The first in a series of regional symposia focusing on the impact of Social Media in Schools was held in Atlantic City, NJ in February and was a great success!
Click to view a preview of some of the featured speakers for these events.
This strategy-packed two-day event featured recognized experts including Charles P.E. Leitch, Esq. (Legal), Dr. Dorothy Espelage (Psychological), Dr. Sameer Hinduja (Cyber Research) and Richard Guerry (Prevention Strategies). It also provided recommended approaches, strategies and activities designed to help attendees understand of the ever-changing social media and cyberbullying world and best practices for prevention and intervention. Here’s what attendees had to say about this event:
“All sessions have enhanced my knowledge base.”
“Amazing information and very interesting”
“Thank you. I liked all four presenters and I learned a lot over the past two days.”
“I really enjoyed and got a lot out of the conference in NJ this week. I am going to take as much of this information as I can to our district.”
“I attended the 2 day symposium yesterday. It was AWESOME! I really learned a lot. Great presentations.”
“I wanted to thank you for the wonderful and extremely informative Social Media in the School Conference in Atlantic City.”
“I really enjoyed attending the two-day workshop this week in Atlantic City.”
“Thank you for such a wonderful conference. I walked away ready to share this information with my school and my community, passionate about establishing a new digital consciousness in both !”
If you missed the Northeast Symposium, we have added the following dates the the symposia schedule:
Las Vegas, NV March 18-19, 2013
Las Vegas Hotel & Casino
St. Louis, MO
May 6-7, 2013
Crowne Plaza Clayton
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