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PreC12-H
H
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Leadership Forum: Developing Digital Responsibility in Our Children
Carol Todd, Educator & Advocate, School District #43, Coquitlam, British Co
* 
Level: Beginner
Grades: Admins
Cost: $35
Join CMTC18 SpotLight speaker, parent, and educator, Carol Todd, for an engaging dialog around what digital responsibility looks like in our youth. Carol is the founder of Amanda Todd Legacy - http://www.amandatoddlegacy.org - dedicated to Carol's daughter Amanda who took her own life at age 15 the victim of cyberbullying and sextortion. This leadership forum is a time for school and district administrators to listen, learn, engage, share, and question. This critically important topic of digital responsibility brings increased awareness and conversations within schools and communities about the combination of bullying and technology use. The goal is to encourage leaders to shift their thinking about bullying type behaviours to those of KINDNESS and RESPECT. Light refreshments are served.
Equipment needed: There is no specific equipment requirement.
Software needed: No software required.
PreC23-SA
SA
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Parent Forum: Developing Digital Responsibility in Our Children
Carol Todd, Educator & Advocate, School District #43, Coquitlam, British Co
* 
Level: Beginner
Grades: All
Cost: FREE
Join parent and educator, Carol Todd, in Salon A for an intimate and engaging discussion around what digital responsibility looks like in our youth. Carol is the founder of Amanda Todd Legacy - http://www.amandatoddlegacy.org - dedicated to Carol's daughter Amanda who took her own life at age 15 the victim of cyberbullying and sextortion. This parent forum is an evening for students and parents to listen, learn, and engage. This critically important topic of digital responsibility brings increased awareness and conversations within families and communities about the combination of bullying and technology use. The goal is to encourage others to shift their thinking about bullying type behaviours to those of KINDNESS and RESPECT. Light refreshments are served and this session is open to the public for FREE. Pre registration will be required on the conference website in the fall so we can plan refreshments for those attending.
T2-01
Pemigewasset (A)
12:00 pm - 12:50 pm
Online Safety, Cyberbullying, Kindness, & Respect
Carol Todd, Educator & Advocate, School District #43, Coquitlam, British Co
* 
Level: Beginner
Grades: All

Repeated: W3-13
Join parent and educator, Carol Todd, for an intimate and engaging discussion on how the behaviours of others effects not only our students but the caring adults. Carol has lived the nightmare of losing a child who was bullied and sextorted online to suicide. There is a much-needed conversation about the importance of what our young people need to know regarding online safety and how to protect their digital privacy and reputation. Likewise there is much educators need to become aware of in order to better inform our students about the importance of being a good digital citizen. Carol shares stories and strategies that will help to ensure students listen to the critically important messages of online safety, KINDNESS, and RESPECT.
W3-13
Webster
1:40 pm - 2:30 pm
Online Safety, Cyberbullying, Kindness, & Respect
Carol Todd, Educator & Advocate, School District #43, Coquitlam, British Co
* 
Level: Beginner
Grades: All

Repeated: T2-01
Join parent and educator, Carol Todd, for an intimate and engaging discussion on how the behaviours of others effects not only our students but the caring adults. Carol has lived the nightmare of losing a child who was bullied and sextorted online to suicide. There is a much-needed conversation about the importance of what our young people need to know regarding online safety and how to protect their digital privacy and reputation. Likewise there is much educators need to become aware of in order to better inform our students about the importance of being a good digital citizen. Carol shares stories and strategies that will help to ensure students listen to the critically important messages of online safety, KINDNESS, and RESPECT.