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Cyber Bullying and Sexting

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Cyber Bullying and Sexting

  1. 1. Proper Communication Calling Texting Email
  2. 2. Uses of cell phone in class
  3. 3. Uses of cell phone in class•Feedback on surveys
  4. 4. Uses of cell phone in class•Feedback on surveys•Calculator
  5. 5. Uses of cell phone in class•Feedback on surveys•Calculator•Music
  6. 6. Uses of cell phone in class•Feedback on surveys•Calculator•Music•Sharing info as per classroom activity
  7. 7. When not to use your cell phone
  8. 8. When not to use your cell phone• No texting while teachers are giving instructions.
  9. 9. When not to use your cell phone• No texting while teachers are giving instructions.• Don’t ask to take a call during class instruction. Momma will leave a voicemail
  10. 10. When not to use your cell phone• No texting while teachers are giving instructions.• Don’t ask to take a call during class instruction. Momma will leave a voicemail• If you don’t know the number they will leave a message
  11. 11. HarassmentHow can a student be harassed
  12. 12. HarassmentHow can a student be harassed•Bully
  13. 13. HarassmentHow can a student be harassed•Bully•Peer Pressure
  14. 14. HarassmentHow can a student be harassed•Bully•Peer Pressure•Sexual: AKA Sexting
  15. 15. Click Below for Video Bullying
  16. 16. California LawAn existing California law that gives school officials the right to suspend or expel astudent for bullying another student over the Internet or by other electronic meanshas been updated to include bullying others through social networking websites.The bill, AB 746, sponsored by Assemblywoman Nora Campos (D-San Jose) goesinto effect Jan. 1, after it was signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday. Seipel, Tracy. "California Law Updated to Include Cyberbullying by Students through Social Networking Sites." MercuryNews.com. MercuryNews.com, June-July 2011. Web. Aug.-Sept. 2011. <http://www.mercurynews.com/politics-government/ci_18458052>.
  17. 17. Lets all be friends!• Anything sent via text or email can be used against you.
  18. 18. Survey
  19. 19. Survey
  20. 20. Survey
  21. 21. • Click here for video
  22. 22. FIVE THINGS TO THINK ABOUT BEFOREPRESSING “SEND”1. Don’t assume anything you send or post is going to remain private .2. There is no changing your mind in cyberspace—anything you send or post will never truly goaway3. Don’t give in to the pressure to do something that makes you uncomfortable, even incyberspace.4. Consider the recipient’s reaction.5. Nothing is truly anonymous.
  23. 23. Megan’s Law• The murder of Megan Kanka occurred on July 29, 1994 in Hamilton Township, Mercer County, New Jersey. The 7 year old Kanka was raped and murdered by her neighbor Jesse Timmendequas. The murder attracted national attention.
  24. 24. Megan’s Law• Megans Law provides two major information services to the public: • sex offender registration and • community notification.
  25. 25. North Fork
  26. 26. Coarsegold
  27. 27. Laws Pertaining to Sexting in the State of CaliforniaUnder California law, individuals who distribute, possess or produce a sexuallyexplicit image of a minor could be charged under the State’s child pornographystatutes.If the individual is tried as an adult and is convicted they could receive up to6 years in jail and will generally be required to register as a sex offender.California lawmakers have recently proposed a bill that would reduce thepunishment for first time sexting offenders who are minors. Such punishmentwould include community service and mandatory counseling (to be paid for bythe minor’s parents). In addition, a bill has been proposed in California thatwould punish a teenager with expulsion from school if they are caught sextingin school.
  28. 28. Email•Communicate with your teachers.• Communicate with your friends.• Communicate with professionals.
  29. 29. Receiving Emails
  30. 30. Receiving Emails• Don’t just delete, check and file.
  31. 31. Receiving Emails• Don’t just delete, check and file.• Read your emails, especially Niehoff, usually prizes are involved
  32. 32. Receiving Emails• Don’t just delete, check and file.• Read your emails, especially Niehoff, usually prizes are involved• Also, make sure you open your email from your teachers usually it will be important information: It will be either dates on assignments for big projects or tests
  33. 33. Emailing Teachers
  34. 34. Emailing Teachers• During the week allow 24 hours for a response
  35. 35. Emailing Teachers• During the week allow 24 hours for a response• During the Weekend(Friday night through Sunday) you will get a response by tuesday.
  36. 36. Citations• Solutions, Parental. "Sexting Laws California | Mobile Media Guard | Parental Solutions LLC." Parental Monitoring Service for Mobile Phones | Mobile Media Guard. Mobil Media Guard, Aug.-Sept. 2011. Web. 17 Aug. 2011. <http://mobilemediaguard.com/ states/sexting_laws_california.html>.• Seipel, Tracy. "California Law Updated to Include Cyberbullying by Students through Social Networking Sites." MercuryNews.com. MercuryNews.com, June-July 2011. Web. Aug.-Sept. 2011. <http://www.mercurynews.com/politics-government/ci_18458052>.
  37. 37. Teacher Contacts Text Two Teachers• Freshman send a message to two of you teachers you have this year• Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors: Send a message to a teacher you have this year and last year and a new teacher you did not have last year.

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