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The Good, the Bad and downright Ugly - navigating life online. Anjela Webster

Navigating the landscape of digital opportunities, citizenship, safety, and literacy.

Anjela Webster

on 2 April 2015

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Transcript of The Good, the Bad and downright Ugly - navigating life online. Anjela Webster

Navigating life online while retaining your
sanity as a parent.....

The Good, the Bad, and downright Interesting - Wired and Wise
Seamless 24/7
portable - personal - pockets
Managing multiple online identities

are the most important 'port of call' for guidance and boundaries
You have
as parents!
You'll blink and they'll be
You have
over their children's technology knowledge.
Cables full of glass fibre sending
pulses of light - delivering data
all around the world
Governance and
rules are
A society online
good guys
bad guys
Trends show we want...
Kindle books and blue Ray Snow White
Inappropriate content
Predators - stalkers
Online bullying
Sharing personal information
Social networks sites
24/7 on different devices
Gaming / 'underage' gaming
Illegal downloading
Addiction, alienation, isolation
Fraud, scams
Identity theft
Content forever on the net
Other ........
ubiquitous 24/7 contact
impact - rapid, viral, online forever
'unedited, uncensored'
anyone... can be the bully or target
'bystander' effect
track evidence
loss of content control
Victims' reluctance
Intrinsic need to "be understood"
Girls ....
10-18 years of age
'Identity' development
Teen role models
Keeping the channels open
Be in the moment
Pick your battles
'Popular' parenting
Stats show more bullying happens
between girls online.
risk taking
no teen wants to be invisible
reward psychology
music, gaming, videos
love the devices
time online, responsible uploading and downloading, reputation management, integrity
Instagram 4 years
FaceBook 11 years
Youtube 10 years
twitter 9 years
tumblr 9 years
pinterest 4 years
snapchat 3 years
vine 3 year 5 years
Kik 4 years
what's next......
Changing the way we think...
New-wiring- Changing the way
We learn

'F'eye reading pattern
10-20 secs per webpage
Skimming and scanning -
Impact on memory
Unbundle content
Less quality brain time spent building theories, opinions, values, innovating, adapting thinking
This presentation is designed to provide me with a visual map when I share with staff, parents and students in forums where the focus is on all things cyber - citizenship, literacy and safety. Research references are available on request. Sites, video and images used in this prezi are in the public domain and free of copyright to the best of my knowledge.
I have made this available in the public view so that it may shape thinking, initiate action, and motivate others to pursue personal integrity online. This presentation is frequently updated and changed according to the particular audience I am sharing it with.
The presentation provides a road map for sharing key points with audiences. It is not a stand-alone product.
You are the parent.... you get to make the rules...
your wisdom is of value. Key is a 'buy in' approach...
Mobile technologies -settings can
be selected to provide degrees of
filtering and privacy.
Go to 'SETTINGS' and look for Privacy or General and explore what you can do to limit range.
Go onto YOUTUBE and search 'How to change privacy settings' or 'Filtering' on your device.
NOTE- Searching 'Google Images' can produce results that are highly sexual, explicit, offensive. You can set Google settings to your chosing also, and put limits on for protection of family.
Things are changing in their schools.....

were at school - 'remembering and filling' was the process of learning.

Now we have tools to remember for us.
With a swipe or a tap we can change things.
We can say something in 140 characters.
We can screen-shot an image that can last forever online.

What impact is this having?
School walls don't exist.
Kids can become directors of their own learning.
Schools are underway to understand how devices support achievement.

Sir Peter Gluckman - Chief Science Advisor to Govt -
Jane Gilbert -NZ Ed. Researcher -
managing multiple selves
on and offline.
This is our personal story...
To be different but also to fit in with the crowd.
'idem' - the same
In the Past
Most bullying occurs on FB ... simply because there are > 1,000,000,000 users
Recent problematic behaviors on
Snapchat ,
Technology is just the vehicle
Internet is the new 'playground' for risk-taking.
Part of teen development is learning to take risks and calculating degrees of success and fallout. They need (not want) parents to provide support as they negotiate their way, and at times make mistakes.
They don't know it all just because it is
Casey Heynes

Schools of thought..
The Internet
Casey Heynes
...forever online
Further Acknowledgements:

Common Sense Media
NZ Herald
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