Online Video Workshop- Social Media & Cyber Safety – The Basics: Keeping Our Kids Safe & Kind On Their Devices
Convenient online workshop- receive a login and return anytime to review or access resources.
Do you know how your kid uses their device? From social media to online gaming and everything else our teens have at their fingertips, knowing what they're exposed to might surprise you. In this workshop, we will breakdown the different apps out there and how to keep our kids safe from trolls, cyberbullying, FOMO, hashtags and cyber stranger danger. Instead of throwing in the towel, let me help you navigate the cyber world our teens are living in.
Part 1: Favorites & what to watch for
Part 2: Setting up privacy settings & safety tools
Part 3: Educating our teens to be safe & kind on their devices
- Extensive list of Apps & what you need to know
- Social media & cyber safety health checklist
- Springboard discussion questions
Now What & Action Steps
Included with each section
Live Parent & Student Presentations-Social Media, Online Safety & Digital Awareness
Do you know how your kids and students are using their devices? From social media to online gaming and everything else our teens have at their fingertips, knowing what they're exposed to might surprise you.
In the live workshops for parents, teachers and students, we will breakdown the different apps out there and how to keep our kids safe from trolls, cyberbullying, FOMO, hashtags and cyber stranger danger. Instead of throwing in the towel, let me help you and your child navigate the cyber world our kids are living in. As we know the cyber-bullying, emotional impact and cyber stranger danger is effecting our students' ability to focus and do their best in the learning environment we as educators are working hard to provide. We can help parents and students become more educated to guard the crossover between our students' digital life and school life.
*Each presentation can be tailored to meet your communities specific needs. Please contact us with requests and questions:
Book just student presentation or parent/adult presentation or both.
Before each program I will meet with my host 6 weeks prior to discuss the social media impact on the culture of the organization and apply that to the presentations. Each organization will receive resources for the parents and adults to use in their every day lives. For example: Springboard discussion questions, Parent and child social media agreement outline and how to set up family standards for the digital world.
If you are booking more than one day you receive 10% off entire booking.
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Before each program, I will meet with my facilitator to discuss the social media impact on the culture of the organization and apply that to the presentations. Each group/organization will receive resources for the parents and adults to use in their every day lives.
- Springboard discussion questions
- Parent and child social media agreement outline How to set up family standards for the digital world.
- List the favorite apps our kid are on and what to be aware of.
Program option 1: Tweens, Teens and Young Adults
This is an interactive multi-media workshop that appeals to all learning types. The purpose is to bring awareness to the kids of the dangers and emotional impact on their lives as well as those they are interacting with. The student will leave the presentation with the ability to set boundaries with online activity that benefits themselves and their emotional and physical well being, know how to post in a positive and safe way and how to use social media for the greater good of culture.
Program option 2: Parent/ Adult Presentation
The goal of the 1-hour multi-media adult presentation with Q &A is to bring awareness to the concerns and provide tools, resources, and action steps to take parents from the defense to the offense when it comes to their Child’s digital life.
As adults who have not grown up with social media we have to educate ourselves to keep our kids safe from the 75,000 predators online (FBI), the cyberbullying impact and negative communities that our kids are constantly bombarded with. We will discuss how to educate our kids about the dangers and how to be a positive contributor to the cyber world.
Bonus Materials: Online workshop & resources
The online workshop is included with every program. Each parent, teacher and administrator will receive a login for a one hour long video workshop you can go back to whenever you’d like with detailed information and resources:
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For the Griever:
It’s okay to not be okay. Too often after experiencing the greatest pain of our lives we are expected to get right back into everyday life, perform on tests, have a good attitude, and score the winning point. In this workshop, I will share my personal experience of “grieving in all the wrong ways” to help you avoid some common pitfalls so you can grow through your pain and come out the other side different, but whole.
For the Supporter:
“Kids are resilient” adults like to say. But teens often push down their difficult emotions only to have them surface later in self-destructive ways. Teens need the tools to face their feelings, walk through them, and build up their emotional resilience. In this workshop, we will discuss how to help the young person in your life deal with loss, pain, grief, and change.
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