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PART III: CYBER SAVVY CYBER SAFE Digital Consequences Digital Consequences 1 of 20
Introduction: Goals At the end of this tutorial you will: Understand online identities. Discover digital snooping disaster zones. Recognize cyberbullying behavior when you see it. Have a set of tools to keep yourself and others safe. 2 of 20
Facts and Stats Tools and Strategies Part Three: Facts & Strategies 3 of 20
In Parts One and Two we showed you the importance of managing your online identity and the risks of cyberbullying. We also talked a little bit about what you can do to be cyber savvy and cyber safe: Understand technology Manage hidden data (metadata) Realize the consequences Know the laws 4 of 20 Part Three: Facts & Strategies
While all of these are important, now were going to teach you some strategies for avoiding online conflict and danger and show you how to deal with it if it does happen. First, however, lets talk about some of the long- term consequences for students who are caught bullying other students. Part Three: Facts and Stats 5 of 20
Did you know? Bullies and cyberbullies are often suspended or expelled from school. Part Three: Facts and Stats 6 of 20
Suspended or expelled students: dont do as well in school are more likely to drop out of school are more likely to participate in high- risk activity and criminal activity are more likely to go to jail *Opportunities Suspended: The Disparate Impact of Disciplinary Exclusion from School, by Daniel J. Losen and Jonathan Gillespie. August 2012: pdf Part Three: Facts and Stats 7 of 20
Did you know? Students who drop out of school dont make as much money as someone who earns a high school diploma! *http://www.dropoutprevention.org/statistics/quick-facts/economic-impacts-dropouts Part Three: Facts and Stats 8 of 20
TO AVOID TROUBLE, KNOW THE RULES! Part Three: Tools and Strategies 9 of 20
Part Three: Tools and Strategies Top Five Netiquette Rules 1.Be a responsible online citizen. 2.Respect other people's online privacy. 3.Dont share your password or login information. 4.Dont insult or threaten someone online. If someone threatens or insults you, and tell an adult. 5.Help other people learn more about netiquette. 10 of 20
Follow Acceptable Use Policies! Access to the Internet is a privilege, not a right. If you dont follow the rules, your privilege may be taken away by a teacher, parent, internet provider, or the police. Part Three: Tools and Strategies 11 of 20
So what else can you do to avoid being a cyberbully or a victim of cyberbullying? PARTICIPATE! Participate in any assemblies or classroom activities to help stop cyberbullying! Part Three: Tools and Strategies 12 of 20
READ! Check your schools library or the public library for books about cyberbullying. Bullying Prevention Booklist (pdf) Barnes and Noble bullying booklist Amazon.com bullying booklist Part Three: Tools and Strategies 13 of 20
GET INVOLVED! Volunteer to be a part of teen court or a student sanctioning experience. Part Three: Tools and Strategies 14 of 20
Part Three: Tools and Strategies Play Games! Make use of free interactive cyberbullying games and make a choice stories, websites, and apps 15 of 20
ONLINE GAMES Bully Shield App : Rindin App: Professor Garfield: The Knowzone: The Big Help: Kids Against Bullying: Its My Life: Teens Against Bullying: Cyberbully Zombies : Part Three: Tools and Strategies 16 of 20
Role Play! Act out everyones roles-victim, bully, friends, parents, teachers, counselor, etc. Create dialogue to express how everyone feels. Discuss what they should do! Part Three: Tools and Strategies 17 of 20
Tell Someone! Tell a teacher or trusted adult if you or someone you know is being cyberbullied. Instructions: Answer the question below by clicking on the answer you think is correct. Telling a teacher doesnt help if someone is being cyberbullied. True or False Part Three: Tools and Strategies The correct answer is False! Telling a teacher can reduce bullying by 50%. 18 of 20
Weve covered the basics of proactive strategies, legal issues, and reactive strategies. Before you finish, take a few moments to test what youve learned. Proceed to self-learning check. Conclusion 20 of 20
Instructions: Read the questions below, and select the correct answer. 1.Cyberbullying is a fact of life in the 21 st century. There is nothing you can do about it. a)TrueTrue b)FalseFalse 2. You can learn to be a good digital citizen. a)TrueTrue b)FalseFalse 21 of 20
1.Cyberbullying is a fact of life in the 21 st century. There is nothing you can do about it. a)True b)False The correct answer is (b) False. There is a lot we can do to prevent cyberbullying and to stop it when it happens! The most important thing YOU can do to protect yourself is to be cyber savvy! If it does happen, tell a trusted adult who can help you. Return to Self-Learning Check.
2. You can learn to be a good digital citizen. a)True b)False The correct answer is (a) True. Developing good online behavior will establish a good online reputation, could assist you in getting into college or acquiring scholarships, and maybe help you land your first job! It will also grow your circle of friends and establish you as someone others can look up to! Return to Tutorial.
Congratulations! Youve earned three gold star! To be entered into the drawing for a KindleFire, visit wqpt.org/entry. Random drawing will be held on March 15, 2013.wqpt.org/entry If youve completed all three parts, you may now print your certificate by clicking HERE.HERE.
_________________ successfully completed the Cyber Savvy Cyber Safe course. _________________ Student Signature _________________ Teacher/Parent Signature _______ Date CONGRATULATIONS!