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Student Internet Safety


Peter Robinson

on 28 March 2013

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Our digital native students expect to be connected all the time and have virtually instant communication "The educational system must respond dynamically to prepare our population for the complex, evolving, global challenges of the 21st century. Advances in technology are poised to meet these educational demands. Cyberlearning offers new learning and educational approaches and the possibility of redistributing learning experiences over time and space, beyond the classroom and through out a lifetime. " "Internet-telephony, videoconferencing, screen sharing, remote collaboration technologies, and immersive graphical environments make distributed collaboration and interaction much richer and more realistic." A Google search for “Video Chat” = 140, 000, 000 hits! iVideoChat TokBox G-Talk Paltalk Stickam Camfrog Which of the following are unethical or illegal behaviors?
A: plagiarizing
B: texting
C: hacking
D: e-mailing
E: cyberbullying 66% Correct Which one of the following situations shows acceptable digital citizenship
A: downloading songs without paying
B: allowing someone else to use your username and password to access a secure website
C: posting a video of a classmate being bullied on an online video sharing site
D: writing threatening or mean comments on someone's internet profile
E: posting comments on a classmate's blog explaining that listed dates for a school play are incorrect 81 % Correct Digital etiquette would suggest that having your cellphone turned on during school and other formal events is:
A: okay because everyone else does it
B: not a big deal
C: necessary so you can receive texts
D: not a good idea as it can distract you as well as others 87% Correct If you have a question about the safety of an Internet technology, the best thing to do is:
A: assume that it is safe since it is online
B: never use it
C: ask your teacher or parent before using it
D: ask your friends what they think 83% Correct One of your classmates has a blog that has mean and insulting posts about classmates and teachers. What should you do?
A: do nothing since it is not your blog
B: post comments on the blog
C: talk to a parent or teacher
D: try to find the user name and password so you can delete the comments 80% Correct Built-in Camera:
Learning tool
Dangerous temptation? Students have many ways to capture and send images and video Positive learning opportunities P.E. classes Interview projects "Students report that there is a substantial disconnect between how they use the Internet for school and how they use the Internet during the school day and under teacher direction." "For the most part, students’ educational use of the Internet occurs outside of the school day, outside of the school building, outside the direction of their teachers." "The Digital Disconnect: The widening gap between Internet-savvy students and their schools | Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project." Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project. Web. 15 Dec. 2009. "The Digital Disconnect: The widening gap between Internet-savvy students and their schools | Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project." Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project. Web. 15 Dec. 2009. (Fostering Learning in the Networked World: The Cyberlearning Opportunity and Challenge - Report of the NSF Task Force on Cyberlearning –June 2008) Digital Citizenship Our students know a lot,
but we need to do more. Safety Education planned for AMS and ELHS Internet Safety needs to be part of the bedrock Student access to these capabilities at some time is virtually certain no matter what we do. The question is, what will choices will they make when they get there? What do our students already know? And, what can we do to help them make good choices? Choices that students make can have far reaching consequences. Skype
A common tool
Easier to monitor that way Global connectedness carries responsibility and is not without risk We need community involvement as well Just kinda cool...I had a student who was absent from class yesterday (sick), but logged in on SKYPE at classtime and participated in the class, turned in the assignment that was due that day and partcipated in the online activity I had planned and sent me a screenshot of their score from that online assignment....

Now don't get me wrong....many kids misuse this new technology and I have battles every minute of everyday about using laptops and laptop time appropriately, but today was a good example of what could happen if kids would just get onboard with us and use their laptops to LEARN what we are trying so hard to teach them :0) Internet Safety for 21st Century Learners
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