Digital intelligence, responsibility and resilience in young people By: SRE Teacher Training Project – Curtin University

This FREE presentation is suitable for educators; youth and social workers; counsellors and psychologists; and people working in youth-focused organisations.

In this rapidly evolving digital landscape, having a comprehensive understanding of a young person’s use of technology, and its impact on both online and offline behaviour, is essential in being able to provide effective and responsive care.

The session covers:

  • Key cybersafety issues including: cyberbullying, unwanted contact, digital reputation, sexting, accessing sexually explicit and inappropriate material (and its influence on relationships and sexual identity), excessive gaming/social media
  • The cultural context of social media and technology use by young people
  • The power of the Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner to remove serious cyberbullying material
  • Practical strategies to safeguard and minimise risk with online interactions for those working with young people and advice to support safe and enjoyable online experiences

This event will be facilitated by the Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner ( Attendees must register via the link below. You will then receive an email with access details.

Please note that we are unable to provide a recording of this presentation or the presentation slides.

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