Today, two popular trends students are picking up on are ‘mewing’ and ‘stay-at-home girlfriends.’ Understanding current trends helps educators to support students in navigating online pressures. It empowers educators to engage students in meaningful conversations about trends that help students decide which trends to follow. Let’s learn more about these two popular trends, ‘mewing'” and the “SAHGF,” and what they can teach us.
Empowering Students to #SwipeOutHate: Navigating social media positively through TikTok’s partnership with Six Nations Rugby
Recently, TikTok grabbed international attention by joining forces with the world-famous Six Nations Rugby Tournament to promote a safe, cyberbacked environment. Keep reading to discover how educators can promote positivity and use worldwide events, like the Six Nations Rugby Tournament, to equip their students with life-long skills.
Body Positivity with Dove: Empowering students to handle the pressure at the intersection of sports and body image
Dove’s recent Super Bowl commercial is an example of this, shedding light on body image in sports and its potential impact on students. Because self-esteem can impact academic performance, educators play an important role in helping students understand how media and brands can influence how they see themselves. Read on to discover how to empower students to handle the pressure regarding their self-esteem.
Why is it important that students learn to collaborate in the classroom? How does storytelling promote character development and teach important life skills? How can we encourage students to make positive choices through both collaboration and storytelling? We huddled up with educator and writer Kristin Rydholm to find out.
The messaging and display company YouUplift is introducing its “School Kindness eWalls” to Utah schools free of charge for 2024, thanks to the sponsorship of Webinar State University. To foster a new kind of social media that is always positive, the eWall allows anyone involved with any K-12 school — public, private, or other — to submit positive messages about their school community. Keep reading to discover how educators can empower students to spread joy and positivity, online and offline.