Pres Internet Safety Presentation


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This is an internet safety and cyberbullying slideshow that accompanied a workshop conducted for students in grades 3-5.

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Pres Internet Safety Presentation

  1. 1. Internet Safety and Cyberbullying Mrs. Trudden Mrs. Clifford
  2. 2. Website and Ad Safety Work on the assigned website only....don’t navigate away. Never click on advertisements....they are there to distract you.
  3. 3. Downloading and File-Sharing Download and share media safely and from approved websites It is illegal to share copyrighted materials without permission You could unknowingly download or distribute viruses and illicit material.
  4. 4. Email, IM, MySpace and Facebook Protect yourself by: Communicating with people you know in person Keeping your personal information private Not meeting offline Not responding to offensive or any unknown messages
  5. 5. Cell Phones Never post your cell phone number online Never send photos or videos of yourself Don’t respond to harassing text Having a cell phone is a privilege, not a right.
  6. 6. Make Safe Online Choices You control your behavior and reputation as well as how much personal information is revealed. Be a good friend and sibling and encourage others to be safer online. Talk to a trusted adult if anything makes you feel scared or uncomfortable.
  7. 7. PRES Students are Technology PALS! • P - Protection (about your identity and reputation) • A - Appropriate (about inappropriate sites) • L - Legal (about plagiarism, copying software/ music) • S - Safe & Responsible (about handling computers, software, equipment, backing up)
  8. 8. What is Bullying? P.I.C. Criteria P...purposeful behavior I...imbalance of power C...continual
  9. 9. Cyberbullying
  10. 10. What is Cyberbullying? Spreading rumors and/or gossip Posting pictures without consent Stealing passwords to assume someone’s identity.
  11. 11. Harrassing or threatening with mean or bad language Most cases of cyberbullying are committed by someone that you know
  12. 12. Warning Signs of Cyberbullying • If someone tries to • isolate you from family and friends • turn you against your parents or guardians • tell you to keep secrets • sent inappropriate materials or talk about things that make you feel uncomfortable • threaten you Tell an adult you trust! These warning signs apply online and offline!
  13. 13. What Not to Do! •Don’t give your personal information to name, age, birthday, address, school, schedule •Don’t post photos and videos of yourself or anyone without permission •NEVER give out your usernames and passwords to anyone!
  14. 14. What to do! •If you are ever cyberbullied: •Tell a trusted adult •Do not respond •Save the evidence If anyone threatens you or you feel that you are in immediate danger, talk to an adult you trust and they will contact your local law-enforcement agency.
  15. 15. The Internet is private.....right??? If it is on the internet, it is NOT PRIVATE!
  16. 16. Real-Life Consequences • Profiles and blogs are not only viewed by your friends, but also by: • Parents and Relatives • Teachers and Principals • Colleges and Universities • Employers • ONLINE PREDATORS