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1 Internet Safety For Parents Doug Walker Instructional Technology Supervisor Jefferson Township Public Schools

2 Web 2.0 Educating the Digital Natives

3 Did you know? 2.0 Did you know? 3.0 Did you know? 4.0

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8 “Digital Native” Children What do they like to do?

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10 What is used in the workplace?

11 SharePoint Portals Wiki’s Collaborative Documents Multimedia Creation 3 Dimensional Writing and Reading Twitter Online Learning, Web Training and Webex Web and Multimedia Marketing Global Collaboration

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13 Do our kids have a choice?

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19 On Christmas Day, Amazon sold more eBooks than physical copies for the first time.

20 In 1927, dismissing what some would call a rather obvious technology-driven opportunity for the business, legendary Hollywood pioneer Harry M. Warner of Warner Brothers squawked, "Who the hell wants to hear actors talk?"squawked

21 In 1946, another Hollywood kingpin, 20th Century Fox head Darryl F. Zanuck, dismissed a nascent competitor with this infamous brush-off: "Television won't be able to hold on to any market it captures after the first six months. People will soon get tired of staring at a plywood box every night." infamous brush-off

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23 CISCO CRS-3 Router Can Stream Every Movie Ever Made in 240 Seconds What does this mean for television, movies, education?

24 Access to unlimited information in our pocket

25 We are no longer the smartest people in the room.

26 Google Text Search Text message your search query to ("GOOGLE" on most devices) and we'll text message back your results

27 3 Skills all Student Must Have How to manage massive amounts of information. How to work globally. To be self directed. - Alan November

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30 Left Brain Vs. Right Brain

31 All children are born artists. The problem is to remain an artist as we grow up. - Picasso

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33 These are key skills for the 21 st century student and a requirement for success in our global society. Creativity Innovation and Design Collaboration and Communication

34 Internet Safety

35 WEB 2.0 WIKIS SHARING USER GENERATED CONTENT BLOGS OPENNESS SOCIAL NETWORKS RSS/FEEDS Podcasts

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37 Technology: How Widespread? Kaiser Family Foundation Study found –8-18 year-olds: average of 7 hours, 38 minutes per day consuming entertainment media –More than 53 hours per week –Because of “media multitasking,” they are cramming in 10 hours, 45 minutes into that 7.5 hours –Generation M2: Media in the Lives of 8- to 18- Year-Olds, January 2010, Copyright © 2010 National School Boards Association. All rights reserved.

38 Risky Online Behaviors 56% - Post Personal Information 43% - Interact with unknown people online 35% - Have unknown friends 28% - Used the web to make rude comments 26% - Sent personal information

39 76% of parents don't have rules about what their kids can do on the computercomputer

40  NYS Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force The Technologies: How do they get there? Desktop and laptop computers located at home, friend’s homes, work, libraries, stores, schools, “Internet cafes”…wireless connections.Desktop and laptop computers located at home, friend’s homes, work, libraries, stores, schools, “Internet cafes”…wireless connections. PDAs/”Blackberries”.PDAs/”Blackberries”. Cell phones.Cell phones. Internet capable games (i.e., Xbox, Playstation 2).Internet capable games (i.e., Xbox, Playstation 2). 40

41 Social Networking

42 The Benefits Collective Knowledge Personal Learning Network Staying Connected to friends and family Real-time news Networking Global Perspectives and Connectivity

43 “Electronic Bathroom Walls?” “Electronic Bathroom Walls?” “Kids are becoming stars of their own online television reality shows” in front of an audience of millions of Internet users.“Kids are becoming stars of their own online television reality shows” in front of an audience of millions of Internet users. 43

44 The Dangers Profiles Sharing of Pictures and Text Misrepresentation All posted content can be permanent

45  NYS Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Blog Profiles … Can reveal a lot … 45

46 Tracking Teresa

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48 Predators will use information obtained from children to gain trust and friendship (her mother’s death)Predators will use information obtained from children to gain trust and friendship (her mother’s death) Unless you know someone in person, you don’t really know who they are on the Internet (predator portrayed himself as 18 yr old)Unless you know someone in person, you don’t really know who they are on the Internet (predator portrayed himself as 18 yr old) Anyone is vulnerable (father was police officer, lived in small town)Anyone is vulnerable (father was police officer, lived in small town) 48

49 DATELINE

50 Sharing of Pictures and Information Anyone can distribute College Admissions Hiring Managers The Way Back Machine –

51 Text Twitter  NYS Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force 51

52 Sexting How common is it? –From the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy 20% sent 22% received 15% sent to someone they know only online Copyright © 2010 National School Boards Association. All rights reserved.

53  NYS Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force 53

54 Cyberbullying Not your parents’ neighborhood bully Copyright © 2010 National School Boards Association. All rights reserved.

55 Cyberbullying Harassment –Repeatedly sending negative, offensive, rude, insulting messages Denigration –Sending or posting gossip or rumors that are damaging to reputations or friendships Copyright © 2010 National School Boards Association. All rights reserved.

56 Cyberbullying Impersonation –Posing as another person and sending messages to make him/her look bad, get into trouble, or damage reputations or friendships Outing –Tricking a person into revealing secrets or embarrassing information, then publishing online Exclusion –From IM buddy lists or discussion groups Copyright © 2010 National School Boards Association. All rights reserved.

57 Cyberbullying (Cyber)stalking –Repeatedly sending unwanted messages or other online acts that include threats of harm or are otherwise intimidating. *Cyber-Safe Kids, Cyber-Savvy Teens, Cyber-Secure Schools, Presentation Notes, Nancy Willard, M.S., J.D., Center for Safe and Responsible Use of the Internet, January, Copyright © 2010 National School Boards Association. All rights reserved.

58 Is Cyberbullying More Harmful Than In-Person? Harm is on-going 24/7 Material can be widely disseminated and difficult or impossible to remove Bully may be anonymous or may involve others Teens are very reticent to tell adults about online concerns Lack of knowledge of how to stop cyberbullying Copyright © 2010 National School Boards Association. All rights reserved.

59 Texting Language

60 Samples GNOC GYPO KPC LMIRL MorF MOS P911 POS PIR

61 What Can Parents Do? Refer to Handout

62 GOOGLE and BING SAFE SEARCH

63 Social Media & Networking

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69 The Impact of Social Media United Breaks Guitars - c4zOqozo c4zOqozo Twitter

70 Preparing Our Students

71 Engagement with new forms of publishing

72 Communication, Creativity, Multimedia, Authentic Publishing

73 Digital Storytelling Briggs School Productions White Rock School Production Cozy Lake School Productions Math Stories Native American Stories Personal Narrative

74 Social Networking NING Moodle Blogs

75 Digital Posters Glogster

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77 Digital Posters Thomas Jefferson - Cellular Respiration - HS Grade 10 -Cellular Respiration Solving Quadratic Equations - HS - This lesson was created by a teacher. Students will take part in it independently. It involves videos, interactives and text.Solving Quadratic Equations - HS Chemical Reactions - Hydrostatics vs. Hydrodynamics Three Cups of Tea Design a sustainable lifestyle - World Healer Earthquake - Grade 2 - Long Vowels - Jefferson Twp Teacher Ex:- Grade 2 - Jefferson Twp - Teacher Ex Grade 2 - Teacher Samples

78 Skill – How to Manage Large Amounts of Information

79 Computer Applications New Curriculum 21 st Century Writing Multimedia Creation Collaboration Personal Learning Network Digital Storytelling Information Literacy Design

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81 Global Collaboration and Perspectives

82 1.4.1 Global Issue Media Studies – Video Conference with MongoliaMedia Studies – Video Conference with Mongolia MS Global Issues Wiki World Healer Project

83 Global Collaboration Dr. Robert Nahory Grade 2 – Vorhees NJ Grade 3 – England – Bell Farm School Holiday Card Exchange Project Where the Wild Things Went

84 In The Works MS French with MS English Class in Canada MS Social Studies Class with Similar Class in China New England High School with our HS British Literature Class- Frankenstein Grade 2 – Author Skype Session

85 Smartboards

86 3 Dimensional Writing Wikispaces, Moodle

87 Virtual Fieldtrips – Google Earth Create Context Activate Prior Knowledge Virtual Tours Literature Trips

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89 Data Driven Decision Making Study Island Learnia Q3 Solutions Digital Report Cards

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