Presented by Dr. Karen Rezach, Director of The Ethics Institute, Kent Place School (NJ); and a Special Guest Panel of K-12 Students
Presented by Dr. Andrew Cullison, Director, The Prindle Institute for Ethics, DePauw University; Kristina Kirtley, Senior Producer, Kids’ Media and Education, The WNET Group; Dr. Evelyn Hanna, STEM Innovation Chair, Computer Science and Engineering Chair, Mathematics Chair, Kent Place School (NJ); and Ashley Ganesh, Student at Brown University and Former Chair of the WNET Youth Collective Advisory Board
In this edLeader Panel, we’ll explore how school administrators can help change the way ethics-based decisions are made within their school districts.
Learn how district and campus leaders can develop a standard of care and a culture of transparency and accountability for ethical behavior with take back resources and strategies you can use in your school or district.
This edWebinar will discuss the value of setting clear policies, guidelines, and training to help educators avoid social media traps.
In this edWebinar, Julie Thannum, APR and Assistant Superintendent for Board and Community Relations at Carroll ISD in Southlake Texas, will cover practical tips for implementing a strategic, two-way communications program to not only inform, but actively engage your stakeholders in topics important to their public schools.
What are the moral and ethical “disconnects” or “blind spots” youth have about online privacy, property, and participation? In what ways are they engaging with ethical sensitivity in digital spaces? Drawing on extensive interviews with young people between 10-25, presenter Carrie James explored youths’ attitudes about online life and the messages they hear from adults.