Thursday, April 9, 2015

Supporting Students in a Connected World

When I wrote "Internet Abuse - Students in the Middle" for Independent School magazine back in 2002, little did I or others imagine a world connected the way it is today, especially for our students.

Now in 2015, I will be facilitating a discussion at the Ethical Culture Fieldston School in Manhattan next Saturday, April 18. "Supporting Students in a Connected World" has a great panel of experienced educators and professionals. Here is an excerpt from the website . . . 

"We are all struggling to figure out how we can help kids understand the cause and effect of their social media/internet use.  
What is appropriate to share online? What are the unintended consequences of kids making mistakes online? How has your school addressed these issues? What is the relationship between schools and parents with respect to responsibility and roles?
We invite you to join us for a panel of independent school administrators, mental health professionals, diversity practitioners and technology specialists for a lively and interactive exchange of case studies, ideas, information, experiences and curriculum. We are hoping these conversations will lead to ongoing opportunities for consulting and collaborating with each other as the need arises." Visit the website to learn more.

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