a computer disk. A person who downloads images is making photographs.
    • Operation of a computer to download electronic signals could be distinguished from mere possession of indecent photographs (where the possessor has not himself been responsible for bringing the material into existence).
  • 43. Sex Offenders Register
    • Conviction for taking, possessing or distributing indecent images qualifies the accused to be registered on the Sex Offenders’ Register.
    • This means they tell the police where they live, where they are going on holiday, we limit their access to children, police can enter the house and the media are always looking for a story about a ‘sex pest.’
  • 44. Who commits what offences? Mary Stuart Robert Iain (loads to internet) Duncan (keeps on phone) Bruce (tells teacher)
  • 45. Offences
    • Stuart – takes, possesses,distributes(3)
    • Robert – possesses, distributes (4)
    • Duncan – possesses (1)
    • Iain – possesses, distributes (2 - ?)
    • Bruce – possesses?, but may have a defence
  • 46. You can not delete anything from the Internet, your computer or mobile phone.
  • 47. Naomi Broady, the National Under-18 Tennis Champion David Rice, the second-best British Tennis Junior
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  • 57. Introduction to Chat on-line
    • Chat rooms
    • Instant Messaging
    • Social networking
    • Blogs
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  • 60. Facebook social network: how are we connected?
  • 61. CEOP Training Film Habba Hotel Example
  • 62. CEOP Training Film Teenspot Example
  • 63. CEOP Training FILM MSN Example
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  • 65. Yaz Jones Angel Craig Beckram Kirsty Paul Burton G Seys
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  • 70. Ollie Bray Angel Craig Beckram Kirsty Paul Burton G Seys
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  • 76. Building up a picture First Name: Ollie / Oliver Surname: Bray Town: Weymouth, Dorset School: Radipole Primary School Information
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  • 82. 45 Spa Rd, Weymouth, DT3 5HS 16 St. Edwards Rd, Portland, DT5 2AU 8 Carriageway, Upwey, Weymouth, DT3 5QR
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  • 89. Building up a picture First Name: Ollie / Oliver Surname: Bray Town: Weymouth, Dorset School: Radipole Primary School School Address: DT3 5HS Targets Address: Spa Road Other: Picture (house and target) Directions to house Census Data Young people also normally give out lots more information. Including Age and Likes / Dislikes . There is also lots of evidence to suggest that some children use inappropriate language on the internet and post photos of inappropriate things . Information
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  • 91. www.thinkuknow.co.uk /
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  • 93. What is the biggest Internet danger? That we concentrate on the dangers and forget the benefits.
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  • 95. www.olliebray.com