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Super Clubs Plus Trial -
Cybersafety Baseline Survey Results


All students in Rooms 9 & 20 (classes that are taking on the Super Clubs Plus trial) were surveyed on their cybersafety skills and attitudes prior to beginning the SCP programme.

We collected the baseline cybersafety information online using a survey format as we felt the information gathered would be:
  • more honest (not having to call out or say their views in front of the class)
  • non-threatening for students
  • more individualised (students answering from their perspectives, not their friends')
  • collected in a student-friendly way
  • quicker and easier to analyse for teachers & eLeaders
  • easier to compare with post SCP programme data - students will take the same survey again

Prior to completing the survey the eLeader spent time with the class talking about the purpose of the survey and going through each question asked and allowing students time to ask questions.

Click here to view the survey that students completed:
http://web.waiuku.school.nz/cybersafety-survey


SURVEY BASELINE RESULTS


Room 20 - Year 3/4 Students
http://room20waiuku2011.blogspot.com/

Internet Use:
  • 100% of all students had Internet access (broadband or dial up) at home
  • 96% of students use the Internet "everyday", "often" or "sometimes" after school
  • 30% of students access the Internet in a shared space (eg Lounge)
  • 15% of students are allowed to access the Internet from their bedroom (no adult supervision)
  • 11% of students are allowed to access the Internet anywhere (not necessarily with adult supervision)

Cybersafety @ Home:
  • 30% of students' parents had discussed keeping safe online (prior to starting SCP)
  • 42% of students were not sure if their parents had discussed keeping safe online with them
  • 23% of students said their parents had never discussed keeping safe online with them

Online Cybersafety Behaviours:
  • 42% of students mentioned they would tell a parent or adult if they saw something mean or rude online
  • 38% of students mentioned they would turn off the screen/computer if they saw something mean or rude online
  • 34% of students mentioned they would report it if they saw something mean or rude online
  • 30% of students mentioned they would leave it or do something else if they saw something mean or rude online

Online Websites Accessed by students:
  • 54% Mathletics
  • 38% Google
  • 19% Facebook
  • % Mini Clip or other online game websites
  • % School Website
  • % School Blogs
  • % Email (hotmail/gmail etc)
  • % Trade Me

Implications for teaching/learning programmes:




Room 9 - Year 5/6 Students
http://room9waiuku2011.blogspot.com/