Keep your teens safe on the internet

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Slides that were used in a presentation at the Chautauqua Institute July 2014.

Information for parents about what their teens are doing on line and on their phones.

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Keep your teens safe on the internet

  1. 1. Keep Your Teens Safe on the Internet
  2. 2. There is no Silver Bullet  Understand your tools  Set your privacy guidelines  Be informed  Talk with your teen  Keep the lines of communication open  Check their accounts frequently www.TheSocialMediaRoadmap.comCopyright 2014 Deborah Chaddock Brown2
  3. 3. My Own Story www.TheSocialMediaRoa dmap.com Copyright 2014 Deborah Chaddock Brown 3
  4. 4. Understand Your Tools  Mac/PC  iPad/Tablet  Smart Phone – Android  iPhone www.TheSocialMediaRoadmap.comCopyright 2014 Deborah Chaddock Brown4
  5. 5. Set Privacy Settings www.TheSocialMediaRoadmap.comCopyright 2014 Deborah Chaddock Brown5  Microsoft PC – Windows  MAC  iPad, iPod Touch and iPhone (Safari)  Android  Google  Yahoo  YouTube  Click on links above for instructions or  Search for “parental controls” + type of device
  6. 6. Be Informed www.TheSocialMediaRoadmap.comCopyright 2014 Deborah Chaddock Brown6  Attend classes  Read articles  Search Google  Ask your teen!
  7. 7. Talk With Your Teen www.TheSocialMediaRoadmap.comCopyright 2014 Deborah Chaddock Brown7 They’ve heard it all before….
  8. 8. www.TheSocialMediaRoa dmap.com Copyright 2014 Deborah Chaddock Brown 8 It might feel like talking to a brick wall… …but trust me… they are listening.
  9. 9. Talk WITH Your Teen www.TheSocialMediaRoadmap.comCopyright 2014 Deborah Chaddock Brown9  How do you want to be known?  Establish your personal brand  To Tag or not to Tag?  What is too much information?  Bullying (ConnectSafely.org)
  10. 10. Private IS NOT Private www.TheSocialMediaRoadmap.comCopyright 2014 Deborah Chaddock Brown10  Deleted posts/images are never really gone  SnapChat messages/images CAN be saved  People can tag photos you aren’t in!
  11. 11. Check Their Accounts www.TheSocialMediaRoadmap.comCopyright 2014 Deborah Chaddock Brown11  Know their User Name/Email/Password  Friend and Follow Them  Review their participation  Resist the urge to join in!  Check their computer history PC and Mac  Check their phone history iPhone and Android
  12. 12. Websites www.TheSocialMediaRoa dmap.com Copyright 2014 Deborah Chaddock Brown 12  Facebook  Tumblr  YouTube  Pinterest  Sound Cloud  Bandcamp  Spotify  Pandora
  13. 13. Apps www.TheSocialMediaRoadmap.comCopyright 2014 Deborah Chaddock Brown13  Instagram  SnapChat  Poof  IFunny  Vine  Kik Messanger  Ask.fm  Wanelo  Oovoo  Pheed
  14. 14. Track Your Teen www.TheSocialMediaRoadmap.comCopyright 2014 Deborah Chaddock Brown14 PC Mag offers: 12 Tools to Keep Your Kids Safe
  15. 15. www.TheSocialMediaRoadmap.comCopyright 2014 Deborah Chaddock Brown15 Be Aware Be Involved Be Available
  16. 16. www.TheSocialMediaRoadmap.comCopyright 2014 Deborah Chaddock Brown16  Today Show – Moms, Social Apps You Should Know  Huffington Post – 8 Scary Apps  Forbes – Where Kids Go Instead of Facebook  PC Mag – Parental Control Apps for Smart Phones
  17. 17. Deborah Chaddock Brown www.TheSocialMediaRoadmap.comCopyright 2014 Deborah Chaddock Brown17 Social Media Strategist Stay connected:  www.TheSocialMediaRoadmap.com  Facebook.com/thesocialmediaroadmap  Twitter: @thesmroadmap  Connect with me on Linked In!

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