Keeping Tech Positive & Healthy
Be Safe, Think First, and Do the Right Thing
Students Grade 6-12
Dave talks to middle and high school students candidly about cyber bullying and harassment, sexting, the dangers of pornography, why they should be cautious about what information they share online through sites like Instagram, SnapChat and Twitter, and the permanency of their digital record. He clearly sets up the case for why students need to control and monitor their actions with technology to guard their image and future as well as create a positive presence of themselves online. The presentation is very engaging and highly visual with a lot of images and multimedia. Dave polls the audience throughout the presentation by having students send answers to questions via text messages with the results displayed instantly.
Top Tips for Tech Healthy Kids
Parents, educators & community
Tablets, Smartphones, Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter, Clash of Clans, Minecraft... Technology is a big part of our kids’ world! Keeping up can be challenging, but a positive and well informed approach can have a big impact on a child’s future and habits. Learn how to help kids develop a balanced and healthy use of technology. Get tips and ideas for maintaining open dialog about technology and understand the significant role you play in helping youth be responsible and safe in today’s high-tech world. The presentation is very engaging and highly visual with a lot of images and multimedia. Numerous ideas and free resources will be shared and time for Q & A provided.
Students Grade 6-12 with Parents
Multiple options are possible. Want a blended presentation for students with their parents, with both the student content and parenting tips? No problem. Whether you have a youth group or parent education workshop, numerous formats are possible and content can be tailored and adjusted to the needs of your event. Combo presentations for both students and parents can allow time for conversation, include the interactive polling option via texting, a Q & A session, and the ideas and free resources.