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1 Jana Dixon Dawson Educational Cooperative
Internet Safety Jana Dixon Dawson Educational Cooperative

2 Agenda Welcome - Housekeeping Vision of K12 Students Internet Safety
Types of Safety Internet Safety Concerns Organizations Activities Cyberbullying Facebook Privacy Concerns Resources Organizations Attorney General FBI Laws Use videos: Use activities: Discussion: How do we teach? When do we teach?

3 Types of Safety Physical Psychological safety
Reputational and legal safety Identity, property, and community safety

4 Internet Safety Concerns
People & Communication Privacy & Online Footprint Digital Citizenship Teaching appropriate use Ethics Downloading & copyright Netiquette

5 People - Communication
Ways students communicate Dangers in communication Texting Facebook & MySpace Chat Skype Cell phone Cyber Bullying Sexting Revealing too much personal information Predators

6 Cyber Bullying Podcast with Diane Sawyer Activities

7 Privacy – Online Footprint
Top 5 Privacy Tips for Teens Identifying information Password Protection Usage rules – especially with younger children People are sometimes not who they appear to be Not everything you read online is true Screen Names

8 Privacy – Online Footprint
Netsmartz Activities THINK before you POST Have you Googled your name? Online Footprint #2 Online Footprint #3

9 Digital Citizenship What is Digital Citizenship?
9 Elements of Digital Citizenship Teaching appropriate use Ethics (Bookmark) Downloading & copyright Netiquette Bookmark in packet

10 Organizations

11 Resources Protecting Personal Privacy Safe
Children’s Online Privacy Safety Tips for Tweens and Teens

12 Establish Basic Rules Never agree to meet someone you met online
Avoid chat rooms Do not reveal personal information without first discussing site with parent Never respond to a threatening message Always tell a parent about problems

13 Parental Role Parental controls with ISP Take active role
Keep computer in common area out of bedrooms Monitor & text messages Avoid chatrooms Monitor gaming sites that have chat options or webcams

14 Warning Signs Time spent at computer Withdrawal from family
Turns computer off or clicks off screen when parent walks in

15 Laws Regarding Internet Safety
CIPA = Children’s Internet Protection Act Implementation began July 1, 2004 Schools and libraries must certify that they have an “Internet Safety Policy” in place as defined in the law. This act mandates specific strategies to prevent adverse computer use by school-age children. A school Internet Safety Policy must address the following issues: Access to minors to inappropriate material on the Internet The safety and security of minors when using , chat rooms, and instant messaging services Unauthorized access, including so-called hacking and other unlawful activities by minors on-line Internet Safety Videos

16 Laws In order to receive E-rate discounts, schools in Arkansas must be in compliant with this act. Districts must send to the state a completed form 479 stating the status of their compliance. The choices are In Compliance Undertaking actions to comply with CIPA CIPA does not apply because school is receiving discounts for Telecommunications Services only. Schools must certify that they do the following: Created an Internet safety policy and distributed it to the school community. Implemented a technology – blocking measure to prevent schools from accessing inappropriate material from all school computers. If not certified, they must be undertaking measures to implement such technology. Conducted a public meeting to disseminate and discuss the school’s new or revised Internet safety policy.

17 Arkansas Code State Law
Have a written policy concerning student and staff use of computers owned by the district in accessing the Internet. Written policy should include provisions for the punishment of violations of the policy. Students should sign a computer use agreement form outlining proper and improper use of public access computers prior to being allowed to access the computer equipment. Technology to prevent students and staff from gaining access to material that is harmful because of a filtering program. This should include obscene and pornography Internet websites. (State 8e6 plus Local Control)

18 Works Cited "Connect Safely |Online Safety 3.0: Empowering and Protecting Youth | Commentaries - Staff." Connect Safely |Connect Safely | Online Safety on and off the Fixed and Mobile Internet. Web. 21 July < Internet Safety News - Internet Safety-For Our Children's Sake. Web. 20 July < "Internt and Privacy Don't Mix :: Local Tech Wire." Local Tech Wire - Real Reporting. Real Time. Web. 21 July < Sharpmack, Brenda. "Internet Safety Videos." AAIMconference - Home. Web. 21 July < Session Handouts>. Images "Types of Malware-Safety Tips." Free Online IT Tutoring Materials. Web. 22 July <

19 Works Cited: Videos "Common Sense Media: Digital Footprint Intro on Vimeo." Vimeo, Video Sharing For You. Web. 22 July < " Dangers." Home. Web. 22 July < "YouTube - A Vision of K-12 Students Today." YouTube - Broadcast Yourself. Web. 22 July < "YouTube - Dangers Of Teen 'Sex-ting'" YouTube - Broadcast Yourself. Web. 22 July < "YouTube - Everyone Knows Your Name." YouTube - Broadcast Yourself. Web. 21 July < "YouTube - Have You Googled Your Name Lately?" YouTube - Broadcast Yourself. Web. 22 July < "YouTube - How Large Is Your Online Footprint?" YouTube - Broadcast Yourself. Web. 22 July < "YouTube - Kitchen." YouTube - Broadcast Yourself. Web. 22 July < "YouTube - Online Footprint." YouTube - Broadcast Yourself. Web. 22 July <

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