Teaching Internet Safety for Scouts - Chief Seattle Council

Teaching Internet Safety for Scouts - Chief Seattle Council

Teaching Internet Safety for Scouts (What, Why, Who and How) The BSAs Cyber Chip for all ages Instructor: Craig Pearce ([email protected]) Who am I and why am I standing up here? - Relatively new to scouting (2 years for me, 4 years for my children across UK, AU, US) - Undertook wood badge (still working on my ticket)

- Help lead Webelos and Bears - IT Security engineer and consultant for 15 years - Have delivered Cyber Chip to my dens and troop and want to share my learnings 2 Science Fiction ROCKS What Sci-Fi Got RIGHT SPACE TRAVEL TELEVISION CREDIT CARDS

CELL PHONES SKYPE What Sci-Fi MOSTLY Got Right COMPUTERS INTERNET WORLD WIDE WEB 3 Science Fiction MISSED STUFF What Sci-Fi Mostly MISSED

SPAM SCAMS EBAY TWITTER YOUTUBE FACEBOOK BAD APPS (malware, viruses) CYBERBULLYING TROLLS and some more recent terms: CATFISH, CLICKBAIT, FAKE NEWS 4

Science Fiction MISSED STUFF 5 What can possibly go wrong? Children have near-instant access to Every Picture Every Movie Every Song Every Book Every Game

Every Store Billions of People Billions of People! 6 Kids Face New Risks Lots of online fear mongering BUT: 1 in 7 kids will receive an unwanted intimate solicitation online

Kids who engage in risky online behaviors are at higher risk of solicitations: posting personal information interacting with strangers online accepting friend invitations from strangers 65% of online offenders use social networking sites to gather personal information i.e. school

and home information 7 Scouting Needs to Teach Kids New Skills How to Navigate Online find information recognize unreliable content recognize inappropriate content

seek trusted adult help How to Protect Themselves Online protect personal information avoid/report predators How to Behave Online show good netiquette discourage/report inappropriate behavior

discourage/report abuse or bullying 8 The Online Scout Law 9 The BSAs Cyber Chip Developed in Partnership with Netsmartz (Center for Missing & Exploited Children) Teaches Appropriate Online Behavior and

Safety From Tiger Cub to Eagle Scout: Grades 1-3 Grades 4-5 Grades 6-8 Grades 9-12 Increasing Level of Depth/Complexity Annual Refreshers 10 The BSAs Cyber Chip Tigers, Wolves and Bears:

Level I Internet Safety Pledge Netiquette Video Online Online Game/Quiz Re-tell What Theyve Learned 11 Cub Scouts: Tigers, Wolves and Bears Internet Safety Pledge:

I will tell my trusted adult if anything makes me feel sad, scared, or confused. I will ask my trusted adult before sharing information like my name, address, and phone number. I won't meet face-to-face with anyone from the Internet. I will always use good netiquette and not be rude or mean online. 12 Cub Scouts: Tigers, Wolves

and Bears Online Netiquette Video Bad Netiquette Stinks 7 minutes 13 Cub Scouts: Tigers, Wolves and Bears Online Game / Quiz / Certificate Router's Birthday Surprise Cubs Must Complete the Game/Quiz Print the Certificate

Adults can log in as teacher and navigate the map/game as they wish. Educators Guide tab also has helpful information 14 Cub Scouts: Tigers, Wolves and Bears Retell What Theyve Learned Show and tell your family, den leader, den, or pack what you have learned.

15 Cub Scouts: Webelos Same Internet Safety Pledge Online Video: Good Password Practices and one elective (video of their choice) Demonstrate Internet Safety Principles to their Den Leader, Den or Pack using a Teachable Recipe (can be done solo or as a Den) Discuss w/Unit Leader: Appropriate Use of Devices 16

The BSAs Cyber Chip Boy Scouts Grades 6-8: Level II Internet Safety Pledge Appropriate Use Agreement w/Parents Online Friend Video and Two Others Teach What Theyve Learned (EDGE)

Discuss w/Unit Leader: Appropriate Use of Devices 17 The BSAs Cyber Chip Boy Scouts Grades 9-12: Level II Internet Safety Pledge Appropriate Use Agreement w/Parents Discuss w/Parents Benefits & Risks of Social Media Three Online Videos: Impact of Social Media Sites

Teach What Theyve Learned (EDGE) Discuss w/Unit Leader: Appropriate Use of Devices 18 The BSAs Cyber Chip EDGE: Four Step Method for Teaching a Skill:

Explain Demonstrate Guide Enable 19 What is your Electronics Policy? https://blog.scoutingmagazine.org/2012/03/14/ electronics-policy/

No Electronics. Period. Only allowed while driving to/from events. OK, but with certain restrictions. Not just allowed encouraged! 20 In a Nutshell Kids Face New Challenges

We Need to Adapt Our Programs to Give Them the Skills They Need The New Cyber Chip Programs Cover a Lot of Ground 21 My Own Opinion What Cyber Chip Misses: Fluffy: More Candid Options Are Out There Question All Information (snopes.com) Great General Media Ratings at commonsensemedia.org

Incomplete: Lots more information at netsmartz.org 22 QUESTIONS? Links BSA Cyber Chip http://www.scouting.org/cyberchip.aspx NetSmartz Scouting http://www.netsmartz.org/scouting Common Sense Media

https://www.commonsensemedia.org/ Boys Life articles https://filestore.scouting.org/filestore/youthprotection/pdf/Cyb ersafety_LO.pdf (younger readers) https://filestore.scouting.org/filestore/youthprotection/pdf/Cyb ersafety_HI.pdf (older readers) 24 Class Evaluation

To record your evaluation and attendance from a mobile device, go to: https://seaptc.org and click "Class Evaluation." The evaluation code for this session is 2390 25

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