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Parents looking to "filter" home internet access - consider these tools via Edshelf

Parents looking to "filter" home internet access - consider these tools via Edshelf | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
edshelf Weekly - Internet Filtering, Device Monitoring, Parental Controls If you have children that may access the Internet without your supervision, these Internet filtering, devic

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Oskar Almazan's curator insight, January 25, 2017 11:08 PM
If you have children that may access the Internet without your supervision, these Internet filtering, device monitoring parental controls may ease your fears. While some are set up more for the home than a school, all of these tools give grown-ups a chance at preventing inappropriate behavior.
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How can schools protect student data without training teachers in privacy basics? - by CHRIS BERDIK

How can schools protect student data without training teachers in privacy basics? - by CHRIS BERDIK | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
Gearing up for their district’s password-reset day in October, teachers and school administrators in Raytown, Missouri, watched a spoof video “gym” tour by their tech-support staff, who offered tips for stronger passwords amidst “laptop lunges” and “cross-tech” training. Every few months in Raytown, there’s a new silly video with the serious purpose of safeguarding student …

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How long I thought it would take to clean up the Internet.

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In May it will be 22 years since I began my work to help protect children and all vulnerable groups online. It was a big deal at that time. I was a high-powered lawyer and leading in the newly-emerging field of cyberlaw. This was very early Web days. I stumbled into cybersafety and cybercrime prevention, having been dragged there by my mother (after my younger sister nagged her to make me write a book for parents on cybersafety). The Web was only navigable for a year or two when I began my fight against the "dark side." It was newsworthy, in those days. "How long will you devote your efforts to helping keep kids safer online?" reporters and everyone else would ask. I would respond, with the self-assurance only a newly-minted cyberlawer would have, "Five years. After that parents, government, law enforcement, schools and the industry will have learned everything they need to know about how to protect themselves and others online." Five years. Surely, in five years we could change mindsets, create awareness and create an ever-evolving ecosystem of a more secure, more private and safer online world. (I know... many of you are laughing out loud at my hubris. Others are shocked at my naivete. The rest are just shaking your heads in pity.) I have given up predicting my retirement. Every time I think we have finally reached the tipping point, some new risk rears its ugly head or some new network thinks safety is optional and easily jettisoned when funding gets low. Every time I think we are getting close, government gets too hot or too cold. Things are very rarely ever just right. (For those of you unfamiliar with the children's fairytale of Goldilocks and the 3 Bears, and missed the too hot, too cold or just right reference, read my Goldilocks and the Cyberparents post here on LinkedIn.) There are very important battles ahead. Networks that may be getting complacent, throwing a bone to safety, privacy and security when it suits them, gung-ho legislators newly-elected and looking to make a name for themselves, and young people (and seniors) always connected using technology designed to be impulsive without the maturity and life experience to know when they are at risk, are our targets. And, we need to band together to do it right. I'll give it five years!

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America's Smartphone Addiction Is Now An Epidemic

America's Smartphone Addiction Is Now An Epidemic | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
The convenience of having a computer in our pocket 24/7 has radically changed how we interact with the world, and how we feel about ourselves and others. Perhaps it's time for us to start using technology more responsibly; not as a pacifier, but as a way to better ourselves. Cartoon by Ed Hall.
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The Importance of Teaching Digital Citizenship

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Watch Common Sense Media's The Importance of Teaching Digital Citizenship video to help you make informed decisions.
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Devices sprout ears: What do Alexa and Siri mean for privacy?

Devices sprout ears: What do Alexa and Siri mean for privacy? | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
The Echo is taking the US by storm, with Google Home hot on its tracks. What are the privacy risks of having an always-listening digital assistant in your home?
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Will the last person to leave social media please turn off the light?

Will the last person to leave social media please turn off the light? | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
After the early, exciting expository years of the Internet - the Age of Jennicam where the web was supposed to act as confessional and stage - things changed..
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Education Technology and Data Insecurity

Education Technology and Data Insecurity | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
Handing over data, often quite thoughtlessly, has become par for the course – in education and in society more generally. Although privacy experts have urged parents and educators to be more proactive about protecting children’s data and privacy) – while using Pokémon Go and other data-hungry apps – we now live in a culture of surveillance, where data collection and data extraction have become normalized.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, January 6, 2017 1:40 AM

An interesting article about the darker side of data collection in education.

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Data Collection and Insecurity in Education
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WATCH: How can you protect yourself on the internet?

WATCH: How can you protect yourself on the internet? | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
Salon's Mary Elizabeth Williams talks to Mozilla Leadership Network's Chris Lawrence about our digital footprints VIDEO
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Don’t teach digital citizenship — embed it!

Don’t teach digital citizenship — embed it! | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
Reach digital citizenship authentically so it's not just another abstract idea that becomes real to students only when they run into problems down the road.
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How to Safely Delete Private Data Forever


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Google Launched ‘Code Next’ to Train a Legion of Black and Latino Coders

Google Launched ‘Code Next’ to Train a Legion of Black and Latino Coders | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
Google launched Code Next to train the next generation of black and Latino computer scientists.
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A Hacker's Tips For Protecting Your Digital Privacy

A Hacker's Tips For Protecting Your Digital Privacy | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
Cyber attacksand president-elect Trump's criticism of encryption and interest in expanding government surveillancewarrant more vigilance.
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We must teach children about life online if they are to thrive in the real world

We must teach children about life online if they are to thrive in the real world | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
In certain circumstances I am a firm advocate of government intervention being used to influence behaviour.
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Google Released A New 3D Digital Story Telling Tool

Google Released A New 3D Digital Story Telling Tool | digital citizenship | Scoop.it

"Google announced today the release of Toontastic 3D which is similar to the original Toontastic but has more awesome stuff to offer. Toontastic 3D allows kids to use their imagination and engage in creative tasks. They can construct amazing things including book and school reports, design pitches, narrate stories, create beautiful cartoons and many more. Toontastic 3D is available for free download in both iOS App Store and Google Play Store.  It also works with select Chromebooks."


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Viljenka Savli (http://www2.arnes.si/~sopvsavl/)'s curator insight, January 17, 2017 3:07 AM
another great tool from google for 3D storytelling
 
Ricard Garcia's curator insight, January 17, 2017 4:12 AM
A very good and engaging tool for digital storytelling. Quite simple but with a very catchy layout. Easy to use, with simple outcomes. It is a good tool for primary and lower secondary students!! Production is saved as a video in the mobile device.
Sandy Bernstein's curator insight, January 20, 2017 9:40 AM

Great book creation, story telling tool!  Students can narrate as well.

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How to Parent Teens in a High-Tech World Without Losing Your Mind - by Robyn D. Shulman

How to Parent Teens in a High-Tech World Without Losing Your Mind - by Robyn D. Shulman | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
Best content around Assistive Technology Secondary selected by the EdTech Update community.

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Google Citation Integration

Tools to encourage Digital Citizenship and creator's responsibility.
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Digital Citizenship: The Internet, Society, and Participation

Get your free audio book: http://eita.space/e/b001949sxg Just as education has promoted democracy and economic growth, the Internet has the potential t
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18 Cartoon Videos About Cyber Safety for Students

18 Cartoon Videos About Cyber Safety for Students | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
18 Cartoon Videos About Cyber Safety for Students

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Protecting your privacy online: How to manage what you reveal via By Matthew Braga

Protecting your privacy online: How to manage what you reveal via By Matthew Braga | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
By Matthew Braga

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A World without Magnets - Lessons in Digital Literacy

A World without Magnets - Lessons in Digital Literacy | digital citizenship | Scoop.it

This lesson is based on an infographic about magnets. The infographics contains a range of facts and statistics as well as some information about magnets and how they are used.
In the lesson students will find out about the different uses of magnets.


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, January 5, 2017 10:21 AM

Download this lesson plan for free between now and Jan 10th - Just click on ‘Buy Now’ and apply this coupon code: UNEAP69B3H

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The year social media changed everything.

The year social media changed everything. | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
The takeaway for 2016: What we do on the internet matters.
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"Manners Matter" in This Digital Citizenship Infographic

"Manners Matter" in This Digital Citizenship Infographic | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
From Knowthenet comes a wonderfully informative digital citizenship infographic called Manners Matter. Share this with all your Global Digital Citizens.

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Court Rules That Police Can Force You To Tell Them Your Phone’s Passcode

Court Rules That Police Can Force You To Tell Them Your Phone’s Passcode | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
Smartphones have taken over our lives faster than the law is able to deal with. For a few years now, it’s been kind of an open legal question whether or not law enforcement can force you to p…
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How to Protect Your Personal Information Online

How to Protect Your Personal Information Online | digital citizenship | Scoop.it
Runa Sandvik, The New York Times’s director of information security in the newsroom, and Nicole Perlroth, who writes about cybersecurity and privacy, answered reader questions about cybersecurity.
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