Cyber Safety and Digital Citizenship

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Internet Keep Safe Coalition
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American Academy of Pediatrics American Association of Orthodontists American Medical Association American Medical Association Alliances American Public Health Association American School Counselors America’s Promise Alliance Cable in the Classroom Childhelp Children’s Way Communities in Schools Connected Nation D.A.R.E America Enough Is Enough Family Literacy Foundatiion FBI, Internet Crimes Taskforce Fight Crime: Invest in Kids InfraGard INOBTR

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National Association of Broadcasters National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (Netsmartz) National Crime Prevention Council, McGruff the Crime Dog® National Education Association National PTA National Cable and Telecommunications Association Newspaper Association of America Pennsylvania State University – Department of Education Optimist International Safe & Drug Free Schools Safe Surfin’ US DOJ, Internet Crimes Against Children Taskforce Web Wise Kids Wired Safety

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Corporate Sponsors Corporate Partners
Adobe AOL AT&T BearingPoint Comcast Dell Fox Interactive Intel M2Z Oracle Symantec Qwest Target Verizon Zions Bank
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Success: Cyber citizens
 Responsible  Ethical  Resilient

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Shared Responsibility
 Industry  Education  Law

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Enforcement  Public Health  Policy  Community organization

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Point Smart Click Safe Report Industry Best Practices
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Support digital literacy New modes of assessment and evidentiary standards Professional development for teachers; Curriculum development and implementation for students Public awareness campaigns for parents and families Research designed to identify, highlight, and promote best practices and further solutions to improve digital literacy and fortify online safety
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Educators - Support Structure
Preventative Reactive

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Creating a Network of Support at your School
 Prevention  Intervention  Reactive

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policies and procedures that support youth and educators  Bystander awareness

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Case Study
 Stephanie

in Arlington VA

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Preventative School Support
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Update Standards to include Digital Citizenship (iKeepsafe draft model) Develop, distribute, and review annually school cyber abuse and bullying rules, policies, and procedures. Initiate a culture of bystander awareness – Flag, tag and report to web service or service provider – Learn and teach how to report abuse to industry – Provide confidential means to report cyberbullying and abuse at school
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Preventative Infrastructure

Implement Professional Development that includes: (C3 Matrix)
– – – – digital/media literacy, peer and personal safety, e-security, positive online behavior (stats)


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Leverage local industry resources

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Teacher Preparedness:
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More than 60% don’t feel comfortable discussing how to detect and minimize computer viruses. More than half (52%) don’t understand how to ensure a website is secure. 75% don’t feel comfortable discussing cyber-bullying and less than 32% are comfortable giving guidance on how to be safe in an online environment, including social networking and cyber predators. Only 22% are comfortable teaching about cyber bullying, identity theft and other types of cyber crime. Only 23% percent feel prepared to teach students how to protect their personal information online.

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Reactive Support at School

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Create a school bullying/cyberbullying Review Team that includes OSDFS, students, school resource officer, counselor, administrator and school nurse Determine “first responders” response regarding cyberbullying, sexting, cheating, hacking, pornography, etc Subscribe to ikeepsafe Quick Answers Online Directory to quickly connect with industry to report abuse (MySpace, Facebook, AOL, etc…) Use filtering and tracking software that provides opportunity for educators to override quickly when needed.
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Free Resources for OSDFS
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Digital Citizenship Matrix: www.ikeepsafe/c3matrix Industry Contact Directory to Report Abuse
www.ikeepsafe.org/OnlineDirectory


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Draft Digital Citizenship State Standards including Digital Literacy, safety, e-security and responsible and ethical behavior Download at www.ikeepsafe.org/standards Other resources:
www.ikeepsafe.org www.cybersmart.gov.au

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Where to Get More Information
Marsali Hancock President 4607 40th St North Arlington, VA 22207 mhancock@ikeepsafe.org www.ikeepsafe.org 703 536-1637
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