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06/06 - Cybersafety by Mind Map: 06/06 - Cybersafety
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06/06 - Cybersafety

Resources

Law link

Case Law, St Patrick's Catholic School

Primary School

Moshi Monsters

Devices

MSN

Facebook

Google

Wikipedia

You Tube

DS

PSP

iPods

iPads

Smartphone

iPhones

More than 1 more

Cybercitizen

4 Capabilities

Positive Online Behaviour, Develop positive relationships, Appropriate Communication, Use emoticons appropraitely, Respond appropriately when communication is hurtful, Develops skills for positive communication, Keep personal details private

Digital Media Literacy, Analyse media, Validity and integrity, Risks to personal safety, Unwanted attention, Using flirty nicknames, Undesireable self image, Identity theft, Downloading Safely

Peer and Personal Safety, Safe Social networking

e-Security, Facebook, 700 Million Users, Be aware of fake celebrity sites, Mining private information, Non-existent prizes, Viruses, 60,000 new viruses daily

Cyberbullying

Repeated hostile behaviour

Peaks at year 5

Next peak at year 7/8

Signs, Unexpected changes in behaviour, Changes in mood, Reluctance to talk, Isolation/ not interacting with friends, Avoiding school or certain classes, Changes in computer or phone use

Advice, Talk to a trusted adult, Capture screen dumps of messages, Save Messages to use as evidence, Report abuse - Use the cybersmart help button, Report the sender, Teacher advice, Ensure student is safe, Provide support, Contact parents

Duty of Care

Owed to student when they are at school

Failure to take reasonable care could amount to negligence

Technology

A duty of care extends outside of school grounds

If a student may be harmed

Social Networking

Teacher Advice

Relationship Status

Incriminating Photos

Inappropriate Posts

Inappropriate Groups

Liking Certain Posts