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IMG_0721Social Media and social apps dominate student life. In a post-pandemic world, they are relied upon even more to build relationships, establish connections and stay in the loop.

Much of my work for the 2022-2023 school year will be a mix of in-person and virtual presentations and workshops. And with the familiarity of Zoom, Google Meet and MS Teams, these platforms offer the ability for quick check-ins and sessions that deal with relevant, time-sensitive student, educator and parent information.

THE PRESENTATIONS; HOW THEY WORK…

  • ONLINE: The presentation/workshop is vibrant, inquiry-based and interactive and is run via Zoom, Google Meet or MS Teams. Every student is engaged and has a voice in the session. The following points encompass both online and in-person presentations . . .
  • Functional digital literacy and critical mindfulness skills are the catalyst for students to understand the inherent benefits of intentional screen-time and social media. How-to, step-by-step, examples with which to build and sustain purpose and intention, online, is the cornerstone of the “Digital Mindfulness and Well-Being” series of presentations.
  • We illustrate how your students’ online presence is evaluated by elements of their future – and how they can cultivate a personal value-set that they own, are proud of, and that serves as a benchmark to their online content. Students begin using their devices and social media mindfully and with purpose. Screen-time is considered with more intention, which can reduce stress, anxiety and other social issues.
  • For younger students (grades 4-6), many of them are already connected and experiencing some level of pressure and anxiety to compete socially and be constantly in the loop. This session engages them as we share relevant safety strategies. And through storytelling, how social media will inform their attention and values – and shape their relationships and reputations.

If this personalized online learning experience looks like it will support your students and educators, let’s talk: chris@cmvsocialmedia.com.

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