Live Virtual School Programs

 

Student Programs

  • Internet Safety and Digital Literacy for Kids Ages 9-11 (grade 4-5)

    Designed to help kids understand the basics when it comes to privacy and security in the connected world. No amount of filtering or monitoring tools are sufficient compared to critical thinking skills and understanding of behaviours and consequences. Unless there is 100% parental supervision every time a child is online, this presentation is necessary to help teach the power and openness of the internet and sometimes those whom we speak to online may not have our best interests in mind.
     

    60 minutes + (15-minute Q&A)

  • Internet Safety and Digital Literacy for Preteens Ages 12-13 (grade 6-7)

    This session will help walkthrough for preteens and teens the things they may have come across at this age online including the emotional, professional, legal, and reputation challenges they can encounter at this age and beyond into adulthood.

    60 minutes + (15-minute Q&A)

  • Internet Safety and Digital Literacy for Teens Ages 15+ (Grades 8-12)

    This presentation is designed to provide students with proactive reflective online critical thinking and decision-making strategies, that youth can immediately put to good use. This virtual live training offers the knowledge, information, and empowerment, based on academically peer-reviewed research, case studies, and our online investigative experience that teens and young adults need to know.

    This program has a bonus 30-minute Q&A!

  • Leveraging the Internet & Social Media to Create Opportunities Ages 16-18 (grade 10-12)

    This program will provide students with proven techniques to optimize and leverage their social media presence when it comes to university, college, and career opportunities.

    This program has a bonus 30-minute Q&A!

  • Cyberbullying, Sexting, Nudes, Intimate Images, and The Law Ages 15+ (Grade 8-12)

    This session focusses exclusively on two subjects, sexting and bullying. Both subjects independent but oftentimes coincide. The social and legal circumstances of these behaviours can often be misunderstood, we aim to clarify the facts and risks. This program is based on academic peer-reviewed research, case law, and real-world investigative experience helping teens. The objective of this session is to help youth understand consent, choices, consequences and how they can take specific actions to reduce legal liability and reduce harm emotionally, psychologically, physically and socially specific to these challenges. We will provide tools and resources for times of crisis to help maintain healthy and safe online experiences.

  • Online Sexual Predation, Exploitation: Threat and What Can Students Do To Help Minimize The Online Risks (Grade 8-12)

    This webinar will provide students with information specific to understanding what the threat is to online sexual predation and what can they do to help reduce the risks.

    This program has a bonus 30-minute Q&A!

 

Parent & Caregiver Programs

  • Online Sexual Predation and Exploitation

    Supporting Youth Being Targeted by, Aggression, Cyberbullying, Threats, Hacks, and Violence

    This program aims to help parents and caregivers support youth who may find themselves subject to various forms of aggression online. We will outline concerning signs to looks for. The diverse forms of aggression takes will be examined ranging from simple messages, threats of violence to more elaborate hacks. We will overview the support process during response and recovery periods in how you can most effetely help. Working with police, schools, and how to overcome barriers will be addressed. In extreme situations what are legal options available to you.

  • Online Sexual Predation and Exploitation

    The Dark and Dangerous Side of The Online World

    Despite all the good online it is negligent not to acknowledge the fact that there is concerning content that both parents and youth need to know about from an emotional, psychological, physical, social and cognitive standpoint. This webinar covers 4 categories of major concern that both parents and youth should be alive to, and how parents can talk about these concerns in an enlightening and not frightening way.

    Session has a bonus 30-minute Q&A!

  • Online Sexual Predation and Exploitation

    Internet Safety and Digital Literacy for Parents and Caregivers

    Helping parents to proactively understand the enabling power of technology and mobile communications, but also how to mitigate the sometimes unintended consequences of high risk or undesirable online behaviour.

    This program has included Q&A

  • Online Sexual Predation and Exploitation

    Gaming Concerns, Balance, Addiction & Opportunities

    This session will help advise families to create healthy gameplay while delving into the research, stories, and firsthand examples of the positives and negatives in this industry. We will also examine the research surrounding the debate around addiction.

    This program has a bonus 30-minute Q&A!

  • Online Sexual Predation and Exploitation

    Sharenting

    Parents love to share and promote, through pictures and posts, how proud they are of their children in their social media. However, could these pictures and postings have unintended consequences to their child later in life? In this webinar, we talk about, and provide examples of something called “sharenting.”

    This program has a bonus 30-minute Q&A!

  • Online Sexual Predation and Exploitation

    Technology Sleep and Children

    Anecdotally, and from a peer reviewed research perspective, we know that technology can have a less than desirable effect on sleep patterns. Research has also provided evidence that there is a correlation between sleep deprivation, inhibited learning and being able to self-regulate emotions. In this webinar we will be looking at the correlation between technology, sleep challenges, inhibited learning, and emotional self-regulation and what parents can do overcome these challenges.

    This session has a bonus 30-minute Q&A!

  • Online Sexual Predation and Exploitation

    The Good of Social Media Technology and Teens

    The news likes to shine a light on teens and how they use social media and technology in a negative way. In this webinar, we talk about how the majority of teens are doing super uber cool things online, some of which we guarantee will surprise you!

    Session has a bonus 30-minute Q&A!

  • Online Sexual Predation and Exploitation

    Monitoring, Filtering, and Other Tools for Parents & Caregivers

    An overview of the various tools and resource available for families to help manage online connection and communication. To tool is 100% effective but learn about the products and resources that we recommend for families.

    This program has a bonus 30-minute Q&A!

  • Online Sexual Predation and Exploitation

    Teen Sexting, Nudes, Distribution of Intimate Images, and the Law

    This program covers teen “sexting” based on academic peer-reviewed research, laws, and our investigative experience to help teens understand consent, choices, consequences and how they can take specific actions to reduce legal liability and reduce harm emotionally, psychologically, physically and socially specific to this subject.

    This program has a bonus 30-minute Q&A!

  • Online Sexual Predation and Exploitation

    Online Sexual Predation and Exploitation: What Is the Threat, and What Can Caregivers Do to Help Minimize the Risks

    This presentation is for parents and caregivers covering information specific to understanding what online predation is, what is looks like, and what you can do to help reduce the risks for kid.

    This program has a bonus 30-minute Q&A

In-Person Presentations

 

Student Programs

  • Internet Safety and Digital Literacy for Students Ages 9-11 (grade 4-5)

    Designed to help kids understand the basics when it comes to privacy and security in the connected world. No amount of filtering or monitoring tools are sufficient compared to critical thinking skills and understanding of behaviours and consequences. Unless there is 100% parental supervision every time a child is online, this presentation is necessary to help teach the power and openness of the internet and sometimes those whom we speak to online may not have our best interests in mind.

  • Internet Safety and Digital Literacy Grades 6 - 7 (Intermediate School)

    Pre-teens are constantly faced with a rapidly developing world, offline and online. This presentation addresses the common behaviours, concerns, and questions for grade 6 - 7 students. At this level, we begin highlighting the idea of reputation in how your digital identity will follow throughout a lifetime. This program takes a holistic approach with addressing the technical, behavioural, cultural, and legal aspects that make up safety and digital literacy. A large component in this presentation emphasizes cyberbullying and how to deal with it, including the legal consequences of engaging in this behaviour.

  • Internet Safety and Digital Literacy Grades 6 - 8 (Middle School)

    Education is the first step in keeping students safer in this technology-driven world. Technology is only a tool; we can determine its function and value because it's a conscious choice to do so. However, research has shown that without good digital literacy education, it becomes more challenging for students to make the right online choices. This presentation is designed to provide middle school students with proactive, reflective, online critical thinking and decision making strategies, that youth can immediately put to good use. This presentation provides knowledge, information, and empowerment based on peer-reviewed research and case studies that tweens and teens need to know. The goal of our program is to educate students on how to be safer and more digitally literate, savvy, and resilient while participating in the online world.

  • Internet Safety and Digital Literacy Grades 8-12 (High School)

    This proactive, multiple award-winning internet safety and digital literacy presentation will provide high school students with the needed information that will help to keep them safer, increase their privacy, and protect their online digital footprint. This presentation covers 10 foundational categories specific to the topic of online safety and digital literacy, which is compliant with BC’s Digital Literacy Framework for schools, which includes:

    • Online safety, security, and privacy

    • Digital ethics, empathy, and judgement

    • Emotional, psychological, physical, and social online health 

    • Digital etiquette, online community engagement, and digital relationships

    • Digital reputation management

    • Online challenges surrounding aggression, cyberbullying, and sexting

    • Laws, rights, and responsibilities specific to online content

Parents & Caregivers

 
  • Internet Safety and Digital Literacy for Parents

    We believe that parents are the keystones when it comes to educating young online users about the safe, appropriate and responsible use of digital technology. Yes, we parents are critical in helping our children to make good online decisions both inside and outside of the home. Unfortunately, many parents feel overwhelmed and under-informed on how to best talk, mentor and participate with their kids in this ever-evolving digital world. This presentation will provide parents with a practical digital toolbox that contains the most current evidence-based research, information and online trends they need to know, to help their child proactively understand the enabling power of digital technology. We will also provide parents with the knowledge and information needed to teach their kids how to mitigate the sometimes unintended consequences of high risk/undesirable online behaviour.

 

Educators

  • Internet Safety and Digital Literacy For Educators

    It is not uncommon that students know more about the workings of the internet and social media than most educators do. This presentation is designed to educate even the most computer illiterate teacher, counsellor, or school administrator. Our presentation will provide the knowledge, information and empowerment based upon peer-reviewed research, case studies, and relevant real-world examples that educators and counsellors need to know, specific to what their students are doing online. The goal of this program: to educate school staff on how to proactively discuss online critical thinking, decision-making skills, and online ethics with their class. We show teachers how to help a student build a positive online reputation. We also spend a significant portion of this presentation, discussing developing Canadian case law and how it relates to an educator’s criminal, civil, and professional or personal liability regarding the use of social media, both in and out of the classroom. This is an excellent program for any Pro-D training day. 

  • Digital Professionalism for Educators

    An educator’s digital activities leave traces—both public and private--that others can find to build individual and organizational profiles—and even sell! Many educators have had little training in developing or managing a professional digital footprint. They may be technically savvy regarding the use of social networking and web 2.0 sites, yet don’t often understand the permanence & persistence of digital data, the ways in which their personal and professional data can be aggregated, & how that data can affect them professionally. The goal of this session is empowering professional educators with the knowledge and skills to establish, grow, & manage their digital footprints, as well as the digital footprints of their schools and school districts.

  • Using Online Tools in Education & Privacy Law (FIPPA)

    Public schools, faculty and staff have particular obligations when they encourage or require students to use online tools in the classroom that require the sharing of  “personal information”, but they don’t often understand that “personal information” means more than names, birth dates, and/or addresses.  Privacy legislation increasingly impacts schools’ and educators’ use of online tools in the classroom, and their need to stay on the right side of the law.  In this presentation, Julia Hengstler will provide important information that will assist educators in identifying effective strategies and resources to use in the classroom for managing privacy, and minimize exposure of personal information in compliance with the BC’s Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA)  

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