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Participants speak out at ERASE Training Sessions

Meet lead trainer Theresa Campbell and others as they discuss recent ERASE Bullying Training Sessions held throughout British Columbia. How to best deal with bullying – and reduce its impact – on children and young people was the focus of an ERASE Bullying Summit hosted by Premier Christy Clark at the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue in Vancouver. Participants included a broad range of people, from students, parents and educators, to police, community representatives and experts on bullying and student safety.

Learn more: Culture Change Needed to Erase Bullying

Visit the website: ERASE Bullying

See the reporting tool: Report Bullying BC

Theresa Campbell at ERASE Bullying Summit

Meet Theresa Campbell who attended the ERASE Bullying Summit. How to best deal with bullying – and reduce its impact – on children and young people was the focus of the Summit hosted by Premier Christy Clark at the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue in Vancouver, British Columbia. Participants included a broad range of people, from students, parents and educators, to police, community representatives and experts on bullying and student safety.

Learn more: Culture Change Needed to Erase Bullying

Visit the website: ERASE Bullying

See the reporting tool: Report Bullying BC

How To Avoid Being Zoom-Bombed

You have probably encountered a Photobomber in your past, right? In today’s virtual world, we’ve seen the evolution of the “Zoombomber,” someone who shows up, uninvited, to a Zoom meeting seeking to disrupt and potentially begin sharing unwelcome content. The New York Institute of Technology gives us a few tips on how to secure our online learning environments:

Click here to view/download How to Avoid Being Zoombombed

Digital Connections with Students During COVID-19

During this pandemic and as we practice physical distancing, it’s more important now than ever that we ensure strong connections with our students. Relationships between adults and students are the most important factor in promoting safe, healthy, and caring school communities. Schools and school districts should continuously be developing innovative strategies to make every student feel valued, respected, safe, wanted and connected during this unprecedented time. For some of our students:

School connectedness is the most important protective factor in a young person’s life.

Click here to view/download the Digital Connections with Students During COVID-19 information package

Raising Digitally Responsible Youth: A Parent’s Guide

Technology changes every single day making it nearly impossible to keep up with it all. This Parent’s Guide to Raising Digitally Responsible Youth gives you what you need to know in 2020 to stay in the loop about the most popular applications (apps) and trends. This information will equip you to better understand your child or teen and help you relate to the digital world that they are living in.

Raising Digitally Responsible Youth: A Parent’s Guide is brought to you by Safer Schools Together and the BC Ministry of Education.

Click here to view/download the Raising Digitally Responsible Youth Guide

Safer Schools Together has created a Parent Resources page which we will continue to update.

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