Professional Learning Workshop
Pictures, Posts, Profiles, Pornography & Paedophiles
Monday 30 October, 2017
Dr Kristy Goodwin, one of Australia’s leading digital learning and wellness experts, speakers and authors draws on the latest research to explain the professional and legal obligations of educators and health professionals working with primary school students in the digital age. She arms professionals with the latest information about how to safely and professionally navigate the digital world.
Dr Kristy explores the current risks facing kids (social media, violent and pornographic content exposure) and what professionals can do to manage these risks when working with kids. She also outlines the legal and professional obligations for teachers when it comes to photographing students and using social media. As a former teacher (& mum), Kristy proposes practical and realistic strategies for safe online activity and raises awareness of the current perils and dangers facing young kids and professionals in an online world.
Location- Curl Curl North Public School
Suitable for- Professionals working with children aged 4-16 years- primary and secondary teachers, health professionals (GPs, psychologists, counsellors, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, social workers).
Topics in the seminar will include:
// How much time today's kids and adolescents are spending online and how this is impacting on their health, learning and well-being.
// Current digital dilemmas facing educators & health professionals working with kids- kids' access to pornography, sleep issues associated with screens, social media risks and cyber-safety issues.
// Professional practice and obligations in the online world- is it okay to take photos and videos of children on your personal phone? Is it okay to upload photos/videos to school/organisation social media pages?
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How can I contact the organiser with any questions?Please contact Melissa, Dr Kristy's assistant with any questions via email@example.com
What's the refund policy?There are no refunds for this event, but you can transfer your ticket to this event to a colleague. Please email any name changes to Melissa via firstname.lastname@example.org