PROVIDING SUPPORT AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR TEACHERS
Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2022 at 8pm EST
Session Title: Building a Positive Digital Learning Culture: Privacy, Security and Digital Citizenship
Session Description: Are your students using digital learning tools? Are they connecting to various apps and games? How can we ensure that they're being safe with their private information and know what they can share online? Join Common Sense's one hour interactive workshop where we'll explore free lesson plans, interactives and family engagement resources that address why students' online privacy is important and best practices for managing the risks when using technology. We'll also discuss how digital citizenship builds an overall positive digital learning environment school-wide and how you can recognize your colleagues and students through our free Recognition program.
Presenter(s) Bio: Sue Thotz is the Senior Program Manager for Common Sense Education. In 2011, Sue began working for Common Sense by partnering with educators and parents to help them create a culture where students use technology in a meaningful, thoughtful, and respectful way. Sue has provided educational leadership through keynotes, professional development workshops, conference presentations, and consulting with school districts on the West Coast. Sue holds a master's degree in public health and an undergraduate degree in zoology and chemistry. She lives in a small house with an 18-year old poet, a 16-year old video maker, and a most clever musician. Follow her on Twitter @suethotz.