Past Webinar | Nov. 18, 2021
Social media can often lead to expulsions, drama, and lawsuits — all while schools play whack-a-mole and worry about the next negative trend among students.
What if, instead of being reactive, your school proactively empowered students to use social media positively? What if you could empower and equip students, rather than scare and restrict them?
More than ever, students are using social media to follow positive role models, land high school internships, raise awareness about issues they care about, and more.
Watch this webinar to learn the positive ways students can use social media. In it, you’ll explore creative ways educators are helping students:
- Represent their core values and character in whatever post, text, or video they share
- Find positive role models and mentors that align with their interests and goals
- Enhance their online presence and privacy settings as they prepare for the college admissions process
Jason Ramsden, Founder & CEO of Impact One Media LLC, is on a mission to help spread positivity and kindness.
After spending 30 years in education, Jason realized he wanted to have a greater impact on this world and the people in it. He believes in making a difference in the lives of others whether he is supporting individuals in their personal growth and development or is providing insights to organizations in better understanding their purpose.
He is a big believer that when people discover their purpose — their WHY — leverage their character strengths and understand their core values they live their best lives personally and professionally.
A sought after speaker and presenter, Ramsden has given over 30 presentations at independent school conferences including the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS), National Business Officers Association (NBOA), Enrollment Management Association (EMA), Association for Technology Leaders in Independent Schools (ATLIS), Mid-South Independent School Business Officers (MISBO), Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS), Association of Delaware Valley Independent Schools (ADVIS), Florida Council of Independent Schools (FCIS), and the North Carolina Association of Independent Schools (NCAIS).