IMG_0721Secondary students have always been focused on what their lives will look like after high school; post-secondary school, employment, internships and apprenticeships, taking time off to travel or to evaluate their future.

As we emerge from the pandemic into an uncertain social and economic structure, feelings of opportunities lost can amplify stress and anxiety, with Social Media often taking the lead.

Delivered online (Google Meet, Zoom, MS Teams) or in-person at your school, and tapping into the power of student-voice, the Digital Intelligence and Well-Being Student Leadership Series teaches students how to create purposeful content and follow and engage with accounts that inform and support their goals and hopes and dreams.

Through storytelling, real-world experiences and advice from post-secondary decision-makers, this session speaks directly to the real impact that a students’ online content will have on their personal and professional opportunities and reputations.

We encourage students to embrace balance around screen-time and to derive contentment away from the screen without missing out on anything meaningful; friendships and relationships, events and social developments.

Learning takeaways; The session walks students step-by-step through how to build, maintain and enrich their online experience by creating and managing content that reflects their authentic selves. Case studies and relevant, real-life examples are illustrated. The exercises students undertake are sustainable, repeatable and easy to execute. Five important criteria are emphasized: Listen More, Post Less, Stay Relevant, Add Value, Be Respectful.


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