Students also have a right to privacy; schools should not pry into their lives which occur out of the school learning environment. Finally, parents have the responsibility to give their children guidance on the internet, and discipline them for any inappropriate actions they perform. Schools dictating students’ lives would corrupt their views, and wrongly influence the generations to come.
Grabber: Do we still have the freedom speech or has the internet changed the meaning of free speech? Background information (Briefly explain why this has become a big issue. ): Schools have become more interested in limiting students rights because cyber bullying is becoming a huge problem these days .School officials and administrators are responsible to protect their student body and maintain a safe environment. They want to make sure their students are safe and happy at school and off -grounds.They want to limit online speech so they can protect students and teachers who get cyber bullied online. Restate the question, using other words for “limit” and “online speech”: Should schools be able to restrict and regulate what students say on the internet ?
If you let parents know that the school district is trying to help their kids; the parents would try to help you as much as they can so that cyberbullying can stop (1. SV; SV;). Cyberbullying should be treated as a significant impact on the school (Stover 41). “According to Parry Aftab “School should have an anti cyberbullying campaign that emphasizes the message that off campus behavior can lead to escalating conflict that spills over into school” (410). If you let parents know that the school district is trying to help their kids; the parents would try to help you as much as they can so that cyberbullying can stop (1.
Acting as if a day without an online connection will ruin our civilization would corrupt the child’s mind, thus making them think the Internet is the most vital object. Of course, there are dangers when one allows a child onto the web. Without proper education on the dangers in the online world, children may fall into a trap and become potential victims. In order to have a well-rounded youth, parents must express healthy role modeling by teaching them how to identify dangerous interactions and carefully monitoring the web history to protect children from online threats.
Senate Bill 74 is the bill that is trying to give the ability for schools to have stricter rules on cyber bullying that happens on school property and with school technology property. Many schools have given technology such as: Tablets, Ipads, and laptops to students for schools uses. Schools need to be the safe zone for students. If a school is not able to be a safe zone for students, how can you expect them to want to come to school? How can you expect them to learn if they feel threatened.
Recommendations One point that Chase specifically mentioned as important was “Keeping user profiles limited so that software cannot be installed and the continual monitoring of files and emails for inappropriate content.” There is, however, an unfortunate side effect to this monitoring. Legitimate and useful sites are also being blocked to both student and teachers of the Phoenix Elementary School District (PESD). In the United States, Kindergarten-12th grade schools are required by law to add filters to blocks sites obscene and harmful to minors. This requirement comes from a federal law enacted by congress called the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA). This law is indeed important for the safety of children at school.
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Thus, if your child is sending offensive messages; you should chastise them by taking away their device or ban their social media account and teach them the importance of cyber-bullying. Families that have experienced the dark side of social media would stand for laws to protect our youth while online. If laws are not passed that should not stop parents from practicing safe Internet tips with their youth. Therefore, parents should not wait to inform their child the importance of not meeting strangers on-line or how harsh words can effect someone; however, if it is not said in person. Parents should also monitor their child’s actions online until they have become an appropriate age.
To prevent the internet's side effects on children parents should guide their children how to use the internet properly and monitor them without suffocating. Furthermore, if media classes which explain students reasons why they should refrain from violent video games and uncensored material can help children to keep away from them. Further researches should examine how blocking and filtering programs can be improved for detecting and preventing unwanted exposure to pornography. Moreover children who have media lessons should be observed in order to find defects and show teachers and parents how to fill the gaps.
Cyber bullying is becoming a product of the internet which needs attention from the world. Psychologically, schools and families should monitor the network behavior of teenagers. As mention in one of the reports, lack of emotional support and school “climate” can have impact on bullying and victimization (Swearer & Hymel, 2015, p. 3 & 4). When teenagers are emotionally unstable, schools and family should intervene as soon as possible such that preventing teenagers from mood disorder. Teenagers may feel supported and they may not have suicidal ideation.