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Safe & Respectful Electronic Communication
Transcript of Safe & Respectful Electronic Communication
Healthy Online Relationships
Did you know?...
Teens, not children, are most likely to receive online sexual solicitations.
How much time per day TOTAL do you use media?
Safe Online Talk
Understanding Healthy Behaviors
How many of you have a computer?
Who do you talk to online?
What rules do you follow to stay safe online?
Stop! Too dangerous to proceed.
A teen is more likely to be solicited online by another teen or a young adult.
Not as risky
There are a range of risky behaviors online.
Receive inappropriate spam and send it immediately to junkmail
Accept a friend request online from a stranger and receive a sexually explicit online message from them after that--and don't tell anyone. Joke around online and flirt using avatars/virtual representations.
Seek friendship/relationship in a chat room and develop ongoing risky communication with that person.
Your behavior online communicates your character traits and values.
Use "TAKE THREE" handout to help guide your thinking about safe & respectful online talk.
What is respectful behavior in the virtual world?
Slow down, be cautious-and be prepared to stop.
Coast is clear-but look both ways!
Lamoille County Sheriff-
What online situations have (or might have) caused you a "gut feeling"?
Were you the person expressing or receiving the inappropriate behaviors?
Other-not so fun-facts...
Flirting versus sexual harassment?
Expressing your values as opinions
Think generally: avoid risky situations
When is it ok to post pictures or personal information?
You cannot UNPOST or UNSAY something!