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Keeping Your Students Safe Online: The Toledo Model
Thursday, October 12, 2017 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
Presented by Shannon Bischoff and Amy Graver, Technology Facilitators, Toledo Public Schools; with Jeff Meyer, Director of Education, Learning.com
Sponsored by Learning.com
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The internet is the digital community where your students live 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Knowing how to stay safe online, be aware of and prevent cyberbullying, and determine what information is credible are all important skills that today’s students need to have. But, where do you start?
In this edWebinar, learn how Toledo Public Schools implemented an online safety program to ensure their students were prepared to stay safe online. You’ll also hear their insights and best practices on how to implement a similar program at your school or district. During this session, Technology Facilitators at Toledo Public Schools Shannon Bischoff and Amy Graver share how they:
- Determined what elements were needed for online safety instruction and chose a standards-aligned curriculum
- Overcame challenges in implementing a new program
- Measured the program’s success and made improvements along the way
This recorded session is ideal for elementary and middle school educators, administrators, and library media specialists whether your school already has an online safety program or you are just getting started.
About the Presenters
Shannon Bischoff is a technology facilitator for Toledo Public Schools. Shannon has 20 years of experience in the field of education as a classroom teacher, data coordinator, educational technology instructor, and technology facilitator. Shannon holds a Master of Education in elementary education.
Amy Graver is a technology facilitator for Toledo Public Schools. Amy has 17 years of experience in the field of education as a special education teacher, data coordinator, educational technology instructor, and technology facilitator. Amy has Bachelor of Science in education of handicapped K-12.
Jeff Meyer is the director of education for Learning.com and resident product expert for its digital literacy solutions who works to identify best practices for internal and external audiences. Jeff has 34 years of experience working in education as a public school teacher and coach, district curriculum and technology director and administrator. He is passionate about the need to transform education using data-based, inquiry-driven approaches and digital resources, especially with urban students and educators. Prior to his eleven years of service with Learning.com, Jeff worked in the Austin and Eanes school districts, Education Service Center, and University of Texas at Austin, Texas.
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Learning.com helps students, teachers, and schools excel in a digital world. We provide solutions to support educators as they build students’ digital literacy skills and transition to digital content. We work with 1 in 6 districts across the US and serve 5.6 million students across more than 20 countries.