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Cyber Safety in the Classroom
Transcript of Cyber Safety in the Classroom
In the Classroom
Cyber-predators will use the internet to prey on victims. Cyber-predators use victims information to abuse them sexually, emotionally, or financially.
This link shares some real life stories:
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With the emergence of online shopping, communications, and bill paying; identity protection should be incorporated into all cyber-safety programs. The following link is a great resource for youth privacy.
Teachers need to be aware of the dangers presented by cyber-predators and how to prevent them.
For more information on inappropriate content, check out this link to evaluate your students risk maturity.
Acceptable Use Policies should be in place and updated often to help protect students from cyber-bullying, predators, and plagiarism.
Acceptable Use Policies are written agreements between the school, parents, and students, defining the computer/internet usage terms.
Cyber-bullying is a form of harassment which includes social cruelty, stalking, or exclusion.
Cyber-bullying has become an epidemic amongst young people. to learn more
Identity Safety has become compromised because of personal information used on the internet. Credit card numbers, addresses, social security numbers, and passwords are just some of the items that can be taking and used in phishing scams or for personal gain.
•Acceptable Use Policies (guidelines)
•Cyber-bullying (internet harassment)
•Cyber-predators (internet hunters)
•Identity Safety (Identity fraud)
•Inappropriate Content (unsuitable material)
•Piracy, Plagiarism (stealing of ideas)
Piracy and Plagiarism
Teach them from the beginning
Acadia University. (2008). Retrieved from http://library.acadiau.ca/tutorials/plagiarism/
California Technology Assistance Project. (2010). Retrieved from http://www.myctap.org/index.php/teaching-and-learning/cybersafety-resources
Common Sence Media. (2013). Retrieved from http://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/curriculum/cyberbullying/lessons/
Roblyer, M., & Doering, A. H. (2013). Integrating educational technology into teaching. Upper Saddle River: Pearson.
Trust wave. (2013) Retrieved from https://www.trustwave.com/?utm_source=referrer&utm_medium=website&utm_content=m86-website&utm_campaign=M86-Rdr
(Roblyer & Doering, 2013, p.66)
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Cyber-bullying can be found through email, text messaging, or through social media sites such as Facebook.
Inappropriate content can be defined as pornography, hate groups, violence, illegal activity, extremist groups, or even online advertising.
Plagiarism is the stealing of intellectual property without the permission of the creator. Plagiarism is a big deal and needs to be understood by all students.
This is a great resource that gives a quick 10 minutes overview of plagiarism and piracy. It offers a quick how-to guide.
Cyber Safety is essential in the classroom and the home. It is up to teachers and parents to educate students on cyber safety.