Kids, Tweens, Teens, and Tech: A Survey
NOTE FOR STUDENTS! This survey refers to this New Tech City article:
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Do you have a cell phone?
Yes, a smartphone (iPhone, Android, Windows Phone, etc.)
Yes, but it's not a smartphone (it doesn't access the Internet.)
When you read the article, what was one point you read or listened to that you identified with?
Give an example that made you think: "Oh, that's exactly how we do things here, I completely understand!"
What was one point in the article you disagreed with
Give an example that made you think "I don't know anyone who does anything like that, that's totally weird."
How would you define cyberbullying?
Are "cyberbullying" and "being mean online" the same thing?
When you are using social media (texting, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, etc.), how often do you see people being cyberbullied?
1-5 times per day.
1 time per hour.
Multiple times per hour.
How common is sexting in your world?
I hear about it all the time from friends.
Not everyone I know does it, but it's pretty common.
People I know do it once in awhile, but I don't think it's a big problem.
I've never heard of anyone I know doing it.
What's your favorite app right now?
(If you don't use a smartphone, you can write "none.")
How should parents keep their kids safe online while still respecting their privacy?
What's the biggest difference between the way you and your parents use technology?
The teenager in the story was asked what advice she had for people regarding social media and phones. What would you say if you were asked this question?
Which of the following best describes where you live?
Urban (a big city).
Suburban (near a big city).
Rural (far from a city).
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