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Parent Technology Coffee Morning - e-safety
Transcript of Parent Technology Coffee Morning - e-safety
ICT Curriculm Leader
Just like in the offline world, no amount of effort to reduce potential risks to children will eliminate those risks completely. We cannot make the internet completely safe. Because of this, we must also build children’s resilience to the material to which they may be exposed so that they have the confidence and skills to navigate these new media waters more safely.
Executive Summary . Byron Review Children and New Technology. UK 2008
© 2010 Kate Ter Haar
in years 3-7 most online bullying/harrassment is carried out by friends of friend, or friends of friends of friends (level 2/3)
in year 7 onwards most online bullying/harrassment is carried out by friends
online friend development vilified by cultural climate that meeting people online is dangerous (Valentine 2004)
% of teens receiving unwanted sexual solicitations has declined (Wolak et al 2006)
public fear of above has increased (Cassell 2007, Marwick 2008)
Public myths about predators do not reflect reality (Wolak et al 2008)
unfounded fears limit teenagers unnecessarily but they also obscure preventable problematic behavior (Valentine 2004)
9. Security (self-protection)
Nine areas of behaviour
of Digital Citizenship
There are three ways to get something done; do it yourself, hire someone to do it for you, or forbid your kids to do it
Unfortunately, no single measure can protect children from online harm and . . . traditional parenting skills have never been more important.
Communications Minister Helen Coonan (2007)
danah boyd clip
who are you talking to?!
think before you post
nicknames should be neutral, not indicative of gender (esp girls)
avatars should be neutral, in no way provocative
don't engage in aggressive manner
don't share passwords
if you publish, turn on comment moderation
tell your friends and ask them to stop if a joke goes too far
What can you do?
set ground rules, time, location
be aware use is different
follow your own rules
if necessary, check history, cookies - look for gaps when you know computer was in use
add simple safety functions e.g. Google Safe Search
1. POS = Parents Over Shoulder
2. IC = I see
3. STBY = sucks to be you
4. Q4U = question for you
5. ASL = age sex location
6. L8R = later
7. SO = significant other
8. ZZZ = boring
9. QT = cutie
10. F.*.*.K = friends you can keep
deciding which resources to use with our students changes from year to year and takes into account the experience, sensitivity and current situation
New sites e.g. chat roulette, formspring, zorpia
Location services e.g. facebook places, gypsii
Augmented reality e.g. layar, face recognition
Special interest groups e.g. eating disorders, self-harming