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Cyberbullying, Internet safety, and the legal, ethical and s

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Independent Technology Project
Cyberbullying
What is it?
Internet Safety
Why is it important?
Legal,
Ethical,
and
Social Issues
By: Eryka Kraner
Cyberbullying
Internet Safety
Legal, Ethical, & Social Issues
Cyberbullying is bullying that takes place using electronic technology. Electronic technology includes devices and equipment such as cell phones, computers, and tablets as well as communication tools including social media sites, text messages, chat, and websites.
http://www.stopbullying.gov/at-risk/groups/index.html
In the Classroom?
about 20% of students have been cyberbullied
common in middle school students and adolescent girls
may happen at home, but strongly effects their school life
Girls/Boys
Girls commonly spread rumors
Boys usually post hurtful pictures/videos
How Can Teachers Help?
Get online and know the slang and websites students often use
Subject yourself to this other world that students live in
Encourage parental supervision online
Remind Your Students
Don't post something you wouldn't say to their face
You care about them and want to help them
Cyberbullying is not cool
Know the Signs
Depression
Withdrawn
Sudden grade slips
Change in friendships/interaction
Often don't feel well
Missing a lot of school
http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/article/cyberbullying-what-teachers-and-schools-can-do
What Students Should Do
Don't post something you don't want your parents, teachers, and peers to see
Review privacy & security settings on social networking accounts
Know parental rules for the internet
Too restrictive?
Not enough?
Reset passwords often
What Teachers Should Do
ALWAYS review internet rules
Don't assume they remember
Good to reinforce
Explain safety rules for devices on DAY 1
Using classroom devices
Personal devices
Cell phones
Laptops
http://www.classroom20.com/profiles/blogs/internet-safety-checklist-for
According to SAFE by Metropolitan Police Service (MPS), “The potential for the internet to be a valuable and fun resource for entertainment, making friends and learning is huge. But if you use the internet, you could be at risk of illegal activity or abuse - be it bullying, fraud or something more serious. Unlike seeing someone face to face, on the net, people aren't always what they first seem."
SAFE by MPS
"In the same way you learn about safety when you leave the house, it is important to learn how to stay safe online. These are skills that will stay with you for life."

MPS Golden Rules
•Don't give out personal information such as your address or phone number
•Don't open emails or attachments from people you don't know
•Don't become online ‘friends’ with people you don't know
•Never arrange to meet someone in person who you've met online
•If anything you see or read online worries you, tell someone about it

http://safe.met.police.uk/internet_safety/get_the_facts.html
Legal Issues
Copyright & Fair Use
Privacy
Acceptable Use
Software Piracy
Social Issues
Digital divide between those who have technology access and those who don't
Abundance of technology access leads to cyberbullying
Inappropriate online social interaction
Ethical Issues
Freedom of Speech
Privacy
Academic Dishonesty
Freedom of Speech
Freedom to post
Violation of the rights of others
When has it gone too far?
Privacy
Monitor every website that is visited
Look for illegal activity
Does this violate people's privacy?
How much can the government actually do?
Use of school devices
Agreement policy
Can be monitored by schools
Academic Dishonesty
easier to cheat/plagiarize and harder to detect
websites write papers for students
Teacher Need to Help
Must be aware of issues technology presents
Stay up to date with technology students are using
Ethical Issues
Ethical Issues
Ethical Issues
Copyright & Fair Use
copyright- form of intellectual property that gives the creator exclusive rights for a period of time to protect those who create works
text, music, artwork, software, ect.
fair use- identifies the criteria under which you may be allowed to copy another's creative work
generally in face-to-face teaching
Legal Issues
Acceptable Use
Teachers must explain what is acceptable & how to use technology properly
Legal Issues
Objective 5 - Digital Citizenship
Understand important issues that come with having technology with regard to legal issues and ethical behavior
Outcome
Know expectations of safe and legal technology use
Know responsibility of using the internet
Develop lifelong internet responsibility
Information from:
Fourth Edition
Teaching and Learning with Technology
Lever-Duffy/McDonald
DO SOMETHING
What are you going to do about it?
How does this apply to your everyday life?
What can you do if one of these things occurs?
What is cyberbullying?
List 3 ways you can help promote internet safety.
Explain the legal, ethical, and social issues that can be encountered in the classroom.
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