Want to be a Super Cybercitizen and teach your students to be the same? Come check out Kimberly Franklin’s session at Fall CUE. She can help us all end cyberbullying!
Kimberly Franklin is a children’s STEM book author and educator. Her career includes curriculum development for Disney Institute, Walden University, and NASA. Most recently, she was a featured presenter at STEMCon and the OC Children’s Book Fair.
What session are you presenting at Fall CUE this year?
Creating Cybercitizens vs. Cyberbullies
What inspired you to put this session together?
I’m on a mission to change the trajectory of cyberbullying statistics. Please join in the movement. #SafeinCyberspace
Why should someone attend?
Come get certified to as a Super Cybercitizen! This workshop is appropriate for elementary and middle school teachers motivated to promote digital citizenship in their classrooms and at their schools. We will explore the statistics together and devise ways to combat against cyberthreats and cyberbullies through print and online resources, lesson plans, and parent involvement. We’ll have some fun through role playing too. Together we can make a difference to end the negative effects of cyberbullying.
What’s your CUE Story?
This is my third CUE, and I’m thrilled to be an attendee and presenter. I recently wrote a STEM book for children, Max and The Mouse Safe in Cyberspace to promote digital citizenship, and I was a featured author and presenter at the Spring CUE and STEMCon 2018.
To read more about this session and the other options for CUE’s incredible two-day conference, check out the schedule. Don’t forget to register for the conference, too! You DO NOT want to miss this year.