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Moraga Parenting in the Digital Age Education Night

posted Dec 5, 2016, 11:10 AM by Adrienne DeWolfe   [ updated Jan 6, 2017, 8:21 PM ]

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App Guide from Safe Smart Social

Family Media PlansFOSI Family Online Safety Institute 
Videos, tip sheets, resources, blogs, and more

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Internet Safety Cheatsheet
Non-techie how-tos from Jen Gordon on parental controls with google, iPads etc.

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Timely articles for parents and educators on the latest in technology & kids

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St. Mary's Parent Night 2016

posted May 9, 2016, 9:18 PM by Adrienne DeWolfe   [ updated Sep 20, 2016, 5:38 PM ]

Parenting in the Digital Age

Instagram Privacy Settings


Agenda

Post questions to: todaysmeet.com/rucybersafe
  1. MultiMedia & Kids 
  2. Concerns 
    • Privacy
    • Digital Reputation
    • Inappropriate Content
    • Screen Time
    • Cyberbullying
  3. Resources and Tips
  4. Discussion & Questions

1. Get involved in their digital lives

2. Initiate conversations and consider family media use agreements

3. Talk about your concerns, and tell your children you won’t blame them 
4. Set a positive example
5. Keep current and sign up for newsletters
6. Get to know parental controls on your gadgets
7. Keep computer in a public place

8. Have a cell phone parking area
  • No phones at bedtime 
9. Consider your lease policy 

10. Help older teens monitor their digital reputation

Activities

Activity 1

- Use Commonsense media to search reviews

Share with your group.


- Review the Top Picks for some suggested apps and websites.


CommonSense Media site image to show how to search reviews.

Activity 2 & 3

Setting up safe searching on google and youtube.

CommonSense Media Use Agreement

St. Perpetua Middle School Presentation March, 2016

posted Mar 3, 2016, 6:57 AM by Adrienne DeWolfe   [ updated Mar 3, 2016, 4:28 PM ]

Play Online Survivor 

Online Survivor Game mid school 2016.ppt


Students in grades 6, 7 and 8 were asked to complete a Survey in March 2016. 

  • Parents, view the Survey Results and use it as an opportunity to start an open conversation with your student. 




St. Perpetua Parent Night 10/2015

posted Oct 21, 2015, 12:21 PM by Adrienne DeWolfe   [ updated May 9, 2016, 6:09 PM ]

Parenting in the Digital Age


Agenda

Post questions to: todaysmeet.com/parents
  1. MultiMedia & Kids 
  2. Concerns 
    • Privacy
    • Digital Reputation
    • Inappropriate Content
    • Screen Time
    • Cyberbullying
  3. Resources and Tips
  4. Discussion & Questions

Your Homework

1. Initiate conversations and set boundaries


2. Use Family Media Use Agreements from Netsmartz and Common Sense Media


3. Find quality content on Common Sense Media – Top Picks

 
4. Show a willingness to play and learn

6. Set a positive example - Model the behavior you want to see

7. Narrate your own tech use

8. Keep current with CommonSense Media
and sign up for newsletters

9. Get to know parental controls on your gadgets
10. Keep computer in a public place

11. Have a cell phone parking area

12. Have a lease policy

13. Talk about the risks at every age, and tell your children you won’t blame them
Activities

Activity 1

- Use Commonsense media to search reviews

Share with your group.


- Review the Top Picks for some suggested apps and websites.


CommonSense Media site image to show how to search reviews.

Activity 2

- Review 
safe search settings in google and youtube.

Setting up safe searching on google and youtube.

CommonSense Media Use Agreement

St. Mary's Parent Night

posted Sep 16, 2015, 2:24 PM by Adrienne DeWolfe   [ updated Sep 23, 2015, 5:32 PM ]

Parenting in the Digital Age
st marys parent night view of rucybersafe.info website

Agenda

Post questions to: todaysmeet.com/parent

  1. MultiMedia & Kids 
  2. Concerns 
    • Privacy
    • Digital Reputation
    • Inappropriate Content
    • Screen Time
    • Cyberbullying
  3. Resources and Tips
  4. Discussion & Questions

Your Homework

1. Initiate conversations and set boundaries


2. Use Family Media Use Agreements from Netsmartz and Common Sense Media


3. Find quality content on Common Sense Media – Top Picks

 
4. Show a willingness to play and learn

6. Set a positive example - Model the behavior you want to see

7. Narrate your own tech use

8. Keep current with CommonSense Media
and sign up for newsletters

9. Get to know parental controls on your gadgets
10. Keep computer in a public place

11. Have a cell phone parking area

12. Have a lease policy

13. Talk about the risks at every age, and tell your children you won’t blame them


Activities

Activity 1

- Use Commonsense media to search reviews

Share with your group.


- Review the Top Picks for some suggested apps and websites.


CommonSense Media site image to show how to search reviews.

Activity 2

Review 
safe search settings in google and youtube.

Setting up safe searching on google and youtube.

CommonSense Media Use Agreement

Saint Perpetua School Parent Night, February 19, 2015

posted Feb 17, 2015, 4:59 PM by Adrienne DeWolfe   [ updated Feb 18, 2015, 9:46 PM ]

Parenting in the Digital Age
Parenting in the Digital Age by Adrienne DeWolfe

Agenda

Post questions to: todaysmeet.com/parent

  1. MultiMedia & Kids 
  2. Concerns 
    • Privacy
    • Digital Reputation
    • Inappropriate Content
    • Screen Time
    • Cyberbullying
  3. Resources and Tips
  4. Discussion & Questions

Your Homework

1. Initiate conversations and set boundaries

2. Get involved in their digital lives
3. Talk about your concerns, and tell your children you won’t blame them 
4. Set a positive example
5. Keep current and sign up for newsletters
6. Get to know parental controls on your gadgets
7. Keep computer in a public place

8. Have a cell phone parking area
  • No phones at bedtime 
9. Consider your lease policy 

10. Help older teens monitor their digital reputation

Activities

Activity 1

Use Commonsense media to search reviews, read parent concerns and sign up for newsletter. 

Share with your group.

CommonSense Media site image to show how to search reviews.

Activity 2

Review safe search settings in google and youtubemanaging devices and media use agreements.

Setting up safe searching on google and youtube.

CommonSense Media Use Agreement

Parenting in the Digital Age, Moraga School District, Feb. 20, 2014

posted Feb 16, 2015, 5:17 PM by Adrienne DeWolfe   [ updated Feb 16, 2015, 5:20 PM ]

Action Steps

  1. 1.Initiate conversations

  2. Family Media Use Agreements fromNetsmartz and Common Sense Media



  3. 2.Start early 

  4. Do online field trips: Common Sense Media: Best of the web for families

  5. Show a willingness to listen


  1. 3.Get involved in their digital lives

  2. Set a positive example

  3. Common Sense Media: Family media mgt.


  1. 4.Keep current

  2. CommonSense Media

  3. NetFamily News


  1. 5.Help them monitor their digital reputation

  2. Google Alerts

  3. Online Reputation Video from iKeepSafe


  1. 6.Keep computer in a public place


  1. 7.Have a cell phone parking area and no phones at bedtime


  1. 8.Consider your lease policy


  1. 9.Talk about your concerns


  1. 10.Tell your children you won’t blame them


Parenting in the Digital Age - Vintage High, Napa, March 19, 2013

posted Feb 16, 2015, 5:14 PM by Adrienne DeWolfe

Vintage High Agenda

Actions

http://www.rucybersafe.info


  1. 1.Start early - 

  2. Do online field trips: Common Sense Media: Best of the web for families

  3. Show a willingness to listen


  1. 2.Get involved in their digital lives

  2. Set a positive example

  3. Common Sense Media: Family media mgt.

     Facebook - A Parents' Guide to Facebook


  1. 3.Keep current

  2. CommonSense Media

  3. NetFamily News


  1. 4.Initiate conversations

  2. Family Media Use Agreements fromNetsmartz and Common Sense Media


  1. 5.Help them monitor their digital reputation

  2. Google Alerts

  3. Online Reputation Video from iKeepSafe


  1. 6.Keep computer in a public place


  1. 7.Have a cell phone parking area and no phones at bedtime


  1. 8.Consider your lease policy


  1. 9.Talk about your concerns


  1. 10.Tell your children you won’t blame them


Cyberbullying

posted Feb 16, 2015, 5:01 PM by Adrienne DeWolfe   [ updated Feb 16, 2015, 5:10 PM ]

NAPA County Office of Education 



JANUARY 28, 2013


Cyberbullying - steps to keep you safe



Digital Citizenship, Lafayette SD November 2, 2011

posted Jan 28, 2015, 8:06 PM by Adrienne DeWolfe   [ updated Feb 16, 2015, 4:59 PM ]

Next Steps

1. Assess the problem locally with students
2. Provide staff training
3. Define bullying and cyberbullying as a staff
  • Bullying is unacceptable including targeting race, religion and sexual orientation
  • Move toward new terminology, see Netfamily News
4. Share resources with parents
5. Encourage reporting
6. Use incident reports to document problems 
7. Develop clear rules and policies
8. Share upstander stories 
9. Support your techie teachers
10.Plan School-Wide Action

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