Internet Safety

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This presentation will instruct educators in how to ensure their students are safe while using the internet.

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Internet Safety

  1. 1. Internet Safety Student Safety in the 21st Century!
  2. 2. Introduction• Internet safety is the educators priority• It is our priority to ensure student safety…online and on campus• We can teach students about internet safety
  3. 3. Establish Internet Rules• Establish an Acceptable Use Policy(AUP)• If not previously established.• An AUP is a policy that determines internet behavior• It was created for students and facility
  4. 4. Establish Internet RulesCyber bullying:• When a student “bullies’’ another student using the internet• Outlets such as: cell phone texts• Chat messages, email, social media, or website posting
  5. 5. Cyber bullying:There are 7 different forms of Cyber Bullying…1. Cyber stalking: Repeated abuse, unwanted online gestures and intimidating messages2. Flaming: is “online fighting” with angry tones, bitter words, and name calling.3. Harassment: Repeated unwanted contact(Family Safe Computers, 2012)
  6. 6. Cyber bullying:There are 7 different forms of Cyber Bullying…continued…4. Denigration: Slander, sending untrue events and facts about a person. Damaging a person’s character or image through defacing web posts, images, or texts (Family Safe Computers, 2012)
  7. 7. Cyber bullying:There are 7 different forms of Cyber Bullying…continued…5. Cyber stalking: Repeated obsessed gestures online• Through unwanted & intimidating messages6. Impersonation: Pretending to be someone else online. (Family Safe Computers, 2012)
  8. 8. Cyber bullying:There are 7 different forms of Cyber Bullying…continued…7. Outing & Trickery: Sharing secret information, tricking a person to share secret information. (Family Safe Computers, 2012)
  9. 9. Cyber Bullying
  10. 10. Establish Internet RulesSexting:• Cell phone device used to send• Or receive provocative images or texts• E.g. a female or male student receives or sends nude images to another student
  11. 11. Online Personal Safety• Is Extremely Important!• Teach students S.I.R.(Safe Internet Rules)• E.g. Do not reveal personal information!• Do not reveal your name online.• Create & use a “Username”• E.g. RazorbackGirl_05
  12. 12. Creating Safe Passwords• When creating a password, use encrypted passwords Use a combination of…• Upper Case letters• Lower Case letters• Numbers• E.g. A1B23c4
  13. 13. Create OnlineBoundariesEducators must remember to…• Create clear distinct boundaries online• Communicate about “School-related issues only!”• Report any child maltreatment issues to your local administration promptly
  14. 14. Internet Safety in the Classroom
  15. 15. Continue to Learn• Continue to learn about internet safety• Remain current with the AUP in your district• Continue to educate your students about internet safety!
  16. 16. Resources• aup.okcps.org/aup/document/a up.pdf• http://www.familysafecompute rs.org/bullying.htm• http://www.olweus.org/public/ cyber_bullying.page
  17. 17. Resources• http://www.commonsensemedia.org/advi ce-for-parents/internet-safety-elementary- school-kids-tips• http://www.safeschools.info/internet- safety• http://publius.cc/future_internet_safety_e ducation_critical_lessons_four_decades_yo uth_drug_abuse_prevention• http://www.safeschools.info/internet- safety/professional-development
  18. 18. Teacher Resources• Internet Safety Professional Development• The Future of Internet Safety• Internet Safety for Classrooms Video• NetsmartzKids• SafeKids• Police Notebook
  19. 19. Additional Resources• http://www.netsmartz.org/Paren ts• http://www.woogiworld.com/edu cators/• http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=YFZfTYgb5LM• http://www.ou.edu/oupd/kidsafe /warn_kid.htm• http://www.safekids.com/

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