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Dafaney White. Yineka Hill. Special Education Teacher at TCES Lives in Alamo, Ga. Graduated from Georgia Southern University 8 years teaching experience Pursing a Masters in Instructional Technology from GSU. 9 th Grade Science Teacher at WHS Lives in Albany, Ga.

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dafaney white
Dafaney White

Yineka Hill

  • Special Education Teacher at TCES
  • Lives in Alamo, Ga.
  • Graduated from Georgia Southern University
  • 8 years teaching experience
  • Pursing a Masters in Instructional Technology from GSU.
  • 9th Grade Science Teacher at WHS
  • Lives in Albany, Ga.
  • Graduated from Albany State University
  • 3 years teaching experience
  • Pursing a Masters in Curriculum Instruction from Valdosta State University.
nets addressed
Nets Addressed


4. Promote and Model Digital Citizenship and Responsibility

Teachers understand local and global societal issues and responsibilities in an evolving digital culture and exhibit legal and ethical behavior in their professional practices.

c. Promote and model digital etiquette and responsible social interactions related to the use of technology and information.


5. Digital Citizenship

Educational administrators model and facilitate understanding of social, ethical, and legal issues and responsibilities related to an evolving digital culture.

c. Promote and model responsible social interactions related to the use of technology and information.


area of digital citizenship
Area of Digital Citizenship

9. Digital Security (self-protection): electronic precautions to guarantee safety. In any society, there are individuals who steal, deface, or disrupt other people. The same is true for the digital community. It is not enough to trust other members in the community with our own safety. In our own homes, we put locks on our doors and fire alarms in our houses to provide some level of protection. The same must be true for digital security. We need to have virus protection, backups of data, and surge control of our equipment. As responsible citizens, we must protect our information from outside forces that might cause disruption or harm.http://www.digitalcitizenship.net/Nine_Elements.html

focus question
Focus Question
  • What is cyber safety?

Related Questions

  • Why is it important to teach students about cyber safety?
  • What dangers can students encounter while using technology?
  • How can students protect themselves while using technology?
objective s

Participants will

  • understand what cyber safety is.
  • be aware of possible dangers that accompany technology.
  • understand what steps can be taken to protect oneself while using technology.


what is cyber safety
What is cyber safety?


  • Cyber safety is the safe and responsible use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). NetSafe's approach to cyber safety is founded on:
  • Maintaining a positive approach about the many benefits brought by technologies.
  • Encouraging the public to identify the risks associated with ICT.
  • Putting in place strategies to minimize and manage risks.
  • Recognizing the importance of effective teaching and learning programs.
ways to keep students safe
Ways to keep students safe
  • Dedicate one class to what is expected when going online from the school before you even go online.
  • Avoid letting students search and wander - they could end up entering areas that are unsafe and may see things that they should not be viewing.
  • Look for warning signs for potential trouble.
  • Reward students who are acting responsibly in the class when on the Internet. 
  • Display positive messages around the classroom to reinforce the importance of Internet safety. 
  • Don’t ban everything students enjoy.


going on the internet is like going out on halloween
Going on the Internet is like going out on Halloween
  • Everyone’s face is hidden.
  • Unless you know your friend’s costume (online name), you don’t know if you’re talking to your friend or someone you don’t know.
  • Any stranger can pretend to be a friend, and you have no way of knowing who they are because they are behind the mask of the computer.
never give out personal information
Never give out Personal Information
  • Personal Information is private. Never give out personal or identifying information such as name, address, school name, birth date, or phone number in any public message such as a chat room or on a bulletin board.
  • Never post pictures of yourself without checking with your parent or guardian first.
  • Remember, just because someone asks for information about you doesn’t mean that you have to tell them anything about yourself!


giving out information
Giving Out Information
  • Be careful of online names; don’t give out too much information in a screen name.
    • Sunygrl14
    • Sweetie15
    • Goldguy17
    • 90tampa
  • Can you tell someone you like blue?  You like pizza?  Type of pets that you have?  Your favorite movie?
  • Can you tell someone your favorite movie theater? Your favorite beach? Your teacher’s names?
  • Be careful in joining mailing lists; some may make your personal information public
  • When using newsgroups, forums, and bulletin boards, remember not to slip and say anything that can reveal your identity. Little pieces of information can be put together over time to reveal who you are.
never meet people from the internet
Never meet People from the Internet
  • Have adults approve someone before you talk with them on the Internet.
  • If someone asks to meet you – tell an adult immediately.
  • Do not go into chat rooms without your parent's knowledge. Chat rooms are particularly dangerous - people you meet in chat rooms can easily be adult “predators" with misleading  names such as “jason15” and “cutiepie08”.
  • Never arrange a face-to-face meeting with someone you meet online. You have no way of really knowing if that person is a 15 year old boy or a 50 year old man.


appropriate websites
Appropriate Websites
  • Makes sure websites are approved by parents, guardians, or teachers
  • If you feel embarrassed or uncomfortable with what you see tell an adult or click off.


appropriate email and messages
Appropriate Email and Messages
  • Do not open email from strangers.
  • Do not open email with attachments.
  • Do not give out email address (unless approved or to a classmate).
  • Do not open links or files from people you don’t know.
  • Never respond to e-mails with pornographic or other inappropriate material.
  • Do not respond to advertisements - this confirms that you have a working e-mail account, and you will only receive more junk e-mails.


never share passwords
Never share Passwords
  • Don’t share your passwords with anyone but your parents or guardian, including even your best friend.
  • No one should ever ask you for your password including anyone online.
  • When you use a public computer make sure that you log out of all the accounts you have accessed before logging off.


safety tips for students to remember
Safety Tips For students to Remember
  • I will not give out personal information.
  • I will tell my parents right away if I come across any information that makes me feel uncomfortable.
  • I will never agree to get together with someone I “meet” online without first checking with my parents. If my parents agree to the meeting, I will be sure that it is in a public place and bring a parent along.
  • I will never send a person my picture or anything else without first checking with my parents.
  • I will not respond to any messages that are mean or in any way make me feel uncomfortable. It is not my fault if I get a message like that. If I do I will tell my parents right away.
  • I will talk with my parents so that we can set up rules for going online and using a mobile phone. We will decide upon the time of day that I can be online, the length of time I can be online, and appropriate areas for me to visit. I will not access other areas or break these rules without their permission.
  • I will not give out my passwords to anyone (even my best friends) other than my parents.
  • I will check with my parents before downloading or installing software or doing anything that could possibly hurt our computer or mobile device or jeopardize my family’s privacy.
  • I will be a good online citizen and not do anything that hurts other people or is against the law.
  • I will help my parents understand how to have fun and learn things online and teach them things about the Internet, computers, and other technology.


  • Cindy has been talking online to a girl named Julie for a few days now. Julie has told Cindy where she lives, how old she is, where she goes to school, and what she looks like. Julie asks Cindy what school she goes to.
  • Michael is online talking to his friend from school, Chris.  They are working on their homework together and studying for a test. Chris says they should meet before class to review for the test.
  • Jennifer is talking to a friend online when she gets a message saying there is trouble with her computer and she needs to type in her online password again.
  • Jeff got an e-mail from someone he doesn’t know, with a file attached.
  • Paul is online when he gets a message saying he won a free Xbox! He just needs to send in his address and phone number so it can be mailed to him.



1. What is cyber safety?

X The safe and responsible use of information and communication technologies.

 Manners applied to the Internet and the use of technology in everyday situations.

  • The electronic responsibility for actions, deeds which are either ethical or unethical.


2. Why is it important to teach students about cyber safety?

X To ensure that students use good manners while on line.

 To ensure that students stay safe on the Internet.

  • To ensure that students are aware of how to properly cite an image.
3. What dangers can students encounter while using technology?


 Cyber bullying

  • Pornography
4. How can students protect themselves while using technology?

X Never share passwords.

 Never give out personal information online.

  • Never meet someone in person from the

Internet that you do not know.

6. Which is an example of an appropriate screen name for a child?

X katie_ny13

 CuteLitlAngel

  • Pkdg_329
7. Which type of personal information is OK for your child to post on their social-networking account?

X Dates and details about an upcoming family vacation.

 Daily after-school routine

  • Favorite movie




  • Internet Safety for Teens http://nmbarbagallo.blogspot.com
  • Netsafe.org http://www.cybersafety.org.nz/kit/welcome/cybersafety.html
  • Missingkids.com http://www.missingkids.com/en_US/publications/InternetSafetyQuiz.pdf
  • KidSMART