1 Living Online: Using Technology Wisely Lesson Guide Target Audience Adolescents Time Entire program 1 hour, depending on discussion Program Objectives Ways to portray a positive image online How certain images you put on social network sites can have a negative impact on you Ways to protect yourself from a negative image The correct facts about social media sites How to be cautious and responsible online Increase awareness of sexting Understanding of how to prevent/decrease sexting and intervene when sexting happens Supplies: Laptop/projector Internet Paper enough for each participant Pens/Pencils enough for each participant
2 Living Online: Using Technology Wisely A guide for middle school students Rachelle Vettern, Ph.D., Leadership and Volunteer Specialist Sharon Query, Ph.D., 4-H Youth Development Specialist Lauren Olson, B.S., Center for 4-H Intern
3 Objectives At the end of this educational program, participants will learn: How to portray a positive online image. How images put on social network sites can have a negative impact How to protect oneself from a negative image. Factual information about social media sites. How to be cautious and responsible online. How to prevent/decrease sexting and intervene when sexting happens
4 Your Online Image
5 Who Are You Online? Who Are You Online? Activity Who are you? What does your social media use look like? How do you want to be seen on social media?
6 Your Online Image
7 Social Media Sites 101 Social Media Sites 101 Activity Split into groups Identify social media site List everything known about the site Develop a list of pros and cons Appoint student leader to discuss Leaders will present group thoughts with the class The whole group will discuss findings
8 The Facts: Types of Technology
9 Snapchat What it is: Sending a picture to your friends via your phone. The picture lasts up to 10 seconds and disappears. What s Great about it: A way to share goofy, and fun photos with friends! Risky? Yes, Snapchat is very risky.
10 Twitter What it is: A way to stay connected through short, quick messages (140 characters or less). What s great about it: Fun way to share messages with friends and family. You can also favorite tweets, or retweet it, which will show on your profile. Risky? Twitter can be risky.
11 Instagram What it is: What s great about it: Free photo and video sharing app available on IPhone and Android devices. Fun way to share photos and moments going on in your life. Risky? Yes, Instagram can be risky.
12 Facebook What it is: What s great about it: Social media site where you can post photos, statuses, and add friends! Great way to stay connected with friends and family, and post what is going on in your life. Risky? Yes, Facebook is risky.
13 YouTube What it is: What s great about it: Video-Sharing media site on which users can upload, views, and share videos. Fun way to see a quirky side of friends, hear new music, and listen to reviews on products. Risky? Yes, YouTube is risky.
14 Vine What it is: A mobile app owned by Twitter that enables its users to create and post short video clips, with a maximum length of six seconds. What s great about it: Fun way to share life in motion with your friends and family. Risky? Yes, Vine is risky.
15 Ask.fm What it is: What s great about it: Users post questions about themselves or others and wait for responses. Different way to ask questions! Risky? Extremely Risky.
16 TeenOnline.com What it is: Online chat group Post, read and respond to the confessions of others What is good about it: Users can feel free to share important info Is it risky? Yes
17 Chatroulette What it is: Online chat website with users of all ages from across the globe Web-based conversations are used with audio and text What is good about it: Users can meet people from Risky? Very Risky
18 To post or not to post, that is the question Read each scenario and determine whether or not you agree with the posting An imaginary line will be drawn with one end having the Post sign with the other having the Activity Not Post sign Determine where you fall on the line and place yourself accordingly Discuss reasons that led to your decision.
19 To Post or Not to Post Cell Phone Number?
20 To Post or Not to Post Status: Want to volunteer? Come and help Fill The Dome!
21 To Post or Not to Post Facebook Status: Home alone for the weekend the parents are gone to a wedding out of town!
22 To Post or Not to Post WTF!
23 To Post or Not to Post YouTube Video: Check out the video of the fight in the hallway yesterday!
24 To Post or Not to Post Tweet: Shout out to the football team for the big win this weekend!!
25 Be Cautious and Responsible Online Be aware of what you are posting on social media sites. Everything you post is public and permanent. Be aware of friend requests. Be cautions about Checking In Understand Apps
26 Privacy Settings Social media sites
27 Privacy Settings: Facebook How to Unlike: a Page a Photo How to have your Profile Set to Private How to Delete something from your Timeline
28 Privacy Settings: Twitter and Instagram Protecting your Tweets Protecting photos on Instagram
30 Privacy Settings: Smartphone Always use passwords Download updates for latest security Check with adults before downloading apps Turn off location detecting devices
31 Sexting The New Norm? Activity What is sexting?
32 What is Sexting? Webster s: the sending of sexually explicit messages or images by cell phone Sexting generally refers to sending sexual images and sometimes sexual texts via cell phone and other electronic devices Defined as sending, receiving, or forwarding sexually explicit messages or nude, partially nude, or sexually suggestive digital images of one s self or others via a cell phone, , internet, or SNS
33 Statistics in Sexting 78% of teens have a cell phone, and almost half (47%) of those own smartphones. 28% of teens have admitted to sending a sext. Girls were asked more often to send a sext (68%) than boys (42%). 6% of sexters report pressure from strangers online to sext (Dake, et al., 2012)
34 Reasons Behind Sexting Most Common Reasons loose relationship As a prank or joke Pressured sexters are more likely to report engaging in self-cyber bullying, anxiety, and dating violence; more likely to report picture seen by one or more other people
35 Sexting Sexting has a very serious and negative side to it, and can lead to many consequences. You may think that you are sending the sext or picture to one person, yet that one person might send it to others.
36 Consequences of Sexting Legal Emotional
37 If Sexting and Cyberbullying Take Place: Save all communication from cyberbullying Document when it was received and sender information Report incident(s) to Internet providers and appropriate authorities Block they cyberbully Change online contact information (Kowalski, et. Al., 2008)
38 Who s Watching School administrators Employers Parents Teachers/professors Predators and bullies Law enforcement Attorneys and the court system Coaches/co-curricular activity advisers
39 Questions to Ask Would you want your parent or guardian to see this video/picture or read this message? Would you want your boss or teacher to see and/or read this? Is posting or sharing this message/video/picture helpful or hurtful? Would you want someone you don t know seeing this picture or video?
40 Be an Example of the Six Pillars! Trustworthiness Respect Responsibility Fairness Caring Citizenship (John Templeton Foundation, 2008)
41 What Can You Take From All of This? Be in control of your privacy settings Be aware of what is being posted, and how it is being posted Do not sext. As discussed, it can lead to many negative consequences Post a positive image of yourself If you see it, stop it! Take a stand!
42 Contact Information For more information, contact: Sharon Query, Ph.D., 4-H Youth Development specialist Rachelle Vettern, Ph.D., Leadership and Volunteer specialist
43 References Dake, J. A., Price, J. H., Maziarz, L., & Ward, B. (2012). Prevalence and correlates of sexting behavior in adolescents. American Journal of Sexuality Education, 7(1), Retrieved from Dowell, E. B., Burgress, A. W., & Cavanaugh, D. J. (2009). Clustering of internet risk behaviors in a middle school student population. Journal of School Heath, 79(11), Facebook. (2013). Retrieved from Instagram. (2013). Retrieved from Kowalski, R. M., Limber, S. P. & Agatston, P.W. (2008). Cyber Bullying: Bullying in the Digital Age. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell. Pew Internet & American Life Project. (2013). Summary of Findings: Teens, Social Media, and Privacy. Retrieved September 9, 2013, from Pew Internet & American Life Project. (2013). Teens and Technology. Retrieved September 9, 2013, from Snapchat. (2013). Retrieved from Twitter. (2013). Retrieved from Van Maren, J. (2013, August 28). Personalized pornography: the explosive growth of sexting among teens. Retrieved teens/ from Vine. (2013). Retrieved from YouTube. (2013). Retrieved from Zemmels, D. (2012). Youth and new media: Studying identity and meaning in an evolving media environment. Communication Research Trends, 31(4), Retrieved from
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