Think First

  • Think We always hear that sharing is a good thing. And thanks to technology, we can share our ideas, opinions, pictures, and videos with our friends and other people. Most of the time, sharing is good. But if we aren’t thoughtful about how we share, we run the risk of hurting ourselves or someone else. Also, remember that the things you share with your friends can end up being shared with others. That’s why it’s important to think before you share.


  • Video Discussion Questions
    (for parents & teachers)

    • What are some of your favorite activities to do online?
    • What does it mean to “listen to your gut”? Can you think of a time when you listened to your gut?
    • Why is it important to feel with your heart when you’re online?
    • How do you balance your time on the Internet with other activities?
    • Can you think of a situation when you would need to stand up for something or someone? 

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  • Video Discussion Questions
    (for parents & teachers)

    • After watching the video, do you think you might be guilty of any type of oversharing?
    • Did any of the information in the video surprise you?
    • Why is it sometimes tempting to post bragging status updates? How do you feel when you see other people bragging online?
    • The video suggests that you should curate your photos and not post any pictures you wouldn’t want your grandma to see. What kinds of pictures do you think fall into this category?
    • Would you ever tell a friend if he or she was oversharing online? Would you want your friends to tell you if you were oversharing?
    • What do you consider “TMI”? Is there a difference between TMI offline when you’re talking to your friends and TMI online?
    • Do you use privacy settings on all your social media accounts? How do privacy settings help you manage your digital footprint?
    • Have you ever been in a situation where someone shared something about you that you didn’t want to be posted online? How did you handle the situation?

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