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The 4th grade online experience is very different than a freshman in high school, which is why we have unique trainings designed for specific age levels.
We believe in teaching to the needs of the students. We teach in three primary groups. Grades K-2, Grades 3-6, and secondary schools.
Each school year we have a completely new training. We believe in adapting to the current online trends. New content, different stories, real application.
Why it's important
Historically Net Positive has focused primarily on Digital Safety. Yes, we continue to teach safety related topics but now we have incorporated more education related to Digital Wellness.
What is Digital Wellness?
We believe Digital Wellness to mean using technology to help you thrive as an individual. Especially emotionally and mentally.
We don't Scare Kids off the Internet
We empower students to utilize technology
Our devices are here to stay. Our approach is to educate students about the good of technology. Teaching about healthy digital habits and making adjustments when needed.
25 Minute Presentation
At this age level we use animated characters to bring life to our presentations. We have unique scenarios where the students act as if they were in that situation. We emphasize 5 key rules.
Tell a trusted adult if anything on your device makes you feel sad, scared or confused.
Ask a trusted adult before sharing private information. Like address and passwords.
Never meet face-to-face with any person who started talking to you online.
Have balance between online activities and offline activities.
Treat others online with respect and kindness.
35 Minute Presentation
It is clear that upper elementary students are beyond curious about technology. Net Positive understands how important this age group is to support healthy digital behavior. Although topics may adjust slightly year to year. We address topics such as...
Healthy Balance with Technology
Online Strangers - Red Flags
Video Gaming Dangers
40-45 Minute Presentation
New phone? This time of online development
usually comes with more independent decisions. Social pressures play a significant role on the health and wellness of teenagers. Devices can sometimes help or complicate that experience.
Healthy Media Balance
WE ARE MORE
THAN A ONE
Our research suggests that our assembly trainings impact the behavioral decisions of youth. That being said many students still face online challenges, so we are doing more to keep the education ongoing. The longterm impact we have on students is critical to our goals, which is why we created a digital safety curriculum. We provide school staff and parents the resources to continue to successfully educate students on Digital Citizenship.
147 STAFF PARTICIPATED IN A POST ASSEMBLY SURVEY
86% OF STAFF WOULD LIKE THEIR SCHOOL. TO CONTINUE TO USE NET POSITIVE SERVICES IN FUTURE YEARS
96% AGREED OR STRONGLY AGREED THAT THE TRAINING ADDRESSED IMPORTANT TOPICS THAT THEY BELIEVE THE STUDENTS EXPERIENCE ONLINE
95% SAID YES WHEN ASKED IF THEY WOULD RECOMMEND NET POSITIVE SERVICES TO NEIGHBORING SCHOOLS
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