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1 © State of NSW, Department of Education and Training, 2010 IT’S TIME TO CONNECT ACEC 2012 Terry O’Brien Bruce Stavert

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4 “Children will be children - pushing boundaries and taking risks… At a public swimming pool we have gates, have lifeguards and shallow ends, but we also teach children how to swim.” - Dr Tanya Byron Image source:

5 © State of NSW, Department of Education and Training, 2010 Cyber bullying 5

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7 © State of NSW, Department of Education and Training, 2010 Cyber safety and privacy is only taught at the whim of individual teachers ACMA lists these topics as essential for teens: Unwanted contact, Cyberbullying, Online friends, Playing games online—keeping the balance, Digital footprint, P2P/filesharing, Inappropriate content, Financial security and online shopping, Identity theft.

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11 © State of NSW, Department of Education and Training, 2010 It recognises young people as stakeholders in positive internet use. The rules are the same for being a good real world citizen: Obey the law, have respect for others, act civilly and sensibly.”

12 © State of NSW, Department of Education and Training, 2010 What is digital citizenship? “Digital citizenship [is] about building safe spaces and communities, understanding how to manage personal information, and … using your online presence to grow and shape your world in a safe, creative way...” hthttp://www.digizen.org/tp://www.digizen.org/digize n.org.u//

13 © State of NSW, Department of Education and Training, 2010 Emerging literature supports the value of social networking sites for young people’s development and argues that instead of blocking access as the response to dealing with potential illegal and antisocial behaviour, educators should be supporting young people to recognise, manage and negotiate risks for themselves through developmental teaching programs on digital media literacy. CIA's "Facebook" Program Dramatically Cut Agency's Costs atch?v=ZJ380SHZvYU atch?v=ZJ380SHZvYU

14 © State of NSW, Department of Education and Training, 2010 Shaping behaviour in a digital world With students spending significant time in both the real and virtual worlds, it is becoming important for schools to teach young people what it means to be a good digital citizen and to be safe and responsible users of the internet.

15 © State of NSW, Department of Education and Training, 2010 Domain 1: DIGITAL CONDUCT Domain 2: DIGITAL FOOTPRINT Domain 3: DIGITAL RELATIONSHIPS Domain 5: DIGITAL LAW Domain 4: DIGITAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING Domain 6: DIGITAL FINANCIAL LITERACY Cross domain theme 2: CYBERBULLYING Cross domain theme 1: CYBERSAFETY Students will learn how to: 1.behave appropriately and recognise inappropriate behaviour online 2.understand the trail that is left by digital activities when maintaining an online presence 3.stay safe in online relationships and recognise and report inappropriate and predatory behaviour 4.maintain a healthy and balanced lifestyle while using digital technologies 5.stay within the law while working and socialising online, including copyright 6.use digital technologies to safely and appropriately manage money and shop online. The domains of digital citizenship stay safe and secure and be active in preventing bullying while online

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18 Social Networking and Digital Citizenship Trial 2010

19 © State of NSW, Department of Education and Training, 2010 Trial Design Yr 10 students at five schools Post School Certificate 12/11/10 to 9/12/10 Filtering allowed social networking and YouTube when off school premises

20 © State of NSW, Department of Education and Training, 2010 School No. of Year 10 Students Lower SES city HS253 Country High School128 City Technology HS327 Selective HS (one class only)24 Lower SES city HS136 Total868

21 © State of NSW, Department of Education and Training, 2010 Digital Citizenship Resources Year 10 students in the trial schools were required to undertake the Digital Citizenship lessons

22 © State of NSW, Department of Education and Training, 2010 Digital Citizenship Resources To train teachers: – video conference InFocus session developed and advertised state wide to all schools. – asynchronous Moodle course (approx. 5 hours)

23 © State of NSW, Department of Education and Training, 2010 Evaluation Students, teachers and parents – Online surveys – Focus groups

24 © State of NSW, Department of Education and Training, 2010 Evaluation outcomes - students Percentage of total social networking/ file sharing site hits on each site Website Number of hits % of total Facebook67, % Youtube17, % Ninemsn1, % Yahoo1, % Google Mail not via DET Portal % Hotmail/Mail.live (Microsoft) % Flickr % Myspace % Total hits on social networking/ file sharing sites88, %

25 © State of NSW, Department of Education and Training, 2010 As a result of the Digital Citizenship online lessons I completed, I now know more about Strongly disagree Disagree Not Sure Agree Strongly agree The need for on-line security6%7%10%47%30% How to be more secure online6%10%12%38%34% How to make my password secure 6%8%11%40%35% The need to build a positive digital footprint 3%8%20%40%28% Netiquette7%6%25%47%16% The potential benefits of social networking, chatrooms and filesharing sites 6%7%17%47%24% The potential dangers of social network sites and chatrooms 8%6%11%44%31% Steps to take before joining such sites 6%10%11%51%22% How to use security settings on social network sites 4%8%15%48%25% Social media marketing3%9%29%40%18% Cyber bullying and harassment7%8%15%43%28%

26 © State of NSW, Department of Education and Training, 2010 As a result of the Digital Citizenship online lessons I completed, I will now be more careful about Strongly disagree Disagre e Not Sure Agree Strongly agree on-line security3%6% 52%34% password security4% 47%39% my personal digital footprint (including photographs etc.) 3%6%16%40%35% netiquette3%7%24%42%25% security settings on social network sites 4%2%3%57%33% using chatrooms6%4%9%52%29% giving personal information6%4%6%40%44%

27 © State of NSW, Department of Education and Training, 2010 Parent Survey When do you think students should commence Digital Citizenship education? Kindergarten 118% Years 1 or % Years 3 or % Years 5 or % Years 7 or % Years 9 or % Unsure 1713% Total134100%

28 © State of NSW, Department of Education and Training, 2010 Teacher Survey When do you think students should commence Digital Citizenship education? Kindergarten 38% Years 1 or 2 38% Years 3 or 4 923% Years 5 or % Years 7 or 8 821% Years 9 or10 13% Unsure 00% Total39100%

29 © State of NSW, Department of Education and Training, 2010 Conclusions Within the limits of this study it is clear that the Digital Citizenship learning materials were remarkably successful for: – increasing knowledge – changing behaviour

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31 © State of NSW, Department of Education and Training, The Australian Curriculum includes seven general capabilities: Literacy Numeracy Information and communication technology (ICT) competence Critical and creative thinking Ethical behaviour Personal and social competence Intercultural understanding Literacy Numeracy Information and communication technology (ICT) competence Critical and creative thinking Ethical behaviour Personal and social competence Intercultural understanding

32 © State of NSW, Department of Education and Training, 2010 Personal and social capability Organising elements General capabilities in the Australian Curriculum - January 2012 p 68

33 © State of NSW, Department of Education and Training, 2010 Ethical Behaviour Organising elements General capabilities in the Australian Curriculum - January 2012 p 79

34 © State of NSW, Department of Education and Training, 2010 ICT competence Organising elements General capabilities in the Australian Curriculum - January 2012 p 45

35 © State of NSW, Department of Education and Training, 2010 Students develop ICT capability within a context of social and ethical protocols and practice. This element involves students in developing an understanding of: intellectual property pertaining to digital information

36 © State of NSW, Department of Education and Training, 2010 digital information security, including the responsibility to: – protect the rights, identity, privacy and emotional safety of online audiences – avoid and prevent cyberbullying – ensure security of self and/or others – respect audiences, being aware of the portrayal of self and others

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