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Internet Safety Presentation

Transcript: Phone Calls Picture from Picture from - Only send appropriate pictures. - Don't send pictures that may offend or hurt someone else. - Pictures that are photo shopped are a good example of pictures that can hurt someone's feelings. Cell Phone Safety Picture Picture from Picture from By: Casey Kopylov Internet - Our advances in technology allow us to have access through our phone to the internet and therefore it's easier for us to post stuff from our phone to the internet. - Remember that once something from your phone is posted on the internet it will remain there forever. - Make sure that your phone also has some kind of security system. That way your phone will sense when the internet is trying to download something off your phone that you might not want to be downloaded. Pictures - If you wouldn't say it in person don't say it in text. - Remember that your texts can be forwarded, so don't send something to someone that you don't want other people knowing. - Write appropriate things (Grandma approved(: ) - Don't say something you'll regret. - Even thought its in text rumors are still rumors, don't spread them. - Always delete texts after reading them that way no one can read what you were talking about. Picture from Texts - Better than texts because in a phone call you can at least hear the person and know its them. - Don't answer a call from a person you don't know. - If someone is talking on the phone respect their privacy and they will respect your privacy in the future. Picture from Picture from

Internet Safety Presentation

Transcript: Today we will discuss a few topics pertaining to internet safety and share ways we can work together to ensure student success through the Digital Conversion. Basic Internet Safety Tips *Continually dialogue with your child about online safety. Stay involved in your child’s online world by setting limits on his/her “screen time” and monitoring who your child is communicating with online. *Explain to your child that he/she should never give out identifiable information online. For example, your child should understand that he/she should not post detailed information about his/her whereabouts. *Tell your child to never share their passwords with anyone, including friends. *Explain the consequences of posting inappropriate material online. For example, a child’s reputation can be impacted by a status entry or an image that is shared. *Monitor your child’s cell phone usage and review text messages sent and received, including images downloaded and uploaded. Educate yourself on the latest threats facing kids online (e.g., cyberbullying, sexting, etc.) and talk to your child about being a good digital citizen. Cyberbullying • Flaming and Trolling – sending or posting hostile messages intended to “inflame” the emotions of others • Happy-Slapping – recording someone being harassed or bullied in a way that usually involves physical abuse, then posting the video online for public viewing • Identity Theft/Impersonation – stealing someone’s password and/or hijacking their online accounts to send or post incriminating or humiliating pictures, videos, or information • Photoshopping – doctoring digital images so that the main subject is placed in a compromising or embarrassing situation • Physical Threats – sending messages that involve threats to a person’s physical safety • Rumor Spreading – spreading gossip through e-mail, text messaging, or social networking sites Cyberbullying Tips *Tell your child not to respond to rude e-mails, messages, and comments. *Save the evidence, such as e-mail and text messages, and take screenshots of comments and images. Also, take note of the date and time when the harassment occurs. *If harassment is via e-mail, social networking sites, IM, and chat rooms, instruct your child to “block” bullies or delete your child’s current account and open a new one. *If harrassment is via text messages, check out phone features that may allow the number to be blocked. *Report the cyberbullying incident to school administrators or on the school website *Due to a new TN law, schools now treat cyber bullying as a zero-tolerance offense! VMS students take a stand against bullying... What do VMS students and teachers think about the Digital Conversion? Common Forms of Cyberbullying the sending of sexually explicit photographs or messages via mobile phone Questions? Sexting *Know what safeguards are available on your child’s phone, such as turning off and/or blocking texting and picture features. *Talk to your child about the possible social, academic, and legal consequences of sexting. They could face humiliation, lose educational opportunities, and get in trouble with the law. *Encourage your child to not be a bystander or an instigator. If he or she receives a “sext,” discuss why it is important that he or she not forward the image to anyone else. *Remind your child that they can talk to you if they receive an inappropriate picture/message on their cell phone. *Report any nude or semi-nude images that your child receives to law enforcement. *About one-third of online teens (ages 12-17) have been cyberbullied. Girls are more likely to be targeted. December 5, 2013 Supports the end user hardware What is Sexting? Internet Safety Help Protect your Child from Sexting Currently, in Tennessee anyone - regardless of age - who creates, distributes or possesses an image of a minor engaged in a sexually explicit act may be prosecuted under the State’s child pornography laws and if convicted, will generally be required to register as a sex offender.

Guidelines for Internet Safety Presentation

Transcript: Guidelines for Internet Safety Jacklyn Corpas Let's Get Started Digital literacy is when one can understand information and show it through writing or other platforms, such as the usage of digital devices Digital Citizenship is the way a person uses the information, and resources that they find online Internet Safety is the knowledge of how to stay safe online, to avoid security risks What is …? What is...? Digital Literacy: It makes sure that an individual is understanding what they are reading. Also, educates how and when to use digital technology. Digital Citizenship: Helps an individual uses their sources from internet and technology is a responsible way. Being educated on citizenship helps avoid cyberbullying and academic plagiarism. Internet Safety: Keeps a person safe from what/those who are online. Helps prevent personal information to be used by another. Privacy is kept private. Why is it important? Important Suggested Videos Quizlet Kahoot Remind101 Blackboard Apps from app stores Edmodo Microsoft Office 365 YouTube Social Media Internet and Digital Resources Students Use Potential Concerns Internet Safety: An individual may encounter exposure to inappropriate material, harassment, interactions with online strangers online or in real life. Potential Concerns Potential Concerns Privacy and Security: If not careful one's identity could be stolen, credit card information, passwords, and other personal/private information. Cyberbullying: Can cause the victim to suffer from low self-esteem, depression, feel hopeless, and suicidal. Next Relationship and Communication: When communicating with others online one must be careful, not everyone is who they say they are online. Be sure not to give out personal information to someone you met online. Self-Image and Identity: An individual may suffer from an identity crisis from their real life and their online life. Also, what an individual post online it can forever affect their lives. Next Digital Footprint and Reputation: Whatever an individual posted online is forever in the cloud, even if is deleted. If unaware of this individual can mess up their life due to something they posted long ago. Bring Your Own Device: Students can find a way to open restricted apps/websites. Not everyone has the money to have their own device. A teacher is unaware of what the students have on their devices. Copyright: If an individual copyrights something they may suffer legal issues. Next Students should be aware of the all the potential concerns that comes from using technology and the internet. They should also know that it should be taken very serious. What should students know and do? Solutions Keep passwords to themselves Not to share personal information Not to meet up with online strangers Cite their sources NOT TO PLAGIARIZE Parents need to know what their child is doing online. What should parents know and do? Parents Educate their children about online safety Be informed on child's passwords Kid-proof their computers and internet Guides for Social Media, Cyberbullying, Cyber Security, and Internet Safety Online Safety Tips for Parents Resources for parents to be educated on safety and privacy Resources Website Videos on online issues (Social Media, Cyberbullying, Online Safety, Online Privacy, etc.) Tip Sheets Presentations Game Online safety activities, games and quizzes that help reinforce key online safety messages to children. Topics: Cyberbullying, Online Security, Sharing Passwords, Free Downloads, Online Friends Resources parents can use to teach their children about Internet Safety Parents teach Internet Safety Safety Contract: My Classroom rules and guidelines Rules and Guidelines 1. Respect others. 2. Come prepared to class with supplies and homework completed. 3. Keep your feet and hands to yourself. 4. Listen to when the teacher is talking, and follow directions. 5. Raise your hand when you would like to speak in class. Summary Summary Both parents and children need to be aware that the internet and technology is not always safe. they need to know how to stay safe when online. Online issues. (n.d.). Retrieved July 7, 2018, from Magid, L. (2013, May 26). Retrieved July 7, 2018, from Heirman, W., & Walrave, M. (2008, November 01). Assessing Concerns and Issues about the Mediation of Technology in Cyberbullying. Retrieved July 6, 2018, from (n.d.). Retrieved July 6, 2018, from

Internet Safety Presentation

Transcript: Shelby Guillory April 14, 2019 Safety Internet What Is It? Internet Safety Internet safety is about trying to stay safe online. The goal of internet safety is to maximize personal safety and minimize security risks. Personal information is used to identify yourself. Personal Information This includes information such as: Full Name Date of Birth Home Address Social Security Number Pictures of Yourself Passwords Family Names School Address Payment Information Text KEEP YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION PRIVATE!!! How Can We Use The Internet? Incorporating technology in the classroom can lead to the following advantages: Increases responsibility over one's own learning Creates assignments that can be more engaging and relevant Promotes mindfulness in the classroom over one's own behaviors Builds upon 21st Century Skills that will create more successful career pathways Tips for Online Safety Safety Tips 1.) Do not give out personal identifying information. 2.) Never agree to meet up with someone you have only met online. 3.) Do not send photos of yourself to strangers. 4.) Think before you post pictures on Instagram, Snapchat, or Twitter. 5.) Do not give your password to ANYONE! 6.) Immediately let your parents and teachers know if you think something is wrong or inappropriate online. 7.) Set your social media accounts to private. Do Now: Now What? Write a brief paragraph (3-4 COMPLETE sentences) that responds to the following questions: 1.) What do you know about the importance of internet safety? 2.) What did you learn about internet safety? 3.) How will you increase your internet safety?

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