Social Media Safety
What Should You Know?•   Let’s Follow the Digital Trail•   Screen Out the Mean•   Staying Safe Online•   Keeping It Private
Following the Digital Trail…     Let’s Watch A Video   My Online Neighborhood
Following the Digital Trail…  What does a trail mean?
Following the Digital Trail…
Have You?• Created a profile on an Internet site like Club  Penguin, Lego World?• Chatted on AIM or GChat?• Sent an email?...
Have You?     Congratulations!!You have a Digital Footprint!
Screen Out the Mean• What is cyberbullying?• How to deal with a cyberbullying situation• Talking to a trusted adult when y...
Screen Out the MeanWhat can you do when someone    is mean to you online?
Screen Out the Mean        Let’s do theSTOP Cyberbullying Worksheet
Screen Out the Mean• What four things can you do to help stop  cyberbullying?• What is the most important thing to do if  ...
Staying Safe Online How do you stay safewhen you visit websites?
Staying Safe Online• Being safe when visiting websites is similar to  staying safe in real life• Recognizing websites that...
Keeping It PrivateWhat kinds of information should I keep  to myself when I use the Internet?
Keeping It Private• What is private information?• Never give out private information on the  Internet• Create special user...
Keeping It PrivateIt is NEVER EVER safe to give out private   information to people you don’t know.Always ask a trusted ad...
Keeping It PrivateHow do you create a secure password?
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  • The Internet is like a big bulletin board Ask them if they would be comfortable with this information being up for everyone to see. 
  • The Internet is like a big bulletin board Ask them if they would be comfortable with this information being up for everyone to see. 
  • ENCOURAGE students to share what they know about bullying.ASK: What kinds of things count as bullying? Students should understand that bullying is behavior that is purposely mean or scary to someone else – for example, making fun of how someone looks, telling lies about them behind their back, or threatening to do something bad to them.ASK: How does bullying make other people feel? Sample responses:BadSadUpsetScaredHurtAngryASK: What is the best thing to do when you feel bullied, or when you see someone else being bullied? Students should know to always tell a trusted adult when they experience or witness bullying.EXPLAIN to students that they will be learning about a kind of bullying that can take place when they use the Internet. 
  • ASK: When you walk down the street or play in your neighborhood without a trusted adult there, how do you stay safe? Gather all responses from students, but highlight these points: Don’t go to places you don’t know, stay out of trouble, don’t talk to strangers, follow the rules.TELL students that just as they should stay safe in the real world, they should stay safe when they go into the online world (visiting websites). Make parallels between the answers students gave you about their neighborhood and the online world. Sample responses:Don’t go on websites without a trusted adult’s permissionTalk only to people you knowOnly go to websites that an adult says are okay to visitFollow your family’s rules about the computer
  • What would you do if someone you don’t know asked you for your address and your phone number?
  • EXPLAIN to students that it is important for them to know certain information about themselves, but that it is also important to keep this information private. They should keep it to themselves and not share it, except when they are dealing with trusted people such as relatives, teachers, or close friends.INVITE students to give examples of information that they should keep private. Write down their responses on the board or chart paper so that you can return to them later in the lesson. Make sure they understand that private information includes the following: 
  •  EXPLAIN that knowing how to create powerful passwords will prevent other people from pretending to be them and help them keep their private information and money secure.
  • Social Media Safety for K-8 audience

    1. 1. Social Media Safety
    2. 2. What Should You Know?• Let’s Follow the Digital Trail• Screen Out the Mean• Staying Safe Online• Keeping It Private
    3. 3. Following the Digital Trail… Let’s Watch A Video My Online Neighborhood
    4. 4. Following the Digital Trail… What does a trail mean?
    5. 5. Following the Digital Trail…
    6. 6. Have You?• Created a profile on an Internet site like Club Penguin, Lego World?• Chatted on AIM or GChat?• Sent an email?• Typed your name into Google?
    7. 7. Have You? Congratulations!!You have a Digital Footprint!
    8. 8. Screen Out the Mean• What is cyberbullying?• How to deal with a cyberbullying situation• Talking to a trusted adult when you experience cyberbullying
    9. 9. Screen Out the MeanWhat can you do when someone is mean to you online?
    10. 10. Screen Out the Mean Let’s do theSTOP Cyberbullying Worksheet
    11. 11. Screen Out the Mean• What four things can you do to help stop cyberbullying?• What is the most important thing to do if someone starts cyberbullying you?
    12. 12. Staying Safe Online How do you stay safewhen you visit websites?
    13. 13. Staying Safe Online• Being safe when visiting websites is similar to staying safe in real life• Recognizing websites that are safe for you!• When should you ask before visiting a particular website
    14. 14. Keeping It PrivateWhat kinds of information should I keep to myself when I use the Internet?
    15. 15. Keeping It Private• What is private information?• Never give out private information on the Internet• Create special user names to protect your info.
    16. 16. Keeping It PrivateIt is NEVER EVER safe to give out private information to people you don’t know.Always ask a trusted adult before giving your private information to anyone.
    17. 17. Keeping It PrivateHow do you create a secure password?

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