Promoting Digital Citizenship and Online Wellness in your Middle School

Presenters: Kim Karr and Malorie Bournazian
Thursday, February 18, 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm EST

In today’s connected world there is an ever growing importance to educate, empower and celebrate students online. We know with so many students connected and engaged online can come at a cost with student drama and discipline. However, we know the good outweighs the bad and that the apps we use are only as good as the people who use them. This webinar will aim to help you teach digital citizenship and wellness skills to you and your school community families to become digital leaders. Learn how to integrate conversations or teachable moments in your school or home so you can model and guide appropriate online behavior. The webinar experts host Digital4Good, which celebrates students who are using digital technology to make a positive impact in their communities.

PAMLE This webinar is being offered in partnership with the Pennsylvania Association for Middle Level Education to provide participants with Act 48 continuing professional education credit. You will receive an email after the webinar with details on how to obtain your credit.

Kim Karr
After 13 years of teaching, Kim now gives students a voice by speaking full time and working side by side with the student interns and volunteers. In fact she is a co-founder of the non-profit called #ICANHELP. Kim shows students and adults to use technology and social media for good. #ICANHELP, an effective, outcome-based program, has received recognition from Aaron Judge of the New York Yankees and major tech companies like Google, Twitter + Facebook. #ICANHELP celebrates youth innovation, empowers digital changemakers and promotes digital safety. Kim has presented the #ICANHELP program to over 450,000 students, and has been instrumental in taking down a thousand negative social media sites.
Malorie Bournazian
Malorie was a 2018 Digital4Good Winner, part of the 2019 student internship program, and is now #ICANHELP’s Lead Intern! She is a junior at University of Nevada, Las Vegas and is working towards a degree in Journalism and Media Studies. Mal believes in the power of social media and wants to help inspire students to find their purpose through their passions! She is #ICANHELP’s biggest cheerleader and we are so lucky to have her on our team! She constantly works to foster the #ICANHELP family and challenges us to dream big!