What the day looks like 9.30 Welcome and introduction to the day 9.40 Moral Compass exercise with emphasis on Rights and Responsibilities Ahmet’s story – animated video of a child’s experience using a Social Networking site and some of the issues he encounters – Break Workshop session Reshowing of Ahmet video – discussion groups Slogan’s Den thinking of a slogan for the TLP Anti bullying week Lunch Buffet lunch and play Rights responsibilities and Charter drafting 2.30pm Summing up and next steps 2.45pm Delegates collected from conference
What you said last time 36 YEAR 5 LEARNERS said they thought they knew really well the skills and knowledge relating to: How to select secure passwords Their rights as to how be safe and happy online The fact that they knew that everything they put on the internet could be seen by others They could choose appropriate tools to communicate with others They respected the respect they had for other users of the internet They knew that the information they shared might have an impact on others That there was inaccurate information online That they should ask their friends before the used things they have created in their work
Y5 expressed a weakness in skills and knowledge relating to: Why some people present unreliable information online How to protect themselves against virus threats Knowledge of how the author of a website targets their audience How they can acknowledge the source of materials
YEAR 8 LEARNERS Said they thought they knew really well the skills and knowledge relating to: The impact that cyber-bullying can have How cyber bullying can take place How to stay safe on a social network Why they needed different passwords How to block comments that made them feel uncomfortable Explaining the difference between fact and opinion
Year 8 expressed a weakness in skills and knowledge relating to: Knowledge about their digital footprint is constructed How common viruses work How websites direct advertising Knowledge about copyright and their responsibilities towards this
Feedback from July
One school did a survey and found the following Year 3 and 4 4/22 on facebook ¼ of class have their own DSi, Ipods/ phones with internet access 21/22 parents trust their children to use the internet safely 18/22 use a social networking site 6/22 have a personal filter 15/27 play games and do talk to someone they don’t know
Moral Compass Compass : gives direction Morality: describes behaviour based on what is right and wrong
Parents G Ground rules O Online Safety antivirus and security settings L Location access anywhere: gaming : family room D Dialogue if not acceptable in everyday life : children teach parents
Social networking What is meant by a social networking site? Examples? Good things Bad things
AHMETS Story a child’s experience using a Social Networking site and some of the issues he encounters. Learning outcomes Understand the dangers of giving out personal information Be able to discuss the risks of using the internet, in particular SN Recognise that anti-social behaviour and bullying take many forms Understand some of the effects of cyberbullying Understand the legal implications of copyright material Understand the risks of sharing personal images or video Identify protective behaviours or strategies which keep you safe online
Group exercise facilitated by secondary pupils How many aspects of e-safety can you identify in Ahmet’s story ? Think about what Ahmet is doing …. spot the things you consider to be unsafe/ bad practice What advice would you give to Ahmet about how to use a social networking site responsibly?
Ahmets Story Safe Advice Not safe
Feedback aspects of e-safetyunsafe/ bad practice
If we have a right to use the internet for communication, what are our individual responsibilities? What advice would you give Ahmet?
Ahmets story Addressed the following Social networking Security of personal information Cyberbullying Spam mail Inappropriate websites Peer to peer file sharing Intellectual copyright Instant messaging
Over to you! Can you come up with a slogan for this year anti bullying wristband? Create a slogan and stick on the wall. Vote for the best. Most popular 5 will face the Dragons to explain why theirs should be chosen. Vote.
Rights and Responsibilities If we agree we have the right to use and enjoy the positive benefits that the Internet and mobile technology brings, what are our responsibilities to ensure we can do so safely and without threat?
Charter Maker What do we want from our peers, i.e. other learners, parents and schools to help us enjoy the benefits of internet and mobile technology and give us the knowledge and strategies to avoid the dangers
Learners Charter RightsResponsibility
Parents Charter Rights Responsibility
School Charter RightsResponsibility
Code of conduct when Internet browsing RightsResponsibility
Code of Conduct when Downloading and sharing Music/files RightResponsibility
Code of conduct when using Social Networking RightsResponsibility
Code of conduct when using Mobile phones RightsResponsibility
Code of conduct when using Games especially online gaming RightsResponsibility
Code of conduct when sharing personal information RightsResponsibility
Code of conduct when Online shopping RightsResponsibility
Code of conduct when communicating with others by electronic media RightsResponsibility
Social Networking Mobile phones Online shopping Gaming Music and file sharing Personal information LEARNERS PARENTS SCHOOLS Communicating with others Internet browsing RIGHTSRESPONSIBILITY E- Safety Charter
Next Steps Go back and speak to school councils and tell them what you have done today. Mrs Millard will collate information and send to schools so that you can discuss. Schools s any points back to me Charter finalised and printed and delivered to schools Charter Launch day INTERNET SAFETY Day 2013
What have we achieved?
What the day looks like 9.30 Welcome and introduction to the day 9.40 Moral Compass exercise with emphasis on Rights and Responsibilities Ahmet’s story – animated video of a child’s experience using a Social Networking site and some of the issues he encounters – Break Workshop session Reshowing of Ahmet video – Form groups facilitated by Y9 Think about what Ahmet is doing …. spot the things you consider to be unsafe/ bad practice What advice would you give to Ahmet about how to use a social networking site responsibly – group exercise facilitated by secondary pupils. Feedback from groups to be collated electronically Draw together with focus on … if we have a right to use the internet for communication, what are our individual responsibilities? Slogan’s Den Lunch Buffet lunch and play Rights responsibilities and Charter drafting 2.30pm Summing up and next steps 2.45pm Delegates collected from conference