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Acceptable Use Policy and Internet Safety Training Mr. Chalmers, Media Specialist Southwest Middle School Used with permission from Kristin Seeger
Acceptable use policy: education Technology in the district is for learning Different types of technology in our district are: Computers Chromebooks iPads iPods Some things you do at home might not be acceptable at school
Acceptable use policy: privilege Use of our school’s technology and access to the Internet is a privilege, not a right You may not: Post personal information about yourself on the Internet (last name, phone number, address, etc.) Repost information about someone without their permission Log onto a computer with another person’s information Violate copyright laws or plagiarize works you find on the internet If you break these rules there will be consequences
Acceptable use policy: internet The school district blocks inappropriate things on the Internet
Acceptable use policy: your promise As a student with access to iPads, computers, Chromebooks, and the Internet, you promise to: Follow the safety rules. Tell an adult if anything makes you feel scared, uncomfortable, or confused or if you see anything inappropriate online. Turn off your monitor until an adult can help you. Not share your personal information online at school. Not meet in person with anyone you meet online. Not use rude or mean language on the Internet Not respond to any message that is mean or makes you feel scared, uncomfortable, or confused. Tell a trusted adult if you get those messages.
Bullying Defined (by www.stopbullying.gov)by www.stopbullying.gov Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behavior among school aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. The behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time. Both kids who are bullied and who bully others may have serious, lasting problems. serious, lasting problems
Bullying Defined (by www.stopbullying.gov)by www.stopbullying.gov In order to be considered bullying, the behavior must be aggressive and include: An Imbalance of Power : Kids who bully use their power— such as physical strength, access to embarrassing information, or popularity—to control or harm others. Power imbalances can change over time and in different situations, even if they involve the same people. Repetition : Bullying behaviors happen more than once or have the potential to happen more than once. Bullying includes actions such as making threats, spreading rumors, attacking someone physically or verbally, and excluding someone from a group on purpose.
Cyberbullying: definition Bullying: Bullying that takes place using electronic technology. Text messagesEmail Embarrassing pictures, videos, websites, or fake profiles Online gaming Social Networking FacebookTwitter InstagramSnap Chat YikYakand others
Cyberbullying: if it happens to you Don’t respond to or forward the messages Block the person who is cyberbullying Report the problem to your parents or a trusted adult Keep evidence of the cyberbullying Dates Times Descriptions of what was sent Save emails, text messages, etc.
Lets get logged in I will turn on your monitors. Turn your computer on by pressing the button on the front of the device. Use Ctrl+Alt+Delete to get to the logon screen Your Username (Should be) first +last initials and your ID number Your Password should be you ID number What happens if I turn your monitors off?
Today’s Meet Open Chrome as your web browser. Go to www.neilchalmers.comwww.neilchalmers.com Mouse over Digital Citizenship and select week 2 On the left side is a list of today’s activities. Find Today’s Meet. Click the link next to Today’s Meet Check with the person next to you to see that you and s/he are in the right place. Type your id number as your Nickname.
Today’s Meet You can use this Today’s Meet to type in questions that you may have during class At the end of class I will be able to look at your questions and provide feed back.
Digital Life 101 Take out something to write with and something to write on. You will be taking notes today.
Warm Up – Defining Media and Digital Media Media (known as Traditional Media) Digital Media “one-way” media because people don’t interact with one another through these technologies “Two-Way” media because people are talking with one another Ways of mass communication. Usually TV, Radio, and Newspapers Digitized content that can be transmitted over the internet or computer networks.
Warm Up – Defining Media and Digital Media Media (known as Traditional Media) Digital Media What are some examples of things you do with Traditional Media? What are some ways people communicate with or share with others over digital media?
Watch a video You are going to watch a video about how digital media are a 24/7 part of our culture – that video game consoles and portable devices, such as cell phones, seem to surround us. The media lives of all kids and families are not the same. Some kids are allowed to use more digital media than others, and some kids like these tools more than others. Who you are on online is up to you. How much you use digital media is a choice that you (and your parents) make. Video Link Video Link
What are some things you learned from the video? 24/7 - Digital Media is part of our culture. Digital Media is social. People make relationships, join communities, and have the opportunity for self-expression
Pear Deck Go to peardeck/join.com (this is a first attempt at using this so we’ll see how it goes) Teacher linklink
What devices can you use to access digital media?
What things can you do (Actions) using Digital Media?
What feelings might you have when using or thinking about Digital Media?
What feelings do you think your parents have about you using Digital Media?
Assignment – Creating a Simile Simile - What is it? A simile is a figure of speech that makes a comparison, showing similarities between two different things (using the words “ like ” or “ as ”)similecomparison Examples Our soldiers are as brave as lions. Her cheeks are red like a rose. He is as funny as a monkey. Complete the “My Media Life is Like…” handout. (http://literarydevices.net/simile/)http://literarydevices.net/simile/ ►The water well was as dry as a bone. ►He is as cunning as a fox.
Got Media Smarts? Take the quiz “Got Media Smarts” This is not graded.
Review Questions from Back Channel What are Digital Media? What are two important characteristics of digital media? Why might people feel differently about their digital media?