Diana Graber is founder of CyberWise.org and CyberCivics.com, two organizations dedicated to fostering digital literacy skills in youth and adults. A long-time media producer with an M.A. in “Media Psychology & Social Change,” Graber developed Cyber Civics, a middle school digital literacy program at Journey School, in Aliso Viejo, CA, shortly after her paper, “Media Literacy Education: A Developmental Approach” was published in the Journal of Media Literacy Education (JMLE). Today she is a regular contributor on digital media topics for The Huffington Post and others, and is also called upon by the media to comment on tech topics. As Adjunct Professor of Media Psychology for the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MSPP), she taught “Media Psychology for the 21st Century.”
What Educators MUST Know About Keeping Students Safe Online (Presenting with Peter Kelley)
Skill Level: Everyone
Instagram, Snapchat, Sexting, Cyberbullying, and more issues that increasingly demand a teacher’s (and administrator’s) time and attention. This fast-paced presentation will provide an overview of these issues and introduce three tactics which educators may employ to keep their students safe online.