2.3 billion people in the world are on social media.
We are pretty sure it is here to stay.
We don’t want kids to be afraid of social media.
We don’t want parents to be afraid to talk to them about social media.
We don’t want schools devoting all their energy to dealing with incidents on social media.
We want to help kids be safe, smart and kind online.
We want to help parents have better conversations about this with their kids.
We want to help schools teach these crucial life skills so that kids can thrive in the 21st century.
This is How We Do It
We Deliver A Message
We teach kids to be safe, smart and kind online. At the end of the presentations and in-class videos, students feel empowered and optimistic about their life online.
We Make It Easier On Parents
When it comes to social media, most parents feel like they’re out of the loop. Through our VIRTUAL parent nights, we teach them how to communicate with their kids about life online in a way that creates common ground and builds trust…all from the comfort of their home.
We Go Deep
The presentation is just the beginning. The in-class curriculum extends the message for months to follow.
We Decrease The Drama
Cyberbullying has a major impact on students’ mental health and academic success. It also requires a lot of energy from teachers, administration, and parents. We can help.
We Give You The Words
We don’t expect anyone to learn everything about social media. We just want adults to feel equipped to talk about it with kids. We give you terms, slogans, and conversation starters that make this simple for everyone.
We Have Something For Everyone
In most school communities, parents, teachers and kids are not on the same page about social media. We are changing that.
We Have Awesome Facilitators
Students love how our facilitators speak their language. Kids think they are fun, engaging and cool. We take pride in meeting students where they’re at and deliver this important message in a way that students can relate.
We Make It Easy For Teachers
Teachers can press play on our curriculum videos, and we will do the rest. Students follow along with the activities and can complete our entire Media Literacy Unit. You will love the classroom discussions that follow.