Cable in the Classroom Presentation for the Ohio PTA Convention
Source: Cable in the Classroom
Thank you for attending Cable in the Classrooms’ workshops at the Ohio PTA Convention on April 17, 2010. You can download the PowerPoint presentations, as PDF files, and explore additional resources through the links below. In addition, the Ohio Cable & Telecommunications Association’s education foundation recorded the sessions and will make DVD copies available. For more information, please contact us.
For more information on topics related to media literacy, internet safety and digital ethics and citizenship, see the Digital Citizenship section of Cable in the Classroom’s website.
Social Networking 101: This PowerPoint presentation includes an overview of social media, why kids are attracted to sites like facebook and You Tube, what the risks are, and how to help kids become safe and thoughtful users of social media.
Sexting, Cyberbullying and the Portable Internet: This presentation provides a basic understanding of sexting and cyberbulling—two increasingly common problems with widespread use of mobile devices—explores the legal and emotional issues that arise when problems do occur and offers suggestions for preventing, recognizing and dealing with these issues.
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