Cyberbullying, cybersafety, and online ethics
Please select the best possible answer for each question
If you suspect a student is being bullied online, what should you do?
Sit down with the student and talk with them
Contact your principal to inform him/her of the situation
Make sure you are aware of any cyberbullying policy in your school
Any and/or all of the above options
According to the National Crime Prevention Council, approximately how many students have been the victims of cyberbullying in the past year?
Less than 10%
more than 40%
If you have a tough day at work and tweet about a particular issue with one of your students, what could happen?
You could be reprimanded or fired
Nothing, I am protected by free speech
If you receive an email from your banking institution and it has a link in it, is it ok to click the link?
Yes, as long as I have updated antivirus software
Yes, but only if I am using a Mac computer
No, I should never click a link in an email from my bank or any other institution. It could be a Phishing scheme.
Which of the following uses of social media would not be acceptable in education?
Having your students blog
Posting student work to Youtube or Schooltube (as long as their identities are protected or a parent has signed off)
Using Twitter to share ideas with other educators
Showing students appropriate uses of social media
All of the above would be ok to do in the classroom
According to COPPA, when can you allow your students to sign up for a Prezi account in your class?
After they have turned 11 years old
After they have turned 12 years old
After they have turned 13 years old
According to Fair Use guidelines, if a student is downloading images from the web to use in a class project, how many can they use?
As many as they want, but no more than 5 from a single photographer
A maximum of 10 copywritten images in their project
They can use all of the images they want since it is within a classroom environment
They should always get permission before using any images at all
As a general rule of thumb, when should I not use copywritten material in K-12?
When my students haven't signed a waiver
When I haven't received permission from the artist/creator
When money or profit is involved or you are using it outside of your classroom
Is it safe to post something controversial on your locked down Facebook account?
A political rant, a drunken night at the bars, or a complaint about your student should be ok to post if you have a secured FB account, right?
If it is locked down then I am safe to post things that are controversial
It's never safe because one of my "friends" could take a screenshot and send it to my principal
What is a key idea about COPPA?
It allows parents to have some control over the information that is collected about their young children online
It ensures that you have the right to use copywritten material in your classroom
It provides a way for students who normally couldn't access technology resources to have access within their school
It ensures that all users of the Internet have some degree of privacy
If one of your students goes on to win American Idol and your school becomes overrun with reporters, what can you NOT discuss with the reporter
Your experiences with the student while he/she was in your class
How happy/proud you are for the student
The student's grades in your class
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