Empower your students with a commonsense approach to digital tech and online safety through the NASSP & #ICANEHLP workshop series on May 2, 16, & 23.

ICANHELP provides valuable and relevant information for students, parents, and educators regarding social media. I walked away with so many tips and ideas for how to help our students use social media in a positive way. I also appreciate the information and resources that were provided to share with parents of our school community who are looking for ways to help their child navigate social media. – Mrs. Tina Miller Principal Chaparral High School

How to Build Trust and Safety on School Campus
Monday, May 2, 7:30 p.m. (ET)

For years, schools have pushed back against social media and digital technology in the hands of students on campus. But the world has shifted and digital devices and platforms are an integral part of how students communicate, connect, and collaborate. Students also face tough digital situations like harmful TikTok Challenges, school shooting threats, and fake pages where students can act out anonymously online. Students need to feel supported when it comes to reporting social media and digital technology incidents. This workshop will teach administrators how to respond to and investigate incidents of cyberbullying, harassment, slander, and more so they can support their students with empathy and transparency to build trust.

How to Help Students Win the Digital World
Monday, May 16, 7:30 p.m. (ET)

Students of today are dealing with a very different world from students of 5, 10, and 20 years ago. The pressure to put their best foot forward at school AND on social media is a heavy responsibility. Staying competitive and visible today is about more than performing well in class or in extracurriculars—digital literacy and brand management are now crucial skills for students. Learn how to educate and empower your students to embrace social media and become digital role models without it messing with their mental health, affecting their studies, or damaging your school’s brand.

Creating Digital Boundaries
Monday, May 23, 7:30 p.m. (ET)

Digital boundaries are important for every age. Learn how to create a digital wellness and mental health conversation in the classroom with the assistance of #ICANHELP! This workshop gives teachers and student leaders the training and resources they need to teach others about positive online behavior, the warning signs of social media overuse and fatigue, and how to set healthy limits. We want to empower educators to encourage students to take steps in using digital for good and give them the tools to create their own digital boundaries.

About Kim Karr

Kim Karr is the Co-founder and Executive Director of #ICANHELP. After 13 years of teaching, Kim now empowers students to use digital for good through digital citizenship education and working side by side with student interns and volunteers. #ICANHELP, an effective, outcome-based digital education program, has received recognition from Aaron Judge of the New York Yankees and major tech companies like Google, Twitter + Facebook. #ICANHELP celebrates youth innovation, empowers digital changemakers, and promotes digital safety. Kim has presented the #ICANHELP program to over 470,000 students, trained thousands of educators and administrators on how to teach digital citizenship, and has been instrumental in taking down over one thousand negative social media sites.