Cyber SymposiumStudent Internet Safety
“I didnt even doanything Ms. Shaw. Ididnt tweet it oranything”*                       * Real student                      ...
This is now a part of astudents language andhabitual behavior.
So what do WE do?
Teach students that anything you do on this:
Is also somethingyoud be willing todo when you dothis:
Online "peoplewear masks andare not verynice."
When they                 realize their                 mistake, they                  often feel                   remors...
Being behind a screenallows students to feelmore brave
Somestudents takethese photos:
Somestudents takethese photos:
Some        While othersstudents take   take thesethese photos:     photos:
Some        While othersstudents take   take thesethese photos:     photos:
Students useTwitter to vent and tell their    secrets:
And other times the studentscomplain about their lives: “MYMOM/DAD/TEACHER sucks!”
Its all part of a culture     of over-sharing
Over-sharing
Cyberbullying and Sexting
What is cyberbullying?
What is cyberbullying? Posting offensive or derogatory comments
What is cyberbullying? Posting offensive or derogatory comments       Verbal and visual harassment
What is cyberbullying? Posting offensive or derogatory comments       Verbal and visual harassment                 Slander
Video showing cyber-bullying
17 percent of students have been bullied online*
17 percent of students have been bullied online*                            *50 percent of                            thes...
24 percent admit to bullying someone           online as well*
24 percent admit to bullying someone           online as well*                     *Most of these                     have...
What should STUDENTS do?
What should STUDENTS do?     Keep copies of bullying
What should STUDENTS do?     Keep copies of bullying     Report bullying
What should STUDENTS do?     Keep copies of bullying     Report bullying     Dont pass off bullying as     "drama"
What can WE do?
What can WE do?      Dont tell students to use      "sticks and stones" or "stand      up for yourself"
What can WE do?      Dont tell students to use      "sticks and stones" or "stand      up for yourself"      Teach kids no...
What can WE do?      Dont tell students to use      "sticks and stones" or "stand      up for yourself"      Teach kids no...
Also, we need to emphasize that   83 percent have NOT been         bullied online.
Also, we need to emphasize that   83 percent have NOT been         bullied online.       This is a good thing.
Sexting
What is sexting?
What is sexting?    Sexting involves sending     sexually explicit photos   AND messages, usually via              phone
30 percent of teensadmit to engagingin sending pics andvideos.
Sexting video
What can PARENTS do*?
What can PARENTS do*?          Set limits
What can PARENTS do*?           Set limits      Have children charge     phones in the kitchen at              night.
What can PARENTS do*?           Set limits      Have children charge     phones in the kitchen at              night.     ...
Notes from the Cyber Symposium
Notes from the Cyber Symposium
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Notes from the Cyber Symposium
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These are notes shared at the Bishop Amat faculty meeting on Nov. 29, 2012.

Here are the links for the videos:
Oversharing:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OhBknvwgfmk

Cyberbully:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmD8OKl8vVM

Sexting
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBkZkf2Vmdw

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  • Notes from the Cyber Symposium

    1. 1. Cyber SymposiumStudent Internet Safety
    2. 2. “I didnt even doanything Ms. Shaw. Ididnt tweet it oranything”* * Real student statement empty
    3. 3. This is now a part of astudents language andhabitual behavior.
    4. 4. So what do WE do?
    5. 5. Teach students that anything you do on this:
    6. 6. Is also somethingyoud be willing todo when you dothis:
    7. 7. Online "peoplewear masks andare not verynice."
    8. 8. When they realize their mistake, they often feel remorse.Online "peoplewear masks andare not verynice."
    9. 9. Being behind a screenallows students to feelmore brave
    10. 10. Somestudents takethese photos:
    11. 11. Somestudents takethese photos:
    12. 12. Some While othersstudents take take thesethese photos: photos:
    13. 13. Some While othersstudents take take thesethese photos: photos:
    14. 14. Students useTwitter to vent and tell their secrets:
    15. 15. And other times the studentscomplain about their lives: “MYMOM/DAD/TEACHER sucks!”
    16. 16. Its all part of a culture of over-sharing
    17. 17. Over-sharing
    18. 18. Cyberbullying and Sexting
    19. 19. What is cyberbullying?
    20. 20. What is cyberbullying? Posting offensive or derogatory comments
    21. 21. What is cyberbullying? Posting offensive or derogatory comments Verbal and visual harassment
    22. 22. What is cyberbullying? Posting offensive or derogatory comments Verbal and visual harassment Slander
    23. 23. Video showing cyber-bullying
    24. 24. 17 percent of students have been bullied online*
    25. 25. 17 percent of students have been bullied online* *50 percent of these have been bullied in person
    26. 26. 24 percent admit to bullying someone online as well*
    27. 27. 24 percent admit to bullying someone online as well* *Most of these have been bullied themselves
    28. 28. What should STUDENTS do?
    29. 29. What should STUDENTS do? Keep copies of bullying
    30. 30. What should STUDENTS do? Keep copies of bullying Report bullying
    31. 31. What should STUDENTS do? Keep copies of bullying Report bullying Dont pass off bullying as "drama"
    32. 32. What can WE do?
    33. 33. What can WE do? Dont tell students to use "sticks and stones" or "stand up for yourself"
    34. 34. What can WE do? Dont tell students to use "sticks and stones" or "stand up for yourself" Teach kids not to be bullies OR bystanders.
    35. 35. What can WE do? Dont tell students to use "sticks and stones" or "stand up for yourself" Teach kids not to be bullies OR bystanders. Create a safe environment with a strong anti-bullying policy
    36. 36. Also, we need to emphasize that 83 percent have NOT been bullied online.
    37. 37. Also, we need to emphasize that 83 percent have NOT been bullied online. This is a good thing.
    38. 38. Sexting
    39. 39. What is sexting?
    40. 40. What is sexting? Sexting involves sending sexually explicit photos AND messages, usually via phone
    41. 41. 30 percent of teensadmit to engagingin sending pics andvideos.
    42. 42. Sexting video
    43. 43. What can PARENTS do*?
    44. 44. What can PARENTS do*? Set limits
    45. 45. What can PARENTS do*? Set limits Have children charge phones in the kitchen at night.
    46. 46. What can PARENTS do*? Set limits Have children charge phones in the kitchen at night. *There is little difference in sexting percentages between parents who check their kids phones and those who dont.

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