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What should parents be talking to their kids about for internet safety? Here are some issues to be aware with and resources to help parents talk to their kids.

What should parents be talking to their kids about for internet safety? Here are some issues to be aware with and resources to help parents talk to their kids.

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  • Why are we talking about this? Our students today will have jobs that do not exist yet!
  • Why are we talking about this? The state of New Jersey says we should be talking about this!
  • Why are we talking about this? Kids are using these tools NOW!
  • Why are we talking about this? Because we need parents help! Everyone should be talking to students about this: me, teachers, administration, parents!
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    • 1. DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
      Geocoding
      Netiquette
      Copy Right
      Antibullying
      Web Literacy
      Digital Reputation
      Creative Commons
      Internet Safety
      Acceptable Use
      Fair Use
      Privacy
      Presented by Mr. Shea
      Director of Technology
      Cyber Ethics
      Validity
    • 2. CITIZENSHIP
    • 3. What will the world look like?
      TECHNOLOGY OF THE FUTURE?
    • 4. NJCCCS Technology Literacy 8.1.8.D.1
      Model appropriate online behaviors
      related to cyber safety, cyber bullying,
      cyber security, and cyber ethics
      NJ CORE CONTENT
    • 5. About Lopatcong…
      98% of Lopatcong students have internet at home
      34% surf the internet for more than an hour a day
      54% have a laptop
      62% have an iPod
      78% have a cell phone
      54% of Lopatcong students have a Facebook account
      (324 middle school students surveyed)
    • 6. Talk About It
    • 7. Have you checked your privacy settings?
      (by default Facebook makes everything public)
      What about Immediacy?
      (how fast can you upload? 8-14 seconds?)
      Are pictures and wall posts permanent?
      (can’t I just delete them?)
      Privacy
    • 8. Permanent?
      Introducing:
      The waybackmachine
      (archive.org)
      May 10th, 2004
    • 9. Validity
      Who owns this website?
      Don Black
      (a leader of the KKK)
    • 10. Location Based Apps
      BE CAREFUL!!!
      Pictures and geocoding?
    • 11. ANTIBULLYING
      Internet bullying can happen 24x7
    • 12. ACCEPTABLE USE
      Digital Citizenship:
      it is YOUR internet, protect it!
    • 13. Mr. Shea’s Advice
      Act like anything you post on the web
      could be a headline…
    • 14. My Big Campus at Lopatcong
      http://www.mybigcampus.com/blog/mr-sheas-blog
    • 15. DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
      Presented by Mr. Shea
      Parent Resources:
      http://www.fosi.org/ - family online safety institute
      http://www.connectsafely.org - Facebook guide for parents
      http://onguardonline.gov/ - government online safety resources
      http://www.netsmartz.org – safety tips for kids, teens, & parents
      www.lopatsd.org