In this session, students will better understand what digital media means, the power it holds and how to be responsible when using it. We discuss ramifications of irresponsible use and the benefits of thinking before sharing.
During this session, administrators will learn how to prepare for a media crisis before it hits, during the incident and what steps you need to take after.
This session will educate students on the benefits of good and the consequences of bad time management and strategies to help them manage their time well.
This session will cover the importance of providing consistent, accurate information to your stakeholders. We discuss the various ways we communicate, the benefits of strong communication, common communication barriers we must overcome and how to handle negative, potentially volatile situations.
During this session, students will better understand what bullying is in its various forms, the repercussions of bullying, what to do if they are witnesses to bullying and how to prevent it.
In this session, students will learn how to overcome the fear of public speaking along with strategies to present in a way that is engaging and informative. We will also provide a guided activity during the class.
During this session, we will break down various digital resources schools can use to increase engagement with their parents and community members. These resources include social media outlets, digital newsletters, blogs and parent communication apps.
During this session, students will learn techniques to overcome their fear of interviewing and strategies to use before, during and after an interview. The session will include a guided interview activity.
This session educates students on what being a responsible digital citizen means. It includes information on protecting your identity, being safe online and reporting inappropriate content and/or bullying.