PEAC E O F MIN D F O R FAMIL IES O N L IN E NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
Outline• Digital Age• Understanding digital culture• Define Success• What’s needed?• Generation Safe
Digital Age• Youth live out their lives online.• Parents and youth have very different relationships with technology.
Facts and Figures about Online Safety NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
Facts About Our Digital World Today, youth spend 7.5 hours/day with technology and media 7 ...
Facts About Our Digital World In ranking problems at school 76 % ofEducatorshave placed CYB...
Facts About Our Digital World• 95% of teens are online• 80% of online teens use social media• 88% of social media-using te...
Facts About Our Digital World• 15% of social media-using teens have been the target of online meanness.• 19% of teens hav...
Defining SuccessSuccess = Youth become full digital citizens: Ethical Responsible Resilient
October 2011 Microsoft’s Computing Safety Index On a scale from 0 – 100 Five- C...
Computing Safety Index
Strategies for Parents3 KEEPs for Parents™  Keep Current  Keep Communicating  Keep Checking
Digital Drama• ―The Drama! Teen Conflict, Gossip, and Bullying in Networked Publics‖ - Study by: DanahBoyd and Alice ...
Digital DramaCase Study• Jamey Rodemeyer- 14 year-old boy who committed suicide after being bullied by classmates. ...
Digital Drama• According to teenagers, bullying is something that happens only in elementary or middle school.• ―There’s...
Digital DramaDefining ―Drama‖ Drama connotes a combination of conflict and attention that often involves social media s...
Digital DramaDrama as practice Performativity Attention Status Entertainment Marwick &b...
Digital Drama• Drama lets teens conceptualize and understand how their social dynamics have changed with the emergence o...
Digital Drama• Successful anti-bullying efforts empower victims• Interventions must focus on positive concepts, such as ...
Managing Digital Interactions • Relationships • Reputation • Resiliency
Managing Digital Interactions Relationships  Appropriate Contact  Appropriate Content  Appropriate Conduct
Managing Digital Interactions Reputation  Online reputation as an asset rather than a liability  Permanent Digital Fo...
Managing Digital Interactions Resiliency- Strategies for Helping Manage exposure to hurtful, unhealthy, or traumatic c...
Managing Digital Interactions Resiliency- Manage Exposure Communicate your expectations for content. Use filters and p...
WHAT’S NEEDED?PreventionDetectionIntervention NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
DETECTION“We are missing vital clues…” NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
Goal for Success Whole school involvement Heightened awareness Organized reporting of all digital incidents ...
Recognize Behavioral Indicators Refusing to go to school Suspicious bruises Damage to personal belongings Sleeping dif...
Create A Network of SupportStudents need a strong network of support thatincludes all stakeholders in the community—parent...
Build Positive School ClimateBe presentApproach bullying as cry for helpClearly identify unacceptable behaviorTeach st...
Take Advantage of Generation Safe™ Tools:36% of teachers RECEIVED NO TRAININGby their school districts in issues related t...
Generation Safe Overview Resource Library and 360 Self Assessment Incident Response ToolProfessional Developm...
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Generation Safe “. . . Ensuring that our students have a safe learning ...
Generation Safe “The Generation Safe™ suite . . . allows us to take a proactive rather than a r...
Venn Diagram NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
INCIDENT RESPONSE TOOL (IRT) & FLOWCHART NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
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Download Docs for Interviews NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
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Follow up forms NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
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Generic Forms NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
Today’s Activity: Scenario Responseo Each group will respond to a different scenario and document their proce...
Today’s Activity: Scenario Responseo What steps does the first responder take once he/she is aware of an inci...
Group Activity: Share Responses o Which tools did you use? o Why or why not? o How were they affective? o Or not? o Wh...
Generation Safe Scenario #1 o Before school, a female student, Julie, sends a picture of herself, wit...
Generation Safe Scenario #2 o Students in Ms. House’s class are allowed to use their personal cell pho...
Generation Safe Scenario #3 o Miss Smith is a new teacher in Probationary status. She teaches 6th...
Generation Safe Scenario #4 o Jason, a senior, has excellent grades. His parents expect him to attend ...
Generation Safe Scenario #5 o Mr. Jones teaches fifth grade. Several middle students, Tom, Joe, an...
RESOURCE LIBRARY AND IKEEPCURRENT NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
P/D/I NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
Articles around current digital news NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
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Committee Activity NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
360 SELF ASSESSMENT NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
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Medal Qualifications Bronze: Commit to improve the school by registering for the 360 Self Assessment. Silver: ...
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360 of the Digital Citizenship Improvement Actions NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
Schoolreports NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
Districtreports NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
Interactive Group Activity NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
360 Self Assessment for your School. . . Managing User Accounts NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITI...
Inspiring Change in School Culture "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, concerned citize...
Debrief What do you know?What do you need to know?What can IKSC do for you? NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL ...
Q&A MARSALI HANCOCK iKeepSafe.org GenerationSafe.iKeepSafe.org ...
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National Conference on Youth Cyber Safety

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  • 1. PEAC E O F MIN D F O R FAMIL IES O N L IN E NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • 2. Outline• Digital Age• Understanding digital culture• Define Success• What’s needed?• Generation Safe
  • 3. Digital Age• Youth live out their lives online.• Parents and youth have very different relationships with technology.
  • 4. Facts and Figures about Online Safety NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • 5. Facts About Our Digital World Today, youth spend 7.5 hours/day with technology and media 7 days/week That’s 52.5 hours/week! Or…227.5 hours/month Generation M2: Media in the Lives of 8-to 18-Year- Olds (2010)
  • 6. Facts About Our Digital World In ranking problems at school 76 % ofEducatorshave placed CYBERBULLYING ABOVE: Smoking “Cyberbullying- Parents and Educators Drugs are Concerned but not a Top Priority” (2010)
  • 7. Facts About Our Digital World• 95% of teens are online• 80% of online teens use social media• 88% of social media-using teens have witnessed cruelty on social network sites. Lenhart ,Madden, Smith, Purcell, Zickuhr, Rainie (2011)
  • 8. Facts About Our Digital World• 15% of social media-using teens have been the target of online meanness.• 19% of teens have been bullied in the past year either in person, online, by text, or by phone. Lenhart ,Madden, Smith, Purcell, Zickuhr, Rainie (2011)
  • 9. Defining SuccessSuccess = Youth become full digital citizens: Ethical Responsible Resilient
  • 10. October 2011 Microsoft’s Computing Safety Index On a scale from 0 – 100 Five- Country U.S. Average All Consume 34 37 rs Educators 32 39 Parents 33 36
  • 11. Computing Safety Index
  • 12. Strategies for Parents3 KEEPs for Parents™  Keep Current  Keep Communicating  Keep Checking
  • 13. Digital Drama• ―The Drama! Teen Conflict, Gossip, and Bullying in Networked Publics‖ - Study by: DanahBoyd and Alice Marwick
  • 14. Digital DramaCase Study• Jamey Rodemeyer- 14 year-old boy who committed suicide after being bullied by classmates. Marwick &boyd (2011)
  • 15. Digital Drama• According to teenagers, bullying is something that happens only in elementary or middle school.• ―There’s no bullying at this school‖ was a regular response. Marwick &boyd (2011)
  • 16. Digital DramaDefining ―Drama‖ Drama connotes a combination of conflict and attention that often involves social media sites. Marwick &boyd (2011)
  • 17. Digital DramaDrama as practice Performativity Attention Status Entertainment Marwick &boyd (2011)
  • 18. Digital Drama• Drama lets teens conceptualize and understand how their social dynamics have changed with the emergence of social media. Marwick &boyd (2011)
  • 19. Digital Drama• Successful anti-bullying efforts empower victims• Interventions must focus on positive concepts, such as healthy relationships and digital citizenship. Marwick &boyd (2011)
  • 20. Managing Digital Interactions • Relationships • Reputation • Resiliency
  • 21. Managing Digital Interactions Relationships  Appropriate Contact  Appropriate Content  Appropriate Conduct
  • 22. Managing Digital Interactions Reputation  Online reputation as an asset rather than a liability  Permanent Digital Footprint
  • 23. Managing Digital Interactions Resiliency- Strategies for Helping Manage exposure to hurtful, unhealthy, or traumatic content Manage privacy (settings and apps) Secure data and devices
  • 24. Managing Digital Interactions Resiliency- Manage Exposure Communicate your expectations for content. Use filters and parental controls. Teach strategies—how to react.
  • 25. WHAT’S NEEDED?PreventionDetectionIntervention NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • 26. DETECTION“We are missing vital clues…” NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • 27. Goal for Success Whole school involvement Heightened awareness Organized reporting of all digital incidents NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • 28. Recognize Behavioral Indicators Refusing to go to school Suspicious bruises Damage to personal belongings Sleeping difficulties Tense or tearful NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • 29. Create A Network of SupportStudents need a strong network of support thatincludes all stakeholders in the community—parents, law enforcement, and school staff. NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • 30. Build Positive School ClimateBe presentApproach bullying as cry for helpClearly identify unacceptable behaviorTeach students to create own environmentPay attention NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • 31. Take Advantage of Generation Safe™ Tools:36% of teachers RECEIVED NO TRAININGby their school districts in issues related to onlinesafety, security and ethics in the past year. NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • 32. Generation Safe Overview Resource Library and 360 Self Assessment Incident Response ToolProfessional Development & Flowchart (IRT) NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
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  • 34. Generation Safe “. . . Ensuring that our students have a safe learning environment is paramount. I believe that Generation Safe™ finally provides a comprehensive framework . . .” Joel Hamas Senior Director, Instructional Technology Tamalpais Union High School District NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • 35. Generation Safe “The Generation Safe™ suite . . . allows us to take a proactive rather than a reactive position with regards to technology in learning.” “As a principal, . . . I rely on the interactive investigation tools made available through the Generation Safe™ 360 Self Assessment and resource documents.” Steve Giles Principal, Riverton Elementary School Jordan School District, Utah NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • 36. Venn Diagram NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • 37. INCIDENT RESPONSE TOOL (IRT) & FLOWCHART NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
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  • 40. Learning Modules NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
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  • 44. Screen shot of flowchart screen with mouse rollover NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • 45. Screen shot of browse detailed instructions NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
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  • 52. Download Docs for Interviews NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
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  • 55. Follow up forms NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
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  • 57. Generic Forms NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • 58. Today’s Activity: Scenario Responseo Each group will respond to a different scenario and document their processo Each group should consider these roles o The First Responder o who discovers/is made aware of a potential issue o The Administrator o who heads the investigation o The Victim/The Offender/The Bystander o The Parents o Law Enforcement o The Community-at-large, including the Press
  • 59. Today’s Activity: Scenario Responseo What steps does the first responder take once he/she is aware of an incident? o What are the key issues that need to be considered? o How long does this process take? o What tools does he/she use? Why?o What steps does the Administrator take once he/she is notified of an incident? o What are the key issues that need to be considered? o How long does this process take? o What tools does he/she use? Why?
  • 60. Group Activity: Share Responses o Which tools did you use? o Why or why not? o How were they affective? o Or not? o What special circumstances dictated your response? o What do we teachers need to know?
  • 61. Generation Safe Scenario #1 o Before school, a female student, Julie, sends a picture of herself, with her shirt unbuttoned revealing her bra, to her boyfriend, John. Julie goes to class, only to discover that John has forwarded the picture to his friend, Matt, who in turn, has sent the email to other students. Students in the class begin to make inappropriate comments to Julie about her picture. Other students shake their heads in disgust. It seems as though every student in the class is receiving the picture via a text message. The teacher, Mr. Canon, receives the picture too.
  • 62. Generation Safe Scenario #2 o Students in Ms. House’s class are allowed to use their personal cell phones during class as student responders or for research. Not every student has a personal device, so they share. Steve and Karen share Steve’s phone, and are working on a project together. At recess, Karen tells other students that Steve is using his phone to cheat, and a group of students begin taunting Steve. The Noon Duty Supervisor sees the commotion, asks what is going on, and confiscates Steve’s phone. Unfamiliar with his iPhone, she begins to search Steve’s email, his pictures, his tweets, his apps, and his text messages.
  • 63. Generation Safe Scenario #3 o Miss Smith is a new teacher in Probationary status. She teaches 6th-8th grade honors Social Science. Miss Smith has created a Moodle site for her students to access their assignments and homework. There is a monitored discussion that is used by all of her students. Miss Smith also has a link to her Facebook account on Moodle. She uses this Facebook account for educational purposes only, and has a separate personal account. The privacy settings on her personal FB account are set to ―Public‖. On her personal FB account, Miss Smith posts pictures of herself, wearing an OPUSD sweatshirt, and her friends drinking and partying in Las Vegas this past weekend. When Miss Smith goes to class on Monday, she sees comments in the Moodle discussion, referring to her fun weekend, in her school FB account, so she deletes the pictures.
  • 64. Generation Safe Scenario #4 o Jason, a senior, has excellent grades. His parents expect him to attend a top tier college. Jason applies to, and is accepted at Stanford, with a full academic scholarship. Prior to graduation, it is discovered by the IT Department that Jason has sent out fraudulent emails to teachers to get their login passwords, logged in as teachers and changed not only his grades, but the grades of other students. One of the other students is a girl, Jennifer, that Jason likes. Jennifer is unaware that Jason has been changing her grades.
  • 65. Generation Safe Scenario #5 o Mr. Jones teaches fifth grade. Several middle students, Tom, Joe, and Ben, are siblings of students in his class. Tom, Joe, and Ben create a teacher Facebook fan page, posing as Mr. Jones. Mr. Jones is unaware of the site. They post pictures from Mr. Jones’ Tea Party play on the site. These pictures are ―liked‖ by many students in his class. Tom, Joe, and Ben also post a picture of Mary falling down on the playground, The caption on the picture is, ―Dumbbell, dumbbell all fall down.‖ The next week, they post an altered picture of Mary coming out of the boy’s bathroom; the caption is, ―Dumbbell doesn’t know if she’s a boy or a girl. Over the course of the next week, they continue to post inappropriate pictures of Mary. The other students begin to taunt Mary to the point that Mary stops going to school. Mr. Jones calls Mary’s parents to see why she is not at school, and becomes aware of the fake site.
  • 66. RESOURCE LIBRARY AND IKEEPCURRENT NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • 67. P/D/I NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • 68. Articles around current digital news NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
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  • 73. Stakeholder drop down NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
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  • 76. Committee Activity NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • 77. 360 SELF ASSESSMENT NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
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  • 80. Medal Qualifications Bronze: Commit to improve the school by registering for the 360 Self Assessment. Silver: Record a score of Level 2 or higher in any Aspect and reach the benchmark in half of all Aspects Gold: Complete the 360 Self Assessment, meet the benchmark level for all Aspects. Submit “evidence.” Platinum: Receive onsite iKeepSafe Assessor, prepare portfolio of accomplishments, and mentor another school in the Generation Safe Program. NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • 81. Printable version front cover NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
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  • 85. 360 of the Digital Citizenship Improvement Actions NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • 86. Schoolreports NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • 87. Districtreports NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • 88. Interactive Group Activity NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • 89. 360 Self Assessment for your School. . . Managing User Accounts NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • 90. Inspiring Change in School Culture "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, concerned citizens can change the world. Indeed it is the only thing that ever has.” Margaret Mead Academic Anthropologist NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • 91. Debrief What do you know?What do you need to know?What can IKSC do for you? NEW MEDIA MENTOR FOR DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP
  • 92. Q&A MARSALI HANCOCK iKeepSafe.org GenerationSafe.iKeepSafe.org info@ikeepsafe.orgPEACE OF MIND FOR FAMILIES ONLINE

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