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2011 high-risk behaviors-hs

  1. 1. High RiskBehavior Christopher  Wells  
  2. 2. IPA  C
  3. 3. FERPA  •  School    •  Student  
  4. 4. Hah  Hah!    David’s  Dumb   and  Fat!  That  hurts  my   feelings!  Hey,  want  to  see   pictures  of  him   naked?  
  5. 5. And the POINT is…? Smarter Social Networking
  6. 6. Facebook Much?Posted  by  Brian  Solis,  briansolis.com,  March  2010  
  7. 7. Case Study:Facebook Valuation
  8. 8. Case Study:Facebook Valuation
  9. 9. Case Study:Facebook Valuation
  10. 10. Case Study:Facebook Valuation
  11. 11. So Many Choices…Source: Gigya, data from May 2010
  12. 12. How Important IS Your Info, Anyway?
  13. 13. Is Facebook worth your college career?Oxford University England
  14. 14. Or your job? “Facebook Status”•  Lindsay  (worker)  and  Brian  (boss)   – Lindsay:  OMG  I  HATE  MY  JOB!!  My  boss  is  …  always   making  me  do  stuff  just  to  p**s  me  off!!     – Brian:  Hi  Lindsay,  I  guess  you  forgot  about  adding  me   on  here?  Firstly,  dont  flaUer  yourself….  and  lastly,  you   also  seem  to  have  forgoUen  that  you  have  two  weeks   leW  on  your  six-­‐month  trial  period.  Dont  bother   coming  in  tomorrow.  Ill  pop  your  P45  in  the  post  and   you  can  come  in  whenever  you  like  to  pick  up  any   stuff  youve  leW  here.  And  yes,  Im  serious.  
  15. 15. http://www.kurtedelbrock.com/w`p-content/uploads/2010/10/Facebook-Infographic1.jpg
  16. 16. http://www.kurtedelbrock.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/Facebook-Infographic1.jpg
  17. 17. CyberBullying
  18. 18. Who is Impacted?A recent study (2007) by the Departmentfor Children, Schools and Families(DCSF) showed that up to 34 per cent of12 to 15-year-olds had experiencedsome form of cyber-bullying.Read more:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-483034/One-children-victim-cyber-bullying.html#ixzz1FehBJu94Published by Associated Newspapers LtdPart of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday & Metro Media Group
  19. 19. It’s about POWER•  Educate  •  Advocate  •  Illustrate  •  Girls  >  Boys  
  20. 20. Sexting
  21. 21. It’s aboutEXCITEMENT
  22. 22. •  Common  •  Middle  School  and  up  •  Girls  =  Boys  • AT  LEAST  15%   shared  without   permission  
  23. 23. How Important IS Your Privacy, Anyway?•  Facebook  default  se_ngs  over  `me  •  Source:  hUp://maUmckeon.com/facebook-­‐privacy/  •  MaU  McKeon  -­‐  developer  with  the  Visual  Communica`on  Lab   at  IBM  Researchs  Center  for  Social  SoWware  
  24. 24. March 1, 2011
  25. 25. Proposed  2011  
  26. 26. The  danger  in  communica`on  is  the  illusion  that  it   has  been   accomplished.   George  Bernard  Shaw  
  27. 27. Corollary• It  may  be  accomplished  without  your  knowledge.  • “FOAFs”  and  “Likejacking”  
  28. 28. And the POINT is…?Others’ Perception
  29. 29. YouPostedWHAT?
  30. 30. “Red Cup” PhotosWorld Food Programhttp://www.wfp.org/photos/gallery/red-cup-photo-gallery
  31. 31. Potential Leaders? Not anymore.
  32. 32. NOT. GOOD.http://www.classes2careers.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/red_party_cup.jpg
  33. 33. MANAGE YOUR FACE!!!!PostingPrivacyPerceptionsFriending
  34. 34. Smart habits are easy,Stupid decisionsare searchable.
  35. 35. Ques`ons?  Christopher Wellscwells@schooltechpolicies.com

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