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CHS 10th Grade Classroom Guidance
Transcript of CHS 10th Grade Classroom Guidance
Staying Safe While on the Net or On Your Cell
What To Expect:
Protecting Your Reputation
By: Ms. Jordan & Ms. Woods
Relationships forged through games, chat rooms, dating sites.
Time does not equal accurate knowledge or build trust.
You can be who you want to be in the internet and so can your contacts.
PROTECTING YOUR IDENTITY
Secure your profile
Manage your photo sharing
Control your privacy settings
Never provide personal information
-Sending or forwarding sexually explicit photos, videos, or messages from a mobile phone
-Couple’s consensual exchanges
-Pressure from a boy friend
-43 % have been bullied on line
-90% of victims will not inform a trusted adult
-60 % of bullies have criminal conviction by age 24
Secure your profile
Protect your passwords
Never meet with someone in real life who you first met on-line
Do not post personal information
Never post anything that you don't want publicized
BE A GOOD CYBER CITIZEN!
Do you want anyone to see this picture?
Teachers, parents, law enforcement, and/or college admissions personnel.
Remember, any picture uploaded to the Web can be downloaded.
Let's Put Some Numbers On This...
There are approximately 310 million people in the United States.
Of these people, approximately 250 million are over the age of 14.
According to Comscore, about 235 million of these Americans use mobile devices.
If someone tries to:
Isolate you from your family or friends
Turn you against your parents
Convince you to keep secrets
Send inappropriate material or talk about explicit subjects
Never give out identifying information.
-i.e. name, address, phone number, email, school, clubs, etc.
Check with friends and family before posting their pictures or information.
Check to see what others are posting about you.
CONSEQUENCES OF CYBER-BULLYING
Fulton County’s policy
Progressive Disciplinary process
-Report to Law Enforcement
5 – 10 days OSS (Based upon severity of injury or disruption)
Save the evidence
Talk to a trusted adult
Conviction of felony – dissemination of child pornography
Registered as a sex offenders
Difficulty getting a job
Harm college acceptance
Be a friend, not a bystander
Block the bully
Be a good cyber citizen
Real Life Scenarios
Passing on Pictures
Creating a False Profile
Flirting with Pictures
PROTECTING YOUR REPUTATION