Past Webinar | July 22, 2022
By the time students are teenagers, 95% of them already have a smartphone. How are you as an educator encouraging students to be digital leaders?
Digital leadership asks students to put their best foot forward when using technology and social media in order to make their world a better place. Hear from ed-tech author and educator, Jennifer Casa-Todd, on ways to empower students to lead in online spaces, improve their digital identity, and amplify their voices for positive change.
Watch this webinar to learn:
- The importance of equipping students with the tools to shine online
- Best practices to foster strong digital leadership skills in your students
- Actionable tips to cultivate digital student leaders that will achieve health, happiness, and future success – online and offline
Former literacy consultant and current teacher-librarian, Jennifer Casa-Todd is an award-winning thought leader in the EdTech industry. As an author of many books, Jennifer has studied, taught, and spoken about digital citizenship to audiences around the country. She is a Google Certified teacher and Innovator, an Ontario Google Educator group leader, an executive member of the International Society Technology and Education (ISTE) Librarian PLN, a Raspberry Pi Certified Educator and the co-founder of the Global Education Student Chat and the 2020 recipient for the ISTE Digital Citizenship PLN Award. She has a strong passion for showing educators and parents the ways that social media can be used to make the world a better, more positive place. Her work has been shared in various publications and podcasts to empower students with social media competencies to make high-character decisions online.