Building a Positive Digital Learning Culture: Privacy, Security and Digital Citizenship
11:00 am - 11:50 am
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.
Join us to learn more about how this outstanding program helps K12 schools and districts build robust and effective privacy programs amidst a culture of trust and transparency.
Jennifer Ehehalt is the Sr. Regional Manager at Common Sense Education. As a former elementary educator, Jennifer has over 20 years of experience in education. Jennifer designs and delivers high-quality professional development opportunities for educators across the country. She spotlights thought leaders by creating and moderating conversations on timely topics relevant to digital teaching and learning. She holds a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and a master’s degree in educational leadership.