november, 2020

13nov10:00 am11:00 amHelp! I'm stuck in the social media merry-go-round!Join us for a parent & guardian workshop about cyberbullying and digital citizenship for tweens and teens.

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Help! I’m stuck in the social media merry-go-round!

Do you want to know more about the digital world your children are engaging in? Join us for a Parent & Guardian workshop about cyberbullying and digital citizenship for tweens and teens. Join us on World Kindness Day to learn more about this vital topic of our time and how to support your child.

The best remedy for cyberbullying is to invest time and energy in its prevention. In this workshop, parents of middle and high school students will learn how to help their children build citizenship skills in cyberspace that promote social and emotional learning and respect for diversity. The most powerful tool to combat cyberbullying is “upstanding” when kids stand up to the bully and for each other (also known as “cyberback”).

Also learn…

*What Cyberbullying is and isn’t

*How to bullyproof their children on their phone, tablet, or computer

*How to help their children navigate the ever-changing social media landscape as responsible digital citizens.

Speakers

Kathy Grey – VP of Education | Kathy has been a community advocate in Marin County for more than fifteen years, working with educators, parents, and children from kindergarten through high school. She is a seasoned conference speaker bringing a unique perspective and passion about our youth, believing firmly that we build a healthy, strong community by empowering the younger generation and ensuring that they are given every opportunity to succeed. Kathy began her career as an educator with Head Start fueling her commitment to serving our youth and communities. Prior to her work in education, she was an arbitrator working in conflict resolution, resolving grievances for United Airlines.

Time

(Friday) 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Organizer

No BullyProgram Manager, Hannah (hannah@nobully.org)


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