This podcast is a recording of a presentation shared with approximately 300 eighth grade students in Kingfisher, Oklahoma, on March 26, 2008. Our topics were Internet safety and safe online social networking. I was the final speaker in Kingfisher for a day of presentations focusing on health and safety issues organized by the school counselors in Kingfisher and nearby school districts. It is quite challenging to address 300 eighth graders for almost an hour right after lunch, at the end of their learning day! (Note that in the introduction, the speaker erroneously stated I taught courses at Texas Tech University. That was incorrect. My only higher education teaching experience (to date) was for Wayland Baptist University in Lubbock, Texas.)


Show Notes:

  1. Safe Digital Social Networking (my wiki resources)
  2. Internet Safety for Parents (my wiki resources)
  3. Videos related to Internet safety and social networking (scroll down the page)
  4. School Confiscates Cell Phones After Nude Photos of Junior High Girls Circulate (21 May 2008 – Galveston County, Texas)
  5. Kingfisher Public Schools (Oklahoma)

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