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Transcript of BoostAug17PPI
YOUNG PEOPLE'S ACTIVITIES
Online Safety BOOST resource
Viewing and Listening ... and uploading
Simple social networking
Sophisticated social networking
.... and uploading!
.... and social Networking
Using social media
So.... how to keep your finger on the button!
Staying in control!
UK Safer Internet Centre
Protecting your professional identity:
Online identity: what is it and how do I safeguard it? An introduction for professionals and volunteers who work with children and young people.
parents and carers
From collaboration to communication; how children search, find and comment on those around them, including you! How important is social networking in their everyday lives?
Content, contact and conduct -
What risks do professionals and volunteers face?
Understanding school and organisation policies and how to stay in control?
Understanding the nature of our own online presence and environments
Keeping online social and professional lives apart
THE POWER AND SCOPE OF TECHNOLOGY
How do we use social media?
upload and share
|blogging and forums|
What are the risks we face online?
Table developed by the EUKids Online project and referenced in paragraph 1.3 of the Byron Review.
Misleading info or advice
Pornographic or unwelcome sexual content
Violent / hateful content
What risks should we be guarding against?
Being bullied, harassed or stalked
Harvesting personal info
Providing misleading info or advice
Creating and uploading inappropriate material
Bullying or harassing another
The implications for
© SWGfL Trust 2011
How might this affect you?
A headteacher and fellow colleague at a school in the midst of a "sex tape" controversy have been suspended, its chair of governors has confirmed.
Ysgol Bryn Tawe in Swansea has been besieged by concerns from parents after video footage supposedly filmed inside the school was posted online.
It is claimed the video was recorded outside an office at the school and "sex noises" can be heard from the other side of the door. The clip has been watched and shared hundreds of times on sites such as Facebook and YouTube.
Although officials have refused to comment on the video's contents, chair of governors Heini Gruffudd issued a statement saying head teacher Graham Daniels and another member of staff had been suspended.
The school governors have not said whether the suspensions are connected with the video. Mr Gruffudd said: "The head teacher and another member of staff are currently suspended and Mr Simon Davies, currently deputy head teacher at the school, will be managing the school for the time being.
"The school is running normally and we won't be commenting further at this time."
Mr Gruffudd added the school had received a "complaint", which it would not go in to detail about.
Bryn Tawe School headteacher and colleague suspended following 'sex tape' controversy
Postings by others linked to you
Your online profile
Postings by you ...
Postings by others pretending to be you ...
and of course.....
Simplified version of Instagram Terms and Conditions
Officially you own any original pictures and videos you post, but we are allowed to use them, and we can let others use them as well, anywhere around the world. Other people might pay us to use them and
we will not pay you for that
we may keep, use and share your personal information
with companies connected with Instagram. This information includes your name, email address, school, where you live, pictures, phone number, your likes and dislikes, where you go, who your friends are, how often you use Instagram, and any other personal information we find such as your birthday or who you are chatting with, including in private messages (DMs).
We might send you adverts connected to your interests which we are monitoring.
You cannot stop us doing this
and it will not always be obvious that it is an advert.
We can also delete posts and other content randomly, without telling you, for any reason. If we do this, we will not be responsible for paying out any money and
you won’t have any right to complain
Use of technology by school or setting staff on site and at home
What is expected of you?
looking at you?
Data from Microsoft commission survey 2010
7 years ago!!!
Estimated percentage of employers who routinely search for information about prospective employees
Think before you post anything
Understand your digital footprint
Search for yourself using Google or another search provider
Use appropriate language and behaviour
Consider how others may interpret your words, especially if using abbreviations
Protect your passwords
Don’t disclose and the stronger the better!
Manage your Privacy settings, using privacy effectively
Test your privacy
Find out from your friends what information they can see on your profile?
Discuss expectations with friends and colleagues
Are you happy to be tagged in a photo?
Familiarise yourself with your organisations policies and procedures
Make sure you know how what the rules are!
Know how to report an issue
Common sense things to do:
What are the issues?
How might your online reputation affect you?
Eight simple steps to
manage your own
Managing your Online Reputation
Protect your devices
Protect your privacy
Check the social network and media sites that you use
Share resources with other teachers
Communicate with parents
Get updates from educational organisations
Participate in real time Online Professional Development
Resources for Parents
Resources to use in school
For organisations other than schools
Online Safety Services