Digital citizenship. Personal and Internet safety. Cyberbullying. Keeping up with the latest apps and websites and teaching kids how to stay safe online and in the real world is a daunting task. Unfortunately, the most dangerous environment kids are in is the one right on the computers and phones in their own home, and we must do more to keep children safe.
On Thursday, January 24, 2019, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children will provide a presentation for parents, educators, and any professionals working with children discussing the apps and websites kids are using, how to identify warning signs of kids engaged in risky behaviors online, and how to discuss appropriate online behavior with kids. Topics include cyberbullying, sexting, sharing too much information online, online privacy, and abduction prevention.
Due to the sensitive nature of this presentation, children of any age are not permitted to attend.
If you need complimentary childcare for school-aged children during this event, please email email@example.com.
This presentation is free of charge, and each person attending must register.
Please contact Meghan Zuraw at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.