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  1. Graci Gillming – ESU 10, Kearney, NE http://blog.esu10.org/internetsafety/ 2010 Mobile Manners & other matters • Photo: Newworldodor.wordpress.com

  2. Topics • Cell Phone Use • Manners • Texting • Sexting • Cyberbullying • Social Networking • Facebook, MySpace, and others • Educational Use of Mobile Technologies Flickr: davidking creativecommons

  3. Cell phones • Call • Text • Quick communication (?) • No interruptions (?) • At school most from parents • Pictures • Apps (Smart Phone) Flikr: CrazyJoeDavola's photostream Creative Commons

  4. Cell Phones • Mobile Manners • tech responsibly • don't tweet while u eat • when in doubt, always go out • loud speak is not so neat • talk to the one you're with • silence the ring when you’re meeting • when ur talking, watch whr ur walking • check out lines are not the time • iPod slump, texting hump • let us all bow our heads to text • don't tempt fate, that text can wait • no phone zone (oprah) Creative Commons

  5. Distracted walking Dangers

  6. Three main types of distraction: • Visual — taking your eyes off the road • Manual — taking your hands off the wheel • Cognitive — taking your mind off what you’re doing • Vision trumps all other scenes • http://www.brainrules.net/vision?scene • Texting involves all three types of distraction Distracted Driving

  7. Cell Phones • While Driving • Worse than drunk driving • http://www.caranddriver.com/features/09q2/texting_while_driving_how_dangerous_is_it_-feature • No Phone Zone • http://www.oprah.com/packages/no-phone-zone.html • 15-minute video - http://www.oprah.com/oprahshow/Americas-New-Deadly-Obsession-Partial-Episode-Video mrJasonWeaver’sphotostream Creative Commons

  8. Sexting • Sharing of sexually explicit pictures or texts messages via cell phone • Dangers • Distribution of Child porn • Arrest – Federal offense -> prison -> sex offender • Nebraska Revised Statute 28-1463.03 • Public Humiliation (Scarlet Letter) – Bullying/Cyber • Depression, Withdrawal, Absenteeism, Suicide Cell Phones

  9. If you receive a sext message, DELETE IT! Don’t forward it!

  10. Cyberbullying • Involves the use of technologies to support deliberate, repeated, and hostile behavior that is intended to harm others • Bullying involves POWER • Use • web sites, • social networking, • text messaging, • cell phone pics, • trolling

  11. Parent Dialogue www.cyberbullying.us/cyberbullying_scripts.pdf • NBC News video http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/29546030/#29546237 • Curriculum – • 6-8 http://www.seattleschools.org/area/prevention/cbms.html • 9-12 http://www.athinline.org/facts/ (cruelty & digital disrespect) • MTV Cyberbullying

  12. Social Networking - Pros • Communication • Posts to wall • Email • Chat • Share • Pictures • Web sites • Personal information • Games Creative Commons

  13. Too much info • Conversation Starters • http://www.aap.org/advocacy/releases/june09socialmedia.htm • http://www.wiredsafety.org/resources/pdf/socialnetworktips.pdf • Too much time • Addictive • Too little security • Settings • http://www.theonlinemom.com • Resulting in • Lower grades • Job loss • Scholarship /acceptance jeopardy • Dangerous Sites • Chat Roulette (P2P) Social Networking - Cons Creative Commons

  14. Educational Use This is the knowledge-worker age, and every knowledge worker has mobile learning, mobile computing; the mobile device is their hub around which all work takes place. If we’re going to prepare kids for the knowledge-work marketplace, then mobile learning’s got to be what we prepare kids to use. Eliot Soloway University of Michigan Education Week 6.26.09 Making the Case for Mobile Computing

  15. Student response polling or pop quizzes – polleverywhere.com Text 466453 (GOOGLE) to find definitions, conversions, math equations, translations Use as an internet browser to access info Research Read news articles and current events Report health issues to adult (diabetic count) Educational use

  16. Read ebooks Download and use educational programs (Google Maps as GPS) Use camera app to record school projects, publishing, etc. Educate students on appropriate and acceptable social use Use the voice technology to share engaging lectures or lessons Educational use cont’

  17. QR Code - http://qrcode.kaywa.com/ Educational use cont’

  18. 8 Ways to Use Camera apps • Whiteboard/chalkboard archive • Handheld scanner • Reminder list • Learn students’ names and faces • Security/liability device • Assignments • Instant blogging • Memories Jeff VanDrimmelen EduTechie.com 06.06.07 Educational use cont’

  19. What tracks will you leave behind? Wayback Machine Digital footprint

  20. http://theonlinemom.com http://nbcnews.com http://oprah.com http://www.aap.org http://WiredSafety.org http://cyberbullying.us http://creativecommons.org http://flickr.com http://www.distraction.gov/stats-and-facts/ http://www.brainrules.net/vision?scene Resources