Thank you to the dozens of teachers, principals and educators that joined our 25+ online safety experts for this Online Safety Summit. We discussed ways to keep teens and tweens safe on social media. Enjoy these videos and consider requesting us to host a social media safety assembly at your school.
Here are some of the videos from the Online Safety Summit 2014:
Identity Theft, Fraud, Cyber Security & How to Set Strong Online Passwords
The video above features Stephanie Vinge Walsh (Corporate Communications at Spring), Reza Zaheri (Cyber Forensics & Investigations at DIRECTV), Satnam Narang (Security Response Manager at Symantec) and Gibby McCaleb (Cyber Intelligence & Defense Center at SONY NEI).
How to Keep Kids From Spending Too Much ‘Screen Time’ on Mobile, Social & TV
The video above features Jessica Hupf (Bully Awareness Presenter & Family Therapist), Deborah Reisdorph (Executive Director of BARE), Bobbi Hamilton (CEO of Phresh), Dimitria Cook (Author of ‘Parents Playbook’) and Megan Lisa Jones (Founder of Laernn.com).
Tips to Combat Cyber Bullying & Peer Pressure
The video above features Jennifer Puckett (Child Safety Liaison Officer at eModeration), Susan Finley (Counselor & Professor at SMC), Tshaka Armstrong (Digital Literacy Expert, Fox 11) and Melissa Sherman (Executive Director at Beyond Bullies).
Managing & Monitoring your Kids Online Reputation & Promoting Online Privacy
The video above features Hayley Kaplan (Cyber Privacy & Safety Blogger), Dani Jacoby (Bullying, Self Esteem, & Positive Image Speaker), Katie Hurley (Founder of Practical Parenting) and Tracy Gallagher (TV Host & Advisory Council at Common Sense Media).
10 Hottest Social Media Apps for Teens & Tweens
In the above video Josh Ochs walks parents and teachers through the top 10 apps kids are using these days. He shows them which ones can be used for good and which ones may be trouble for kids to use online.
Ten Positive Ways to Post on Social Media to Impress Colleges & Employers
In this video Josh Ochs teaches educators, teachers and parents tips that they can share with their teens and tweens to be safe online.
Josh teaches kids of all ages that everything they post on social media will eventually be discovered by their parents, teachers, their school Principal and someday their future employers. He shows families and teenagers practical examples they can use to always keep it “Light, Bright and Polite” on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, text messages and in everyday conversations with their peers.