Digital Citizenship

What Every Parent Must Know About a Child's On-line World

Let's Make the Digital World Safe for Students

Digital Citizenship

This interactive presentation is designed to inform parents and promote the positive use of technology among students in and out of school. Parents will learn to:

1. Navigate the ever changing world of technology.

2. Acquire concrete methods of talking to their children about how to properly use technology and social media.

3. Develop an understanding of how to appropriately monitor their children's on-line presence.

Brad and Scott will identify the common issues parents experience as their children begin to use cell phones, text and send images. The presentation then goes into the various social media applications used by students and how parents can establish guidelines for their children's use. A question and answer period concludes the presentation.

Take the Stress Out of Your Child's Access to Technology

Contact Scott or Brad to get more information or book them for your next parent or faculty meeting.

Scott Rocco

Scott is a Superintendent in New Jersey, adjunct professor, presenter and keynote speaker. He started his career as a middle school and high school teacher. Then became a middle school vice principal, elementary principal, and assistant superintendent. Scott has presented a numerous conferences on the use of technology in education. He believes technology has great value but we must be clear of the expectations for use and establish student appreciation for the Internet.

Brad Currie

Brad is a Middle School Vice Principal and Supervisor of Instruction in NJ. He is passionate about Personal Learning Networks (PLNs), Educational Technology and Social Media in the school setting. Brad began his career as a Middle School Social Studies and Computer Education Teacher. He then transitioned to the field of administration in 2009 as a Middle Vice Principal/Athletic Director. Brad has presented at various conferences including EdCamp Leadership, Edscape, EdCamp NJ, Educon 2.5, and NASSP Ignite '13.