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					                  Keeping Kids Safe:
The Changing Landscape of Digital Technologies
Brent Howard, Technology Integration Specialist, ESD 101 Technology Services
 Internet Safety and Training Education Project

Grant provided from:
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
U.S. Department of Justice

               In partnership with:
               Educational Service District 101
               United States Attorney’s Office Eastern Division of WA
               Northwest Council of Computer Education
               Northeast Washington Education Council
Web 1.0
Web 1.0 Example...
The shift to 2.0...
Web 2.0 Example...
Real Life Learning…

                 Elementary kids posting to the web?

Classroom Blog
Pop Quiz!

• What was the main topic
    addressed in FDR’s first
    fireside chat?
• (Use any resource)
•   (3 minutes)
Is this cheating?
As access to information becomes
 ubiquitous, what should we be
 asking kids to know and recall?
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Should we block YouTube?
We are currently...

• ...preparing students for jobs that don’t
 yet exist, using technologies that haven’t
 yet been invented, in order to solve
 problems we don’t even know are
 problems yet.
“Video game designers have created
such an engaging system that [kids]
don’t care if they have to fail 100 times
before they actually succeed,” says

“If you ask any teacher how she would
feel about a child failing 100 times at
algebra, but never giving up and even
asking his friends to help him succeed
at algebra, that teacher would say,
‘That’s the dream.”
In many schools...

            • No cell phones.

            • No music players.

            • No game
            • No open Internet.
After school...
           • They blog.

           • They network online.

           • They share pictures
            and videos.
           • They role play.
           • They CREATE!
Social Networking Sites for Educators
Social Bookmarking

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What should your kids know about social

 One in five employers search social networking sites before

 One-third of those said they found information that caused
 them to toss out potential candidates

 Universities and colleges are also searching sites when
 reviewing applications

 Many teachers, administrators, and coaches are also
 reviewing these sites
What else should they know?

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Digital Footprints...

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Think Before You Post…

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Social Networking

61% of 13-17 year olds have a personal profile on a social
network site

  50% of those included a picture

  95% listed a personal email address

  84% had a screen name used for IM
Who’s in your network?
Let’s look at another website
that Danny uses...
Cyber Predators...

53% of students prefer to be alone online.

31% admit to chatting with someone they’ve never met in

14% had a face-face interaction with someone they met

  9% were 13-15 years old

Only 4% of adult online predators pretend to be kids!
Only 4% pretend to be kids...

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What does it look like?

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Cyber-bullying: sending or posting harmful material or
engaging in other forms of social aggression using the
Internet or other digital technologies.

Cyber-threats: Sending or posting direct threats or
distressing material that raises concerns that the person may
be considering committing an act of violence against self or
                                    (Nancy Willard, 2007)
Textual Harassment?

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Megan Meier’s Story...

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Sexting in Spokane?
Tips to Stop Cyber-bullies

 Tell a trusted adult and keep telling them until they take action.

 Never open, read or respond to messages from cyber-bullies -
 don’t retaliate!

 If it is school related, tell someone at your school.

 Do not erase the messages. They may be needed to take action.

 If bullied through chat or IM, the bully can often be blocked.

 If you are threatened with harm, call the police.
Tips to Stop Cyber-bullies...


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