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1 Policies, Safety and Social Networking What to do about what you may be ignoring.

2 A Vision of Students Today

3 http://tinyurl.com/2uzyrr

4 How do you keep your students safe?

5 Education: A filter that will follow them.

6 90% Districts have students sign AUP 98% of schools use filters 80% have rules against chat and IM 60% have rules against bulletin boards or blogs 60% rules against sending and receiving email Over 50% prohibit social networking

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8 Filters: Fact and Fiction

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10 Photo Credit http://tinyurl.com/3atnks

11 I didnt see this. They cant block what they dont know about

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14 I can think of nothing that is meaningful that does not involve others. Tim Tyson

15 Wed buy into Social networking if… Emphasis on collaborative and planned activities Tools for student expression Bring different students together Adult Monitoring Chat and IM were prohibited NSBA Report on Social Networking http://tinyurl.com/3yzslq

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17 CIPA Childrens Internet Protection Act Schools and libraries must use computer filtering software programs to prevent the on-screen depiction of obscenity, child pornography or material that is harmful to minors. Required to adopt and implement a policy addressing: –(a) access by minors to inappropriate matter on the Internet; –(b) the safety and security of minors when using electronic mail, chat rooms, and other forms of direct electronic communications; –(c) unauthorized access, including so-called hacking, and other unlawful activities by minors online; –(d) unauthorized disclosure, use, and dissemination of personal information regarding minors; an – (e) restricting minors access to materials harmful to them.

18 http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/consumerfacts/cipa.html

19 Check your state laws http://tinyurl.com/2bzw5d Pennsylvania - Requires libraries receiving state aid to adopt policies regarding access by minors to the Internet and online sites that contain explicit sexual materials. http://tinyurl.com/2bzw5d

20 Technology is exposing issues that have always been there. This is a grand opportunity to explore the issues and to hear the message. Lets learn whatever lessons need to be learned. Lets not turn the technology off. Lets turn teaching and learning on. Peter Reilly http://tinyurl.com/2ysnyq

21 Scott Mcleod http://tinyurl.com/362dvq

22 http://tinyurl.com/2om9np

23 How do we get there?

24 Building a profile Commenting on a blog Posting on a blog Publishing their own blog Collaborating on a wiki Networking via Twitter Broadcasting using uStream Airing a podcast Sharing photos via Flickr Releasing a digital story on YouTube Publishing presentation on Slideshare

25 $84,000,000 of protection …cracked in 30 minutes Filters aren't addressing the bigger issues anyway. Cyber bullying, educating children on how to protect themselves and their privacy are the first problems I'd fix. They really need to develop a youth-involved forum to discuss some of these problems and ideas for fixing them. Tom Wood, 16

26 Develop an informative program or seminar for students on the dangers of online predators. Explain the permanent connectedness of the Internet. Give a good reason for why web sites are blocked. If you monitor students' social networking profiles, don't try to hide it. Kevin Walter, 12 th Grader The Admin Pages: http://tinyurl.com/3dgdy8

27 Examples

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29 Horizon Project 5 Classrooms 58 Students 3 Weeks Blogger, Eduspaces, Wikispaces, YouTube, TeacherTube, Skype, Del.icio.us, Google Notebook, Facebook, MySpace, Firefox, Meebo, Flickr, Camstudio, Twitter, SecondLife, SlideShare, Elluminate, Grazr, Clustermap, Aireset, Skypechat, Gcast, Prettymay, Flash, Photostory, Moviemaker, Odeo

30 Horizon Project Tools used: Blogger, Eduspaces, Wikispaces, YouTube, TeacherTube, Skype, Del.icio.us, Google Notebook, Facebook, MySpace, Firefox, Meebo, Flickr, Camstudio, Twitter, SecondLife, SlideShare, Elluminate, Grazr, Clustermap, Aireset, Skypechat, Gcast, Prettymay, Flash, Photostory, Moviemaker, Odeo

31 Central Bucks Collaborative Simulation

32 http://onlineconnections.wikispaces.com/onlinepermissions

33 SLA Acceptable Use Policy We live in a changing world, where we have more and faster access to information than ever before. Students now can be both consumers and producers of information …. With access to these new technologies, students will have opportunities to learn and create like never before, but with those opportunities do come new responsibilities.

34 The use of blogs is considered an extension of your classroom. Blogs are used primarily as learning tools Blogs are about ideas Try not to generalize Blogs are public Blog safely Personal blogs on Blogger must follow these guidelines Never link to something without reading the entire article Cite the source of quotes Make images are appropriate for use in school and copyright laws are followed

35 …The smartphone devices also have the potential to connect to any available, unsecured wireless network, and these may not have any form of Internet filtering, firewall or virus protection. It is important therefore to only connect to trusted wireless networks that you are sure have appropriate Internet filtering, virus protection and suitable firewalls installed. It is ultimately the responsibility of the parent to ensure their child does not access inappropriate content via any other network.

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37 http://flickr.com/guidelines.gne

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39 Other Resources http://k12wiki.wikispaces.com/Social+Networking+Acceptable+Use http://movingforward.wikispaces.com/ http://supportblogging.com/ http://www.budtheteacher.com/wiki http://edubuzz.pbwiki.com/socialmediapupil http://teachdigital.pbwiki.com/internetsafety

40 What do you do?

41 Steve Dembo SDembo@Gmail.com Community.DiscoveryEducation.com Teach42.com


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