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Some of the schools in the district polled students about the Cyber Safety orientation. Their responses follow. Below that is a newspaper article written by students about the unit.
Freshmen responded 2 months after the Frosh Cybersafety Orientation about what they recalled:
-Don't over post personal information
-Sites like myspace, facebook, etc are dangerous
-Don't share your password with other people
-Don't put things on the internet that you will regret
I remember we learned how to stalk somebody
Also someone got harassed on myspace and committed suicide.
-Remember the girl got raped and killed.
-Don't put too much personal info on the internet
-Don't open suspicious files
-Don't talk to strangers
-Tell an adult if you are being cyberbullied
Uperclassmen used EdModo to respond to the idea of cybersafety training for freshmen:
- Cybersafety is actually alot more important than most people know, it would turn into normal Computer steps in safety. I think it's a great idea to be taught
- Seems like it would be helpful for people who are new to our schools system.
- The cybersafety lessons are a good idea..and I do have a google account.
- yea i think it is important and its a good way to keep safe and spread it to and it is a good idea.
- I think it`s a good idea since most people don`t know a lot about cybersafety and if they do their knowledge of it is very limited.
- cybersafety is a good think to know!
- i think its a good idea
- I believe that the lessons are useful, especially at the frosh age. This was an exellent idea.
- the safety lessons are pretty good
- i think it's a good idea!
Students wrote about the Cyber Safety unit in the school newspaper:
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