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The iGen World: Preparing Students For Safe and Socially Responsible Media Use
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 Export to Your Calendar 10/20/2017
When: Friday, October 20, 2017
2:30 - 6:00 PM
Where: Churchill School and Center
301 E. 29th Street
New York, New York  10016
United States
Contact: 5184371040

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The School Division of the
New York State Psychological Association Presents:

The iGen World: 
Preparing Students For Safe and 
Socially Responsible Media Use

Churchill School and Center       
301 E. 29th Street, NY, NY 10016
October 20th; 2:30-6:00pm

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Featured Presentations:

      Suzanne Baumann, Ed.M.       

       Education consultant and counselor in Cambridge, MA, reframes contemporary child and adolescent media use as a powerful platform for fostering empathy and social justice. In addition to an overview of current research on technologies and social media trends--and the risk and protective factors therewith--case studies and original teaching will bring to life key strategies for guiding students in the use of technology to better themselves and the world. Professional development and curriculum design tools will be provided.

          Sofia B. Pertuz, Ph.D.

          Higher education and diversity professional, presents current research and examples of online bias-related incidents framed within a paradigm shift and specific set of tools for understanding and managing these interactions. The focus will be on identifying and addressing microaggressions in a manner that promotes student growth and shared understanding. Audience participation welcome.

Wine, cheese, and other refreshments will be served.

Registration fees: 

           School Division NYSPA Members: $15

            NYSPA Members (Other Divisions): $25 (On-site School Division registration available)

            Non-Members: $35; Students: $10