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An interactive tool for learning about making good choices using communication tools. Making Good Choices. Pick one. Cell phone. IM. MySpace. About the creator. Making Good Choices with Cell Phones. Situation 3. Situation 1. Situation 2. Making Good Choices with Cell Phones

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an interactive tool for learning about making good choices using communication tools
An interactive tool for learning about making good choices using communication tools

Making Good Choices

Pick one

Cell phone

IM

MySpace

About the creator

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Making Good Choices with Cell Phones

Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Making Good Choices with Cell Phones

Situation 1 – Cell Phone Cameras

  • Your best friend and fellow athlete has “challenged” you to sneak your cell phone into the locker room and take photos of a classmate in their underwear - as a joke. How do you respond?
  • You are always in for a laugh and go for it.
  • You tell your friend that you’ll take the photos, but you retain control of the photos.
  • You tell your friend that you will not do it.

Making Good Choices with Cell Phones Menu

Situation 3

Situation 2

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Situation 1 – Cell Phone Cameras

  • You tell your friend that you will not do it.

Good Choice

Taking photos in a locker room will get you into serious trouble and is against the law. It’s hard to keep it a secret. Find a new friend.

Next

Making Good Choices with Cell Phones Menu

Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Situation 1 – Cell Phone Cameras

A. You are always in for a laugh and go for it.

Bad Choice

Taking photos in a locker room will get you into serious trouble and is against the law. It’s hard to keep it a secret. Find a new friend.

TRY AGAIN

Making Good Choices with Cell Phones Menu

Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Situation 1 – Cell Phone Cameras

B. You tell your friend that you’ll take the photos, but you retain control of the photos.

Bad Choice

Taking photos in a locker room will get you into serious trouble and is against the law. It’s hard to keep it a secret. Find a new friend.

TRY AGAIN

Making Good Choices with Cell Phones Menu

Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Making Good Choices with Cell Phones

Situation 2 – Text Messaging & Cars

  • While driving down the expressway, you receive a text message about a last minute change in plans for your date on Friday night. You want to text a reply immediately. What do you do?
  • Exit the expressway and find a place to park to text a reply.
  • You are good at multi-tasking and traffic is light, stay on the expressway and text a short reply.
  • Pull onto the shoulder of the expressway and text a reply.

Making Good Choices with Cell Phones Menu

Situation 3

Situation 1

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Situation 2 – Text Messaging & Cars

A.Exit the expressway and find a place to park to text a reply.

Good Choice

Text messaging is the number one distracting activity in a national survey of 900 licensed teens completed by SADD. 44% of teen deaths in the US are caused by teen traffic crashes. Pull off and park safely to text a reply.

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Making Good Choices with Cell Phones Menu

Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Situation 2 – Text Messaging & Cars

B. You are good at multi-tasking and traffic is light, stay on the expressway and text a short reply.

Bad Choice

Text messaging is the number one distracting activity in a national survey of 900 licensed teens completed by SADD. 44% of teen deaths in the US are caused by teen traffic crashes. Pull off and park safely to text a reply.

TRY AGAIN

Making Good Choices with Cell Phones Menu

Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Situation 2 – Text Messaging & Cars

C. Pull onto the shoulder of the expressway and text a reply.

Bad Choice

Text messaging is the number one distracting activity in a national survey of 900 licensed teens completed by SADD. 44% of teen deaths in the US are caused by teen traffic crashes. Pull off expressway and park to reply.

TRY AGAIN

Making Good Choices with Cell Phones Menu

Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Making Good Choices with Cell Phones

Situation 3 – Captive Listener

  • Minutes into a drive to an out-of-town game, your friend gets a call from someone they are dating. They talk the entire drive while you just listen. The call finally ends with a promise to call again on the drive home. For the drive home you decide to:
  • Ignore the issue. Your friend is rude. Live with it.
  • Say something to your friend. You don’t want to listen in on their calls for an entire drive back home.
  • Borrow an MP3 player and be prepared to just tune out.

Making Good Choices with Cell Phones Menu

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Situation 3 – Captive Listener

B.Say something to your friend.

Good Choice

Many users have cell phones and have never learned cell phone etiquette. Have the courage to speak up and be honest about how it feels to be a captive listener. Be clear about what you expect…e.g. a 5 minutes call is okay.

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Making Good Choices with Cell Phones Menu

Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Situation 3 – Captive Listener

A. Ignore the issue. Your friend is rude. Live with it.

Bad Choice

Help them learn appropriate cell phone etiquette. Have the courage to speak up and be honest about how it feels to be a captive listener. Be clear about what you expect… a 5 minutes call is fine but 30 minute call is not.

TRY AGAIN

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Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Situation 3 – Captive Listener

C. Borrow an MP3 player and be prepared to just tune out.

Bad Choice

Help them learn appropriate cell phone etiquette. Have the courage to speak up and be honest about how it feels to be a captive listener. Be clear about what you expect… a 5 minutes call is fine and 30 minute call is not.

TRY AGAIN

Making Good Choices with Cell Phones Menu

Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Making Good Choices with IM Instant

Messaging

Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Making Good Choices with IM

Situation 1 - Privacy

  • As a joke, a classmate posts your email and IM name to a local singles chat room called Looking for Love. How do you respond?
  • Ignore the problem. No big deal. You might even get a date!
  • Talk to your classmate and ask them to arrange to have it removed. Check to see that it has been removed.
  • Change your email and IM names, then make plans to do something to “payback” your classmate for their prank.

Making Good Choices with IM Menu

Situation 3

Situation 2

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Situation 1 - Privacy

B. Talk to your classmate and ask them to arrange to have it removed. Check to see that it has been removed.

Good Choice

Impersonating you and/or posting information as if they are you – is not funny. It can also be grounds for civil action. Get a new friend.

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Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Situation 1 - Privacy

  • Ignore the problem. No big deal. You might even get a date!

Bad Choice

Who knows where else they impersonated you and posted your information. Send a clear messages this has to stop.

TRY AGAIN

Making Good Choices with IM Menu

Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Situation 1 - Privacy

C. Change your email and IM names, then make plans to do something to “payback” your classmate for their prank.

Bad Choice

Retaliating will continue the exchange. Stop this immediately. Who knows where else they have posted your information.

TRY AGAIN

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Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Making Good Choices with IM

Situation 2 – Meeting an IM Friend

  • You have been IMing a new friend you met through an online game site. They offer to loan you a popular new PSP game and suggest meeting at a park after school. How do you respond?
  • Meet them and borrow the game. Nothing could happen.
  • Agree to meet them but bring a weapon. Come prepared.
  • Learn more about them and if you feel okay, meet them. Tell someone about your meeting, bring another person and a cell phone.

Making Good Choices with IM Menu

Situation 3

Situation 1

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Situation 2 – Meeting an IM Friend

C. Learn more about them and if you feel okay, meet them. Tell someone about your meeting, bring another person and a cell phone.

Good Choice

You must be very cautious about meeting someone you’ve only met online. Never meet them alone and meet in a public place such as a mall.

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Making Good Choices with IM Menu

Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Situation 2 – Meeting an IM Friend

A. Meet them and borrow the game. Nothing could happen.

Bad Choice

You must be very cautious about meeting someone you’ve only met online. Never meet them alone and meet in a public place such as a mall.

TRY AGAIN

Making Good Choices with IM Menu

Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Situation 2 – Meeting an IM Friend

B. Agree to meet them but bring a weapon.Come prepared.

Bad Choice

You must be very cautious about meeting someone you’ve only met online. Never meet them alone. A weapon could be used against you.

TRY AGAIN

Making Good Choices with IM Menu

Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Making Good Choices with IM

Situation 3 – Inappropriate IM

  • A new friend from school has started to IM you. The last few messages have made you feel uncomfortable with a lot of sarcasm and off color humor. How do you respond?
  • Confront your friend and let them know how you feel.
  • Just roll with it. Your friend will soon learn what is acceptable and what is not acceptable through others.
  • Stop chatting with them and tell your other friends about what your “former” friend was saying online.

Making Good Choices with IM Menu

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Situation 3 – Inappropriate IM

A. Confront your friend and let them know howyou feel.

Good Choice

There is no need for sarcasm and off color humor in your communications. If you value this friendship then say something.

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Making Good Choices with IM Menu

Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Situation 3 – Inappropriate IM

B. Just roll with it. Your friend will soon learn what is acceptable and what is not acceptable through others.

Bad Choice

Even if you try to roll with it, it will bug you. It’s probably bothering others and someone needs to say something. Have courage and do it.

TRY AGAIN

Making Good Choices with IM Menu

Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Situation 3 – Inappropriate IM

C. Stop chatting with them and tell your other friends about what your “former” friend was saying online.

Bad Choice

Others probably already know through their communications with this person. Be a true friend and say something to this person.

TRY AGAIN

Making Good Choices with IM Menu

Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Making Good Choices with MySpace

Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Making Good Choices with MySpace

Situation 1 – Showing Site to Parents

  • Unknown to your parents, you created an awesome MySpace site. They found out and want to see your site. How do you respond?
  • Refuse to show it to them or give them the password. They have no rights to see it – as it is your space.
  • Create a second, “parent approved” site and show them this. Keep your real site private from your parents.
  • Share your site with your parents. Show how you are not posting anything inappropriate or that would put you at risk.

Making Good Choices with MySpace Menu

Situation 3

Situation 2

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Situation 1 - Showing Site to Parents

C. Share your site with your parents. Show how you are not posting anything inappropriate or that would put you at risk.

Good Choice

Your site represents you to the world. Colleges and employers often find ways to see it. If you can’t show your parents, remove it.

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Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Situation 1 - Showing Site to Parents

A. Refuse to show it to them or give them the password. They have no rights to see it – as it is your space.

Bad Choice

Your site represents you to the world. Colleges and employers will see it. If you live at home, show your parents.

TRY AGAIN

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Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Situation 1 - Showing Site to Parents

B. Create a second, “parent approved” site and show them this. Keep your real site private from your parents.

Bad Choice

Your site represents you to the world. Colleges and employers often find ways to see it. Your parents will find out.

TRY AGAIN

Making Good Choices with MySpace Menu

Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Making Good Choices with MySpace

Situation 2 – Be My Friend Invitation

  • Your MySpace privacy settings are high and do not encourage invitations from others. You recently received an email invitation from an attractive person of the opposite sex who wants to be your MySpace friend. How do you respond?
  • Delete the email invitation and ignore it. Double check your MySpace profile and privacy settings.
  • Email them back for more information before accepting.
  • If they are attractive, by all means accept the invite.

Making Good Choices with MySpace Menu

Situation 3

Situation 1

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Situation 2 – Be My Friend Invitation

A. Delete the email invitation and ignore it. Double check your MySpace profile and privacy settings.

Good Choice

Do not trust profiles or photos. The “15 year old” may be a 50 year old in prison. Do not reply or accept unknown invitations. Ever.

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Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Situation 2 – Be My Friend Invitation

B. Email them back for more information before accepting.

Bad Choice

Do not trust profiles or photos. They want you to continue the conversation. You have enough information – you do not know them.

TRY AGAIN

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Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Situation 2 – Be My Friend Invitation

C. If they are attractive, by all means accept the invite.

Bad Choice

Do not trust profiles or photos. The attractive photo may be a 50 year old in prison. Do not reply or accept unknown invitations. Ever.

TRY AGAIN

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Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Making Good Choices with MySpace

Situation 3 – Photos on Friend’s Site

  • You have been careful to only post appropriate photos on your MySpace site and no names. You link to your friend’s site and find extremely embarrassing photos of you at a recent party along with your first and last name! How do you respond?
  • Block them in MySpace and remove them from Friends list.
  • Contact them and ask them to immediately remove the photo and your name. Be clear that they made a bad choice.
  • It’s no big deal. Pay them back - post some photos of them.

Making Good Choices with MySpace Menu

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Situation 3 – Photos on Friend’s Site

B. Contact them and ask them to immediately remove the photo and your name. Be clear that they made a bad choice.

Good Choice

Your full name and embarrassing photos can put you at risk from a cyber predator. Employers and colleges will find you on your friends’ sites.

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Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Situation 3 – Photos on Friend’s Site

A. Block them in MySpace and remove them from Friends list.

Bad Choice

#1 priority is to get the embarrassing photos and your name removed. Simply blocking your friend and removing their name is not enough.

TRY AGAIN

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Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

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Situation 3 – Photos on Friend’s Site

C. It’s no big deal. Pay them back - post some photos of them.

Bad Choice

Embarrassing photos can be seen by future employers and cost you a job. If you post similar photos, the problem will escalate.

TRY AGAIN

Making Good Choices with MySpace Menu

Situation 3

Situation 1

Situation 2

about the creator andy mann
About the creatorAndy Mann

Andy Mann is the Educational Technology Consultant for the Calhoun Intermediate School District in Marshall, MI. He is the father of four young children and enjoys cycling on the family’s tandem bicycle with his wife Heidi.

Andy is a champion for Internet Safety and Free/Open Source solutions for K – 12 schools and frequently presents at conferences across Michigan. He is also helps schools in extending their learning by using Blackboard and Moodle. His website is www.techforschools.com

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Certification of Completion

Has successfully completed: Making Good Choices, an interactive tool for learning about making good choices using cell phones, Instant Messaging, and MySpace.

Name

Andrew Mann

Designer and Internet Safety Trainer