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  • Positive behaviour in cyberspace is no different from behaving positively in real life. The examples you have given for positive behaviour in real life are based on the principles of having respect for self and others, as well as acting safely and responsibly. Similarly, to ensure the well-being of everyone in cyberspace, our behaviour in cyberspace should also be based on the 2 key principles.
  • In cyberspace, people can pretend to be someone they are not. They can fake their age and details.

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  • Cyberwellness XPS
  • Cyberwellness Campaign Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use Assembly Talk, 21 st February 2011 Cyberwellness Roving Bus, 22 nd – 23 rd February 2011 Cyberwellness Worksheets, 21 st – 25 th February 2011 Cyberwellness Student Ambassadors Seminar, June 2011
  • Cyberwellness Campaign Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use Assembly Talk, 21 st February 2011 3 students ambassadors and Mdm Saedah will be delivering the talk. 6 topics of the Cyberwellness Topics will be covered.
    • Netiquette
    • Danger with Cyber Contacts
    • Addiction to Computer Games
    • Handling Inappropriate Contents
    • Cyberbullying
    • Copyright
  • Cyberwellness Campaign Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use Cyberwellness Worksheets 21 st – 25 th February 2011 Form teachers will use 15 minutes of their FTGP time to do the 5-minutes worksheet . Students will do these worksheet after attending the Assembly Talk. These worksheets had been printed. The handouts will be collected from all FTs by ICT Reps on Friday. Students’ Feedback gathered from the handouts will be collected and printed. These feedbacks will be pasted on the reflection board at the Hall’s Notice Board.
  • Cyberwellness Campaign Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use Cyberwellness Roving Bus 22 nd – 23 rd February 2011 MDA is embarking on a nation-wide public outreach programme which includes a “Cyber Wellness Journey" bus, an online competition and a slew of discussion sessions for students, parents and educators. Come this February 2011, this bus will be touring primary schools and public places where students, parents and educators get to board the bus for FREE and discover the remarkable world of Cyber Wellness. Event Details: Event: Cyber Wellness Campaign Date: 3 months, starting from 17 February 2011 MDA is embarking on a nation-wide public outreach programme which includes a “Cyber Wellness Journey" bus, an online competition and a slew of discussion sessions for students. The bus will be stationed at Xishan for 2 days from 9am – 5pm The bus will housed computer kiosks & 6 learning stations. Only P4-P6 will be scheduled to go into the bus. Each student will be given an account & password. (Mdm Saedah has given the CW Bus coordinator all student accounts)
  • Cyberwellness Campaign Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use Cyberwellness (CW) Roving Bus Plan
    • All P4-P6 MT teachers will swap their One MT period to a CME period for the week.
    • Students will board the bus during their CME lessons.
    • Students will be going through 6 learning centres in the bus.
    • Students will be split into 6 groups .
    • Students will be involved in interactive games and quizes .
    • Each student will be given a CW card .
    • After completing each centres, students will be given a stamp on their CW cards.
    • If students have no time to complete the card, they can board the bus during recess
    • time or after school (whislt waiting for supp/remed)
    • There will be 2 MDA personnels in the bus to assist the teachers.
    • All MT teachers are advised to maintain discipline of the students in the bus.
  • Cyberwellness Campaign Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use Cyberwellness Roving Bus Flow Day 1 – 22 nd Feb 2011 Time Class 10.45 am – 11.00 am P4 ML Class 2 ( Mrs Fahmy) 11.00 am – 11.15 am P4 CL (Mdm Gong) 11.15 am – 11.30 am P4 CL ( Ms Serene Lim) 11.30 noon – 11.45 am P5 ML Class 1 (Mdm Siti) 11.45 am – 12.00 noon P5 CL Class 1 (Ms Mary Lim) 12.00 noon – 12.15 noon P5 CL Class 2(Mr Gabriel Chua) 12.15 noon – 12.30 noon P5 ML Class 2 (Mr Reduan) 12.30 noon – 12.45 noon P6 ML Class 1 (Mdm Saedah) 12.45 noon – 1.00 pm P5FML(Mrs Fahmy) & P5FTL(Mrs Sekaran) & P5FCL(Ms Mabel) 1.15 pm – 1.30 pm P6 ML Class 2 (Mdm Nisa)
  • Cyberwellness Campaign Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use Cyberwellness Roving Bus Flow Day 2 – 23 rd Feb 2011 (Wednesday) Time Class 9.00 am – 9.15am P4 ML Class 2 ( Mdm Saedah) 9.15 am – 9.30 am P4 ML Class 3 (Mdm Siti) 9.30 am – 9.45 am P4 CL ( Ms Mabel) & P4 CL (Mdm Lim AF) 9.45 am – 10.00 am P4 TL (Mr Samy) & P4 CL (Mdm Siu Chen) 12.00 noon – 12.15 noon P5 ML (Mr Abas) & P6 TL (Mrs Sekaran) 12.15 noon – 12.30 noon P6 CL Class 1 (Mr Poh) 12.30 noon – 12.45 noon P5 CL Class 3 (Mdm Lim AF) & P5 CL Class 4(Ms Shireen Chong) 12.45 noon – 1.00 pm P6 CL Class 3 (Mdm Siu Chen) & P6 FML (Mrs Fahmy) & P6 FCL (Mr Chua) 1.00 pm – 1.15 pm P5 TL (Mrs Raja) & P6 CL Class 4 (Ms Jac Kho) 1.15pm – 1.30 pm P6 CL Class 2 (Mdm Gong)
  • Cyberwellness XPS
    • Involves having an awareness of how to protect oneself and other Internet users from harmful online behaviours
    We must have an awareness towards becoming a smart user. What is Cyberwellness? Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use
  • Respect for Self and Others , Safe and Responsible Use We must show Positive Behaviour in the cyberspace. Internet
  • Just remember the 2 key principles  Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use
    • Sense if there is any danger
    • Be aware of the risks
    • Analyse and evaluate the situation
    • Think of possible outcomes
    • Recall the 2 key principles
    • Act safely and responsibly
    • Choose the action that will give an outcome that is in line with the 2 key principles
    Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use Act Think Sense
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  • Net iquette Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use Topic 1 = Rules of Inter net courtesy Etiquette = Proper conduct in social situations
    • Avoid negative behaviour:
    • Shouting
    Typing all text in capital letters = Shouting Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use Netiquette in Practice
    • When communicating on the Internet (e.g. using email or Internet chat)
    • Use emoticons
    Besides using words, how can we be courteous when communicating online? Netiquette in Practice Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use
    • More emoticons
    Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use Netiquette in Practice
  • Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use
    • Use emoticons to show feelings
    • Do not shout
    Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use   Netiquette in Practice
    • Avoid negative behaviour:
    • Using vulgarities
    • Flaming
    • (scold, insult or ridicule others)
    Flaming = posting hostile messages on the Internet Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use Do not hurt other people’s feelings
    • Reply only to relevant people
    Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use Clicking ‘Reply all’ will result in all the addressees getting the reply
  • Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use
    • Knowing what to do
    • puts YOU
    • in charge of your E-mail
    • Don’t open messages from strangers.
    • If you open a message by mistake, Don’t click on links or download files that came with it. You could introduce a virus into your computer.
    • • Never reply to E-mails or IM (instant messages) from strangers.
    • • Spams are kinds of advertising. Do not reply—even to tell a company not to send more messages.
  • Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use
    • Knowing what to do
    • puts YOU
    • in charge of your E-mail
    • Ask your parents or guardian for permission before putting any
    • private information in a message.
    • • Ask permission from your parents before E-mailing photos of yourself.
    • • Tell a parent or guardian about any messages that makes you
    • uncomfortable—even if it’s from someone you know.
  • Respect for Self and Others , Safe and Responsible Use Be courteous in everyday life as well as in cyberspace
    • Do
    • Write friendly messages
    • Use emoticons
    • Send/forward information to the relevant people
    • Don’t
    • Shout
    • Use vulgarities
    • Flame
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  • Danger with Cyber Contacts Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use Topic 2 Beware of Strangers in Cyberspace
    • In cyberspace, people can pretend to be someone they are not.
    • They can fake their age and details.
    • As we cannot see them, it is difficult to check if they are telling the truth.
  • Respect for Self and Others , Safe and Responsible Use What information can we share?
    • Yes
    • Age
    • Gender
    • Your favourite food
    • Number of siblings
    • Your favourite band/singer
    • Number of pets you have
    • Name of your pet
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    • No
    • Full Name
    • Postal address
    • Name of school
    • Email Address
    • Phone Number
    • Passwords
    • Your Photograph
    • Your parents’ place of work
  • Addiction (Computer Games) Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use Topic 3 Are you spending too much time on computer games?
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  • Addiction Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use Virtual world Physical world
  • Symptoms of Addiction Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use
    • Spending most of non-school hours on the computer games
    • Not keeping up with schoolwork
    • Lying about computer game use
    • Choosing to use the computer to play games, rather than meeting friends
    • Dropping out of other social groups (clubs or sports)
    • Irritability when not playing games on the computer
  • Seek help from an adult if you are showing signs of addiction. Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use
    • Maintain a balance between playing games and involvement in other activities
    • Take breaks from gaming
    • Make gaming a social occasion by inviting friends over to play games.
    • Seek alternatives that requires mastery of skills and active participation (e.g. basketball and cycling)
  • COPYRIGHT (infringement of copyrights) Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use Topic 4 Have you been downloading music from the internet?
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  • Do’s of Copyright
    • Check for the symbol, conditions of use or copyright statement of the website
    • Follow any information or guidelines stated by the author of a work
    • Seek permission from the copyright owner
  • Infringing Copyright
    • Forward email with copyright materials without permission
    • Copy more than 10% of the work
    • Upload copyright materials onto the website
  • CYBER BULLYING Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use Topic 5 Cyberbullying is an unacceptable behaviour.
  • Cyberbullying involves the use of ICT such as Internet and mobile phones to deliberately harm others.
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  • How far can cyber bullying go?…
    • Primary 3 pupil of an all-girls school in the East had been a victim of a cyber bully.
    • The quiet, bespectacled girl was repeatedly called 'ugly' and 'irritating' by her peers. Not only was she insulted in school, but these comments also made their way to online blogs.
    • After enduring the insults for more than six months, she wished that she could die.
    • Tell an adult / talk to a friend you trust
    • Don’t respond to a rude/ mean email or text message
    • Show the email or message to your teachers or parents
    Dealing with Cyberbullying
  • HANDLING INAPPROPRIATE CONTENT Respect for Self and Others, Safe and Responsible Use Topic 6 How do I know if the Content in the internet is not appropriate?
  • SENSE
    • Is the content making me feel
    • uncomfortable
    • weird
    • afraid
    • confused or
    • guilty?
    • Is it asking you to do something against the school rules/ the law?
    • Is it asking you to hurt myself or other people?
    • Is it asking you to do something dangerous?
    • Can you understand the content?
    THINK
  • What do I do if the Content is not appropriate?
    • Stop going further into the content
    • Record important details such as URL
    • Report to a teacher/ parent
  • Cyberwellness Guide Book for Students HAVE YOU FINISHED READING THEM?
  • Remember! Never share your password and internet account. Don’t spam. Reply and forward your emails only to relevant people. Avoid going to inappropriate sites.
  • Coming Up Cyberwellness Bus
  • What you have learn today...
    • Realise the importance of respecting others’ copyrights
    • Practice good netiquette when using the internet
    • Report any cyberbullying incidences immediately
    • Do not go to inappropriate sites in the internet
    • Do not be addicted to computer games
    Reflections
    • Be wary of the dangers in the cyber world
  • Thank You 