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  1. Students Online:How Much Do You Know?

  2. What percentage of U.S. teens (ages 12-17)use the Internet? • 45% • 62% • 87% • 98%

  3. What percentage of U.S. teens (ages 12-17)admit to using the Internet unsafely, inappropriately or illegally? 10% 30% 47% 58%

  4. 76% of teens get their news online. • A. True • B. False

  5. Over 75% of music downloads by students in grades 9-12 are illegal. • True • False 10

  6. Who would be more likely to useonline social networking sites? • Girls (Ages 12-14) • Girls (Ages 15-17) • Boys (Ages 12-14) • Boys (Ages 15-17) 10

  7. Which social networking site isused most often by teens? Please make your selection... • MySpace • Facebook • Xanga • Piczo 10

  8. What is the main reason teens give for using social networking sites? • “Stay in touch with friends you see a lot.” • “Stay in touch with friends you rarely see.” • “Make plans with your friends.” • “Flirt with someone.”

  9. What percentage of online teens withsocial networking sites mark their profiles as private?

  10. What percentage of online teens withsocial networking sites mark their profiles as private? Source: Social Networking Websites and Teens. 7 January 2007. PEW Internet & American Life Project. <http://www.pewinternet.org>.

  11. What percentage of high school students admit to having “instant messaged” strangers?

  12. What percentage of high school students admit to having “instant messaged” strangers? Source: At Risk Online: National Assessment of Youth on the Internet and the Effectiveness of i-Safe Internet Safety Education. 2005-2006. i-Safe Inc. <http://www.isafe.org>.

  13. What percentage of children have shared personal information online?

  14. What percentage of children have shared personal information online? Source: At Risk Online: National Assessment of Youth on the Internet and the Effectiveness of i-Safe Internet Safety Education. 2005-2006. i-Safe Inc. <http://www.isafe.org>.

  15. Who is more likely to meet face to facewith someone from the Internet?

  16. Who is more likely to meet face to facewith someone from the Internet? Source: At Risk Online: National Assessment of Youth on the Internet and the Effectiveness of i-Safe Internet Safety Education. 2005-2006. i-Safe Inc. <http://www.isafe.org>.

  17. What percentage of students in grades 5-12physically met up with someonethey first met on the Internet?

  18. What percentage of students in grades 5-12physically met up with someonethey first met on the Internet? Source: At Risk Online: National Assessment of Youth on the Internet and the Effectiveness of i-Safe Internet Safety Education. 2005-2006. i-Safe Inc. <http://www.isafe.org>.

  19. Cyber bullying typically starts at what age?

  20. Cyber bullying typically starts at what age? Source: Aftab, Parry. “What Everyone Needs to Know About Cyberbullying.” Wired Safety. Accessed 10 April 2007. http://depts.washington.edu/trio/center/resource/web/cyber.doc>.

  21. What percentage of students in grades 5-8 admitted to saying something mean or hurtful online? • 15% • 24% • 32% • 53% 10

  22. What percentage of students in grades 5-8 admitted to saying something mean or hurtful online? Source: “Beware of the Cyber Bully.” iSafe Dig Deeper. i-Safe Inc. <http://www.isafe.org>.

  23. What percentage of high school students have saidsomething harmful online? • 15% • 24% • 32% • 53% 10

  24. Teacher Responsibilities • Acceptable Use Policy • Should Teachers Be Friends Online • Auditorium Video • Justin Berry Video • Phishing Video • BGISD Internet Safety Site • Wake Up Call For Facebook