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OnlineSafety:Parents    Christopher	  Wells	      SchoolTechPolicies.com	  
How	  would	  you	  know?	                             •    CD99	                             •    CUB	                   ...
•  Children	  aged	  2-­‐11	  comprise	                                                         nearly	  9.5%	  of	  the	 ...
What’s Wrong?
Parents?
AdultExpectations   •  How	  can	  realisKc	        expectaKons	  be	        set?	  
Model Smarter Use!
Be Present and Aware
Your Actions Will Be Echoed!
Support Better Use!
Who’s incharge?
Talk toyour kids!
Access the Resources!
al      itic ions   Cr     at   nver sCo
Remember, YOU set the rules!
Get Informed!
QuesKons?	  Christopher Wellsinfo@schooltechpolicies.com
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This presentation was provided for parents and students, as well as PTSA members, to discuss appropriate use and responsible use of district electronic resources.

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2012 parents - student online safety

  1. 1. OnlineSafety:Parents Christopher  Wells   SchoolTechPolicies.com  
  2. 2. How  would  you  know?   •  CD99   •  CUB   •  DBS   •  PRW   •  LMIRL  
  3. 3. •  Children  aged  2-­‐11  comprise   nearly  9.5%  of  the  acKve  online   universe   •  At  schools  that  ban  mobile   devices,  63%  of  the  students  use   them  anyway   •  One  in  three  online  teens  have   experienced  online  harassment   •  67%  of  teens  think  most  bullying   happens  OFFline   •  One  third  of  middle  and  high   school  students  want  to   electronically  communicate  with   their  teachers  References:  Nielson,  Pew,  Project  Tomorrow,  Kaplan,  InternaKonal  Data  Corp,  MSNBC,  NaKonal  School  Board  AssociaKon,  and  Mashable.  Source:  The  AssociaKon  for  Curriculum  and  Development.  
  4. 4. What’s Wrong?
  5. 5. Parents?
  6. 6. AdultExpectations •  How  can  realisKc   expectaKons  be   set?  
  7. 7. Model Smarter Use!
  8. 8. Be Present and Aware
  9. 9. Your Actions Will Be Echoed!
  10. 10. Support Better Use!
  11. 11. Who’s incharge?
  12. 12. Talk toyour kids!
  13. 13. Access the Resources!
  14. 14. al itic ions Cr at nver sCo
  15. 15. Remember, YOU set the rules!
  16. 16. Get Informed!
  17. 17. QuesKons?  Christopher Wellsinfo@schooltechpolicies.com

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