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Internet Safety

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Norm Usiskin

on 2 February 2012

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Internet Safety Rule #1: Give Them Nothing CREEPS GET NOTHING FROM ME!
NO NAME.
NO PICTURE.
NO ADDRESS.
NO PHONE NUMBERS.
NO SCHOOL.
NO CLUBS OR TEAMS.
NO PASSWORDS.
NO USER NAMES.
NEVER EVER give a stranger on the Internet any information that could help them find you in person. Nothing. Zero.
Rule # 2:No Secret Meetings If you do strike up an online friendship with a kid, and you want to meet, that can be OK. And it’s simple to do it safely. Just follow this simple rule:
TELL YOUR PARENTS, GUARDIAN OR TEACHER, AND ASK THEM TO BE AT THE MEETING.
If it’s a creep in disguise, they won’t show up.
You win. Bye bye, creep.
Cyberbullying Good Digital Citizenship New technology means new forms of etiquette: a basic courtesy young people need to learn is asking permission from their friends before posting or tagging photos that include them. (Not to mention, thinking twice about the sorts of pictures of you and your friends you’re posting in the first place.) Digital Identity
The representation of oneself through the form of technology and Web 2.0 sites. Example: If you were to do a google search of yourself, what would you find?
Cyberbullying
Cyberbullying "involves the use of information and communication technologies to support deliberate, repeated, and hostile behavior by an individual or group, that is intended to harm others. -Bill Belsey“
Why Have We Started Talking About This? As this year progresses, it is our intention to
have each student establish an electronic portfolio
at ForestGreenSchool.ca.
Not only will you get to choose some pieces of work that you are very proud of, but we will be expecting you to blog about
why you have chosen that particular piece of work to save electronically.
It is obviously important that you have an idea about how to
keep yourself safe on the internet, and how to be responsible about your participation in Web 2.0 activities on the internet.
Being a Digital Citizen
At Forest Green School, we use information and technology in safe, legal, and responsible ways. It is important that we educate our students on what this means before we start using technology. The conversation must continue throughout our work.

We embrace the following conditions or facets of being a digital citizen.

Respect Yourself. I will select online names that are appropriate, I will consider the information and images that I post online.

Protect Yourself. I will not publish my personal details, contact details or a schedule of my activities.

Respect Others. I will not use technologies to bully or tease other people.

Protect Others. I will protect others by reporting abuse and not forwarding inappropriate materials or communications.

Respect Intellectual Property. I will suitably cite any and all use of websites, books, media, etc.

Protect Intellectual Property. I will request to use the software and media that others produce.
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