Join us for a day exploring ways to inspire positive change online at the Netsafe Online Safety Education Symposium on the 9th of October in Auckland. Featuring a line up of local and international online safety and education experts, young people and educators, the day will explore upcoming trends and challenges in helping young people to navigate online opportunities safely. 

When: Tuesday 9th October 2018
Where: The Maritime Room, Level 2, 175 Quay St, Auckland Central.
Ticket price: $95

 

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Programme:

8am – Registrations open

8.45am – Pōwhiri

9am – Peer-based approaches to fostering positive change online
Tessy Ojo (CEO, The Diana Award)

9.40am – Deterring Teen Bullying: Preventing the Misuse of Technology
Research-informed ways to prevent bullying in all forms.
Dr Justin Patchin (Professor of Criminal Justice, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire)

10.20am – Cybersecurity and the Everyday Citizen: Promoting Responsible Habits from Early Childhood to the University Years
How schools may use currently available resources to help educate children and parents regarding cybersecurity and the role and responsibilities of everyday citizens.
Dr Michael Berson (Professor and Chair, Department of Teaching and Learning at University of South Florida)
Dr Ilene Berson (Professor of Early Childhood, University of South Florida)

11.30am – At the frontline – schools inspiring positive change
A Tale of two schools: from navigating challenges to implementing sustained positive change
Katie Rawles (Saint Patrick’s College Silverstream)
Jo Brown and Anthony Uphof (Waipu Primary School)

12.30pm – Netsafe, Netsafe Schools and the Kit
The landscape for New Zealand young people – what we see, what we know and what we can do to help.
Anjela Webster and Pauline Spence (Education Advisors, Netsafe)

1.30pm – Harold Online
Mobile Classrooms – Inspiring Positive Change online for students across the country.
Jess Limbrick (Life Education Trust)

2pm – A Serving of Porn – the impact of appetite and access
Evelyn Mann (Dramaworkz, PASHANZ)

3pm – Game, Set and Match – young people at the forefront 
Youth-led initiatives for driving positive change 
Blake Steel (Student Ambassador – Student Communication and Safe Practices Trust)
Karla Sanders (Sticks n Stones)
Kerryn Tubbs (Sticks n Stones)

3.45pm – Project ROCKIT
Danielle Weber (Head of Programs at Project ROCKIT)

4pm – Office of the eSafety Commissioner
Cara Webber (Senior Education Advisor at the Australian Office of the eSafety Commissioner)

4.45pm – Closing comments
Dr Michael Berson (Professor and Chair, Department of Teaching and Learning at University of South Florida)
Dr Ilene Berson (Professor of Early Childhood, University of South Florida)

5pm – Nibbles and networking

 

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