Name
My online reputation
Topic
Online Safety
Learning time
6 hours and 50 minutes
Designed learning time
6 hours and 50 minutes
Size of class
25
Description
A class from middle school is formed on several online safety topics. She discovers and works on four themes: online identity; Net effect & online reputation; Sexting; Sextortion.
Aims
The purpose of this training is to get students to identify, understand and prevent facts that could be dangerous for them. Moreover, it does not imply that the students of the class but allows a sensitization on a larger scale (school, city, partners).
Outcomes
Recall, Prepare, Analyse, Find out/discover
Editor
nonodedragui
What is online identity ?
85 minutes)
  • Read Watch Listen
    5
    25
    0
    Two short video are watched about online identity : * Who am I ? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-TnNrZQr94 * The Evolution of Internet Identity https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mt60mi9Zf-g
  • Discuss
    15
    25
    0
    Online identity is discussed through the classroom. First idea on the part of students, concept of identity. The subject is debated, explained. Do you think everyone in our school knows exactly what it is and how they feel about this concept ? Idea is given to create a survey.
  • Collaborate
    30
    5
    0
    Work groups to make the survey. Questions are designed. Then feedback in class. Most interesting questions are kept.
  • Produce
    15
    5
    0
    Survey through the school realized with Excel Survey, Google forms or SurveyMonkey teenagers can complete with their devices whenever they want. a. Do you know what online identity is ? b. Do you think both your identities (online / real life) are the same ? c. Do you worry about how you’re seen online ? d. Do you feel stressed about what you look like on pictures ? e. How do you feel when nobody comment or « like » photos you post ? f. Why posting pictures of you (purpose) ?
  • Investigate
    20
    25
    0
    Teams are done. Students move from class to class to present their survey and explain questions others will have to answer to in the next few days. After a given period, results are studied and transmitted in the form of diagrams. The results are stored and analysed for a future presentation (physical and digital).
Notes:
Resources linked: 0
What are net effect and online reputation?
65 minutes)
  • Read Watch Listen
    10
    25
    0
    Projection of two videos * Internet Danger- Everyone Knows Sarah (Be careful what you post online) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThxmgXMBpoM * Do you really have a private life online? (social network privacy loss due to friends) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-e98hxHZiTg
  • Investigate
    15
    2
    0
    Students are asked them to Google their own name and use a people search engine https://pipl.com to see how much information there is online about them.
  • Discuss
    20
    5
    0
    Work group on the six key areas Danah Boyd has spoken of in the net effect. Debate about how being online changed the way that people behaved for a number of reasons. * Disinhibition (lack of visual cues - tone of voice, body langage) * Persistence & searchability (anything which goes online stay online) * Replicability (copy / paste) * Scalability * Invisible audience (publicly = for everyone ; no control) * Blurring of public & private (= flou) boundaries (=limites) are unclear online
  • Produce
    20
    5
    0
    Each group creates a small poster about its theme. Display made in the classroom (before the school exhibition). Subject are discussed in whole class. Posters are uploaded on the school website.
Notes:
Resources linked: 0
What is sexting ?
50 minutes)
  • Read Watch Listen
    10
    25
    0
    Three short films are watched : 1. Don’t encourage it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxfWaD_8NRs 2. Don’t promote it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cy6z7DO4-Io 3. Don’t incite it  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AL5Y6rJwTuQ
  • Collaborate
    10
    5
    0
    Six groups are created to work on the six themes submitted by the Irish Safer Internet (https://www.webwise.ie/lockers/). 1. The law on sharing intimate content 2. When online sharing goes wrong 3. Victim blaming 4. Peer pressure and non-consensual sharing 5. The influence of media and gender stereotypes 6. Getting help Roles are given for the next work (each member of the group has something to work on).
  • Investigate
    30
    5
    0
    Groups are created. Each is given a theme to work. Investigations are conducted by the students to the law enforcement, lawyers and various protection agencies.
  • Produce
    0
    Each group creates a small video about its theme (iMovie on iPad or MovieMaker on Windows). Display made in the classroom the week after. Subject are discussed in whole class. Films are uploaded on the school website.
Notes:
Resources linked: 0
What is sextortion ?
90 minutes)
  • Read Watch Listen
    5
    25
    0
    Video watched : "Blackmail started after a cybersex offer" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=boJ1vyGyUzk
  • Discuss
    10
    25
    0
    What could be done to avoid it?
  • Practice
    45
    25
    0
    Role-plays and small-scale plays are made by tackling the different themes. These playful situations allow students to find themselves confronted with delicate situations. A debrieffing is carried out each time, the actions of each other discussed.
  • Produce
    30
    5
    0
    Students create a short film in StopMotion and share it on the Twitter account of the school. In this way, they sensitize the other classes subscribed to the thread of discussion.
Notes:
Resources linked: 0
School exhibition
120 minutes)
  • Produce
    60
    0
    The school exhibition is set up. The invitations are given to all the participants (students, parents, professors, associations, town hall, media). All works are uploaded on the school website.
  • Read Watch Listen
    60
    0
    Parents and local authorities (Mayor, local elected officials) are invited to an evening of exhibition where investigations, posters, films by children are presented. Local media are also invited to have a greater impact on the local population.
Notes:
Resources linked: 0

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