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July 13, 2017

Breakfast Seminar Streamed Live — 8 September – Walking The Tightrope: Balancing Prevention And Protection – Promoting Resiliency To Achieve A …

One for my Kiwi readers.

Inspiring professional learning at your convenience — streamed straight to you!
Kia ora Michael

We invite you to attend our next live-stream presentation on Friday 8 September:

Walking the tightrope: Balancing prevention and protection – promoting resiliency to achieve a safe environment online

There has never been a greater need for schools to take a proactive approach towards a whole school community promotion of digital citizenship, including online safety and wellbeing, than there is now. As technology relentlessly evolves to improve our connection and disrupt traditional ways of life, it presents not only new opportunities but also emerging and evolving challenges. This in turn requires our schools, parents and young people to understand and develop the skills required to succeed and flourish in these new environments.

Digital citizenship, as a framework to promote safe and responsible use of technology, must undergo its own growth if it is to remain an effective platform from which to build capable learners of tomorrow.

This CORE breakfast seminar will explore:

  • what the technology landscape looks like for young people
  • the online safety paradox
  • the changing nature of digital citizenship and online safety
  • what educators can do to help learners successfully achieve the balance needed to thrive in an evolving online environment
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Key Details

Date: Friday 8 September 2017
Seminar time: 7.30 am – 8.30 am (live stream)
Cost: Live stream only – $80 plus gst
Recorded video only – $80 plus gst
Live stream and recorded video – $120 plus gst
Presenter: Sean Lyons
Venue: Streamed live

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Viewing options

Live stream: Watch the seminar as it happens, with the opportunity to ask the presenter questions via a virtual discussion space. $80 plus gst.

Recorded video: View a recording of the seminar at a time that suits you. We aim to have this available the Monday following the event. $80 plus gst.

Live stream and recorded video: Watch the live seminar, benefit from the discussion space and also receive access to the recorded video for future reference. $120 plus gst.

Want to see how streamed breakfasts work? Watch our short video

Who will this session be of interest to?

Leaders and teachers who are looking to deepen their understandings around digital technology, digital citizenship, and schools’ capability, and the vital role these have on student wellbeing and capacity to learn.

About our presenter

Mana Faaea-SemeatuAs Director of Outreach, Sean is responsible for Netsafe’s products, marketing and communications team. Sean comes from a background in the IT industry and the education sector having spent part of his career as a classroom teacher and school leader. He is incredibly knowledgeable about online challenges and is responsible for Netsafe’s programme to combat child sexual exploitation material.

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