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Family Feud

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Julie Hershey

on 1 December 2014

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Transcript of Family Feud

Name 4 positive aspects
of social media.
Name some of the social media sites that are popular with children.
Julie Hershey
Cassandra D'Amore
Family Service Saskatoon
Creativity and Innovation
Social Media
community awareness
Build social skills
Club Penguin
Name 3 potential problems brought on by social media.
Name ways to support healthy
social media use with children.
Talk about it
Set limits and parental controls
Keep devices in open areas
Model it
http://www.fosi.org/ (Family Online Safety Institute)
Name 4 ways to promote
online safety.
Educate yourself
Password protection
Get involved
Share values and beliefs
Name 4 things children should avoid posting online.
Phone number
Email address
Details about private life
Being tagged in photos
Name 4 ways to respond to
online bullying.
Leave the site
Block the sender
Talk to an adult
Document messages
Name reasons why kids
engage in sexting.
Peer pressure
Joke or dare
Proof of trust
or intimacy
Reasons why kids prefer
texting to phone calls.
Can multitask
Ways to promote good
cell phone use.
Discuss expectations
Set limits
Review monthly bills
Involve children in
selecting a phone
Online tools that connect people with common interests on the Internet. Unlike traditional media (TV, radio, newspapers and so on), social media allow users to interact with each other.
A software program that you use online or on mobile devices.
Transferring data from another computer to your computer, usually over the Internet (e.g. transferring a song from the Internet to your computer).

Transferring data from your computer or smartphone to another computer (e.g. transferring a photo from your computer to Facebook).

An online photo-sharing and social networking service that enables its users to take a picture, apply a digital filter to it, and share it on a variety of social networking services, including its own and other sites such as Facebook or Twitter.
A social networking service that has over one billion active users. Users must be thirteen years old to register. Users can create a personal profile, add other users as “friends”, exchange messages, and join common-interest groups.
The # symbol, used to mark keywords or topics in a Tweet. It was created by Twitter users as a way to categorize messages.
The topics that are being talked about most often on Twitter.
A massively multiplayer online game (MMO) involving a virtual world containing a range of online games and activities. Players use cartoon avatars and play in a winter-set virtual world.
An online social networking service and microblogging service that enables its users to send and read text-based messages of up to 140 characters (known as tweets).

An entry, such as a status update, posted on Twitter.

Social media
App (application)


The graphical representation of an online user or their alter ego or character.
An online community that takes the form of a computer-based simulated environment through which users can interact with one another and use and create objects.
A phenomenon in which kids can experience low mood when they compare such things as their number of "friends" and "status updates" to those of their peers. Researchers disagree on whether it's simply an extension of depression some kids feel in other circumstances, or a distinct condition linked with using the online site.
When users of social media “follow” people they know such as classmates or family. They may also use social media sites to find and meet new friends.
Virtual World
Facebook depression
Sending sexually explicit messages, photos or videos between cell phones. It can also happen using e-mail or on social media websites.
A combination between a handheld mobile telephone and a laptop computer. Features include calendar, email, Internet, GPS, social networking apps, and a camera.
An application that allows you to send messages from Facebook directly to someone’s mobile phone.
Facebook messenger
A website kept by an individual who updates it with regular entries of text or photos and videos. It is a lot like a journal, only on the web. People who read these websites can comment and share published content among their own online networks.
A way to save information to the internet, so you can access your files and programs from any computer anywhere in the world, as long as you have an internet connection (e.g. Google Docs).

A high speed internet and network connection without the use of wires, cables and other stuff you can trip over.
A video-sharing website on which users can upload, view and share videos.
This service allows users to communicate with peers by voice using a microphone, video by using a webcam, and instant messaging over the Internet.
A one-piece mobile computer, primarily operated by touchscreen. The user's finger essentially functions as the mouse and cursor, removing the need for mouse and keyboard. A popular example is the iPad.
A video game that is capable of supporting hundreds or thousands of players simultaneously. By necessity, it is played on the Internet. These games can be played on any platform, such as the personal computer, game consoles like PSP, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo DS, PS Vita or Wii, or mobile devices and smartphones.
Massively multiplayer online game
Cloud storage
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