The following is an excerpt from my book, "Netiquette IQ . . ." If you wish to understand some of the elements which contribute negatively to our children's and young adults communication, this is a great advanced summation. For a closer look at the book, follow the links below
Our technological powers increase, but the side effects and potential hazards also escalate.
One of the most sensitive segments of epolicy and is the area of children’s usage of email and the Internet. These are some of the major categories to consider:
- Emergency aid and assistance
Application of , good habits, and correct grammar are essential routines throughout life. Negative patterns can easily end up being used in school and social life into adulthood. No one will dispute the absolute need to have protection for children using email and the Internet. The same principles apply to texting, social groups, and other popular online activities. However, there are other
that have both short-term and long-term ramifications.
Young people are now increasingly using electronic communication in lieu of face-to-face, written, or telephone contact. Arguably, children and young adults who have begun their methods of communications via email, Twitter, and texting have decreased knowledge of basic formal writing skills and . Unfortunately, these habits and behavior translate into not only the items mentioned above but also may also promote behavior that allows for and facilitates lack of respect, abundance of informality, and the inability to understand the measure one’s words have on others.
The premiere consideration when children and young people access the Internet, email, texting, or Twitter is safety. In order to maximize this, it is critical to educate and provide a list and processes for young users. These rules offer a good comprehensive starting point to provide for young people that considers their point of view:
1. Never use communicative technology when biking, driving, crossing busy streets, or in hazardous situations.
2. Always ask your parents’ permission before using your full name, address, telephone number, or school name anywhere on the Internet.
3. Always tell your parents or guardian if you see something online that you know is wrong or that makes you feel uncomfortable.
4. Don’t respond to messages that make you feel uncomfortable or uneasy.
5. Never give out a credit card number or password online.
6. Never send out your picture without your parents’ permission.
7. Be careful when someone offers you something, such as gifts or money, for nothing.
8. Don’t ever accept a gift or an offer that involves having someone visit your house.
9. Never arrange to meet someone in person whom you’ve met online, unless you discuss it with your parents and an adult goes with you.
10. Talk to your parents to set up rules for going online. Decide with them the best time of day to be online, the length of time to be online, and appropriate areas to visit.
11. Get to know your “online friends” just as you get to know all of your other friends. Be sure that you are dealing with someone whom you and your parents know and trust before giving out any personal information about yourself via email.
12. Be respectful.
13. Avoid electronic bullying.
14. Do not open attachments from senders you do not know.
15. Do not deploy spyware or any other malicious or compromising programs or software.
16. Do not use other people’s email accounts.
17. Report email abuses.
18. Educate your friends when you see they do not follow these guidelines.
21. Do not criticize people who might read your message later. Any mail can be forwarded or inadvertently sent.
22. Remember: whatever you write will be stored somewhere forever.
23. Avoid “flaming” or insulting someone.
24. Tell others to stop when they use foul language.
25. log off immediately when done.
26. Do not be afraid to ask a trusted adult for guidance.+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
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