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Internet Safety May 2014 – KS3
AIMS To find out what you know about staying safe online To improve on your knowledge on internet safety To be clear on the dangers of cyberbullying To teach me something new about your online life!
HOW SECURE ARE YOU? What do you have a password for? Think of reasons why you need to have strong passwords that are hard for other people to guess Why should you not share your passwords with other people? Password Q&A activity sheet
Perfect passwords checklist use letters and numbers use a minimum of 8 characters don’t contain any personal information use characters like brackets, &, or % use a mixture of capitals and lower case letters use a sentence or a line from a song instead of just one word only use the first letters of that sentence use different languages will be easy for me to remember I have different passwords for my online accounts I will change my passwords again within the next 6 months
Can I be your friend?
SOCIAL NETWORKING What do you use? Do you know how to keep safe? Would you be able to help tell someone else how to? Chloe’s Friendbook profile – activity sheet
CHLOE’S PAGE Positive Cartoon profile image Limited personal info Chloe helped a friend against cyberbullies Chloe asks how she knows someone Chats about positive things like homework Negative Uses full name Shares email 1186 friends Doesn’t know everyone friends with Talks about copying work Friend posts about Chloe being ‘home alone’ Shared location of home address Inappropriate adverts? Photos shared of partying – privacy settings?
CYBERBULLYING Please watch this short clip so we can discuss this after http://digizen.org/resources/cyberbullying /films/uk/lfit-film.aspx http://digizen.org/resources/cyberbullying /films/uk/lfit-film.aspx
JOE’S STORY Who bullied Joe? Kim, Kim’s close friends, Joe’s friends, others on bus, anyone who was involved in sharing and didn’t pass on to an adult Why did it all start, what did Joe do wrong? He didn’t do anything wrong, he just answered a question right at school Was there anything illegal about what happened? Yes, being involved in serious bullying and sharing or creating hateful messages/pages is classed as harrassment and can be reported to the police
JOE’S STORY Who could have stopped it or helped? Kim, Kim’s close friends, Joe’s friends, others on bus, anyone who was involved in sharing or Joe himself! What could Joe have done? Talked to an adult, reported online, talked to his friends about how it upset him, reported to police (save messages) Who helped Joe to sort it out? His mum, adults can help to change things that you might not feel confident enough to change yourself Do you think Joe was silly to be that upset by it? I don’t. At that age, school and friends are a huge part of your life and if they go wrong, it’s ok to be bothered. But it’s also ok to tell people that you are too.
WHAT SHOULD I DO? There are many ways of reporting things online and many people you can talk to about things which upset or worry you or other people. DO speak to a trusted adult and/or report using the in app features e.g. Click CEOP button/report abuse DON’T send on any photo’s or videos that you think are part of any cyberbullying DO make sure your personal info is secure DO share what you’ve learnt today www.thinkuknow.co.uk
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