Oct. 14, 2021 | Past
Most social media trends are fun, creative ways for students to connect and socialize with their friends. However, every once in a while, a destructive trend goes viral — from “Devious Licks” encouraging school vandalism to the Whale Challenge promoting self-harm.
These trends will never go away, which leaves school leaders asking how to proactively help students make positive, high-character choices both online and offline — no matter which trend pops up next.
Watch this on-demand webinar to hear from experts from The Social Institute about how to:
- Have open, ongoing communication with students about social media and technology
- Encourage students to play to their core when making decisions online and offline based on their character and values
- Experience an engaging lesson related to “Devious Licks,” co-created with students across the country