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Rights and Responsibilities Online

After our cyber safety webinar and class discussion on your rights and responsibilities online, use the link below to create an online profile based on the online profile tips. http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/profile/ Safe profiles could include:  First name, nickname or pseudonym  Hobbies, interests with no specific details such as club name  Only photos where specific details can’t be identified such as school or sports uniform, location, time  Likes and dislikes such as movies or food Safe profiles should not include:  Full name  Full name of friends or family  Birth date  Name of school or clubs/teams  Photos that can easily identify you e.g. school uniform  Home address, phone number

5th Grade, 6th Grade, Digital Citizenship
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CLASS DISCUSSION - (10-15 min) Ask the students for their reactions to the Cybersmart Detectives video. This is an opportunity for the students to discuss anything that made them feel uneasy or worried about the story or their personal experiences. You may wish to ask the following questions: * What should you do when you receive a message that makes you feel worried? * What would you do if you were worried about your friend and did not know how to help? * When would you get an adult involved with a friend’s problem? * Discuss potential dangers linked with specific modes of online communication, such as social networking, gaming sites, smart phones, web cameras.