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Online Safety at Coonley

This is a short presentation on staying safe while using iPads or Internet
by

Nicole Zumpano

on 23 September 2014

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Transcript of Online Safety at Coonley

Online Safety @ Coonley
Why?
To remind you how
to stay safe on your iPads
or other devices!
1
Once something is online
it can stay there forever!
2
Anything on the Internet can be traced to the sender
Anything you post can be:
altered
cut/pasted
passed around
Tips!
3
Always log off
of accounts
4
If you wouldn't say it to your parents or teachers DON'T say it online!
5
Don't post pictures of yourself
or your friends online
6
Never post your full name
online! First name/last initial
7
THINK before you post!
Sometimes when we're angry or upset we don't worry about consequences before we act
10
8
Block and report anyone you
feel is threatening you
Always tell
a trusted adult
9
Don't open emails from people you don't know
Don't open attachments
from people you don't know
10
Don't be MEAN
True/False Quiz!
http://www.illinoisattorneygeneral.gov/cyberbullying/Cyber_Bullying_Quiz_0108.pdf
http://www.illinoisattorneygeneral.gov/cyberbullying/
1. 42% of kids have been
bullied while online
2. Messaging is private
3. The Internet is anonymous
4. Cyberbullying is as destructive
as traditional bullying
5. Sending a mean message
is cyberbullying
6. Posting a hurtful photo is cyberbullying
7. Responding in a mean or threatening
way does not make me a cyberbully
8. 58% of kids have not told
an adult about mean or hurtful
messages that they have received
9. Pretending to post as someone else is ok
11. You cannot block a sender
12. It is easy to misinterpret a message
Stay Safe, Coonley!
Cyber-bullying is the use of the Internet and related technologies to harm other people, in a deliberate, repeated, and hostile manner
10. You should ignore a mean
or threatening message
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