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Screen smart & media wise:
What parents need to know about digital technology

Practical Tips

Presented by Alissa Sklar, Ph.D.
@alissasklar www.risk-within-reason.com

Building your digital footprint
Cyberbullying
Privacy
Managing time online
Safety
Finding good role models
Being a good role model
Don't ban digital technologies-
teach how to use them wisely and well!
So what is "digital citizenship" anyway?
9 elements of the DCP
Digital Citizenship in Schools
By Mike Ribble and Gerald Bailey
Digital access
Digital commerce
Digital communication
Digital literacy
Digital etiquette
Digital law
Digital health and wellness
Digital security
Digital rights and responsibilities
An estimated 160,000 students miss school in the U.S. each day for fear of bullying and/or harassment.
How is cyberbullying different?
What can you do to stop cyberbullying?
Sydney learns she has been
tagged in a photo on Instagram
by someone she met at summer camp. She didn't know about the picture being taken and thinks she looks awful in it. She suspects the girl who posted it knew that and did it deliberately. Lots of people she doesn't know have commented on Instagram about the picture, and some have made hurtful comments.
What would you tell Sydney to do?
Scenario #1
Scenario #2:
Zachary has been getting anonymous emails, tweets and messages saying mean things like "You're ugly" or "Nobody likes you." He doesn't know for sure who's doing it, but suspects they might be from some kids in his math class. He doesn't tell anyone about them.
But now he's learned from another student that this group is threatening to beat him up after school one day. Other kids who were friendly are starting to avoid him. He's feeling very anxious and having trouble sleeping and concentrating on schoolwork.

Discussion:
What should Zachary do? Should he tell his parents? Should he tell a teacher or principal at school? How could the adults make this situation better? How might they make it worse?
The Second Self - our digital personas
time-consuming
exhausting
stressful
difficult to control
What this means:
www.PrettyThin.com -- A site about beauty, in our eyes

"This site is taking on a new direction. For over a year now, this site has been about thinspiration, and a location for those choosing to take the Ana lifestyle upon themselves."
Questioning sources - communities of influence online
www.self-injury.net
Why I do what i do
2 days 23 hours ago
HiI have been SI-ing for the last 7 years. I don't do it for the pain or the blood. It is for the wound itself. I don't feel satisfied unless it's wider. I seem to instinctively know when I have cut enough. Does anyone else do this?
The more connected we become online, the more disconnected we can feel IRL. #f2fcounts
42% of Internet users ages 10 to 17 said they viewed porn online in the past 12 months.
66% of those say they came across it accidentally.
Privacy online - 3 general guidelines:
Avoid posting personal information that can
threaten personal safety
;
Never post material that may prove
embarrassing or hurtful
later on;
Never, ever post anything that may prove embarrassing or
hurtful to others
.
Privacy online - 3 general guidelines:
Why does watching porn online matter?
Porn notorious for exaggeration.
Isolating.
Depicts sex without love or emotional connection.
Focus on specific sex acts and not intimacy as a whole.
Objectifies and degrades women and girls.
L. sends her boyfriend a picture on Snapchat that is meant only for him. He screenshots the image and saves it on his phone without telling her. When she breaks up with him a month later, he sends the picture to all his friends. L. is so embarrassed and comes to you for help? What can she do now to deal with this? How could it have been prevented?
Scenario #4
Privacy
protection of reputation trumps freedom of expression
-Quebec Civil Code
Possession of images showing someone under 18 in anything less than a bathing suit is possession
of child pornography and is a crime
.
Teens have been charged and become
registered sex offenders.
Be a good role model;
Look for good role models.

Be AWARE of how much time you spend online.
Review the privacy controls on your online networks, put them on highest setting. Keep on top of changes.
Set up a Google alert with your name.
Thank you!
Questions?
alissa@risk-within-reason.com
www.risk-within-reason.com
@alissasklar
http://bit.ly/DigitalSafety_HS_Parents

Digital devices should be removed from bedrooms 30-60 minutes before you go to sleep.
Focus on building a positive online identity.
SPEAK UP if someone is in trouble.
Scenario #3
Evan is applying for admission to a very prestigious university program. He Googles his name and realizes there are some images, comments and links associated with him that he would rather not be seen by a college admissions officer (or prospective employer).
What can Evan do?
True or False?

If I take a picture on a smartphone and post it on Instagram, no one can find out where I took it.
Smartphones record every place I go with them, and exactly when I've gone there.
If someone is mean on a website, I can complain about them to the website owners and they will be blocked or banned.
I can post any picture I want on my account.
Private messages online (in texts, direct messages or email) are truly private.
When I'm older and I apply for a job, my boss will be able to see the things I posted online when I was a kid.
Research shows that those who play 3+ hours a day of video games have MRI brain scans that reveal similar patterns as people addicted to drugs.
Playing video games or using social media can be compared to using drugs.
4 key elements of social media & apps to consider:
1- Anonymity
2- Webcams/ Images
3- The illusion of control
4- Time spent online
Do I need to ask for help?
Difficulty sleeping/ sleeping much more
Lack of appetite/ binge eating/ severely restricting food
Difficulty focusing on tasks
Not excited or interested by things you used to love
Feeling separated or distant from yourself - like you are watching yourself in a movie
Harming yourself
Headaches, stomachaches, nausea, extreme fatigue
Feelings of hopelessness or sadness
Anxiety, panic attacks, groundless worry

Who can I ask for help?
Your parents
Your teachers
Your guidance counselor
Your doctor
A CLSC
KidsHelpPhone.ca
(1-800-668-6868) is Canada's only free, national, bilingual, confidential and anonymous, 24-hour telephone and online counselling service

12-13 year olds can legally express themselves sexually with others
no more than 2 years older
; 14-15-year-olds can be sexual with others
no more than 5 years older
.
Read more here:
http://www.kidshelpphone.ca/Teens/InfoBooth/Sexting/Sexting-and-the-Law.aspx
However,
there are no laws yet to specifically deal with sexting, so Canadian courts have identified
consent
and
control
as the key factors
Stress & Anxiety - digital connection
http://bit.ly/DigitalSafety_HS_Parents
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