Netsafe LIVE: Gore
Tuesday, September 18th – Gore High School – netsafe.org.nz/netsafe-live
Netsafe LIVE is a free event hosted in Gore about keeping young people safe online. There are sessions for school leaders, educators and parents.
Netsafe's Education Advisors Anjie Webster and Pauline Spence will be talking about the risks, challenges and opportunities of digital tech, and the practical ways we can all help young people develop the skills, knowledge and values needed to keep safe online.
12:30pm - 3:00pm: Senior Leaders/Pastoral and e-Learning Leaders
3:15pm - 5:00pm: Teachers and Learning Partners
6:30pm - 7:30pm: Parents and Whānau
NETSAFE LIVE SESSIONS
Senior Leaders/Pastoral and e-Learning Leaders 12:30pm - 3:00pm. (Light refreshments and networking 12:30pm - 1:00pm)
Learning and leading in a changing landscape – Exploring strategic approaches to effectively embed digital citizenship and online safety into the culture of the school.
This session supports leaders to review their school’s current position, prioritise key areas for development and identify next steps. We will explore what a Netsafe School is and how the Safeguard tools can support short term, mid and long term approaches. The session also looks at the Harmful Digital Communications Act and its implications for schools, responding to online incidents, online safety and wellbeing for staff, and engaging students and community.
Teachers and Learning Partners 3:30pm - 5:00pm – (Light refreshments and network 3.15- 3.30pm)
Keeping it simple at the coalface – Developing online safety, digital citizenship and wellbeing in the learning environment and culture of the school.
This session is for all staff and provides pragmatic ways to think about and plan for digital citizenship and online safety across the curriculum. We discuss some of the challenges young people are facing online and consider what’s needed for young people to thrive. The session will look at pragmatic ways for educators to address online safety and digital citizenship using familiar frameworks, and covers ways to gather student voice, and how to run your own staff workshops.
Parents and Whānau 6:30pm – 7:30pm
Powerful partnerships – Working together to support young people as they navigate the online world.
This session includes key messages for Parents and Whānau around online safety and digital citizenship. We discuss some of the current challenges young people face online and how families can support and prepare young people to safely navigate online environments and manage online challenges with confidence and capability.
MORE INFO & REGISTRATIONS
For more information about the sessions and to register visit netsafe.org.nz/netsafe-live
If you have questions about the event, please get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org