While digital technology can enhance and simplify our lives, it also has the potential to create harm for young people and challenges for schools. Online bullying and social media use after hours can affect students’ behaviour in the classroom and limit their ability to learn.
In this workshop, you’ll find out how tamariki are engaging online and the impact on their physical, emotional and mental wellbeing. You’ll learn how to give students the confidence and skills to manage themselves safely online and what to do when things go wrong.
Hosted by experienced facilitator Cat Levine with input from Digital Wellbeing experts Anjie Webster (Generation Online) and Neysa Koizumi (Digital Waitaha). This workshop is designed for groups exploring digital safety/citizenship/policies at their school or Kāhui Ako.
To enquire about a workshop for your group email [email protected]
About Generation Online
Anjela Webster (M.Ed Hons; B.Ed; Dip.Positive Psychology and Wellbeing) is the founder of Generation Online and a leading voice in Aotearoa around the complexities and challenges in the online space and digital wellbeing.
Generation Online create resources to develop knowledge, skills, values and attitudes that support positive and safe engagement online, supporting organisations, groups, kura, and whānau.
About Digital Waitaha
Digital Waitaha Charitable Trust work to empower safe, ethical and responsible digital device users who successfully manage their digital wellbeing and safety. They focus on championing safe device use, fostering individual agency, and increasing digital equity. Digital Waitaha provide programmes, resources and guides to help the community maximise the benefits of the digital world and avoid its negatives.