Join Our Virtual Roundtable! Today’s Digital Learners: Keeping Kids Safe
October 16 at 10:00 AM MT
Today’s Digital Learners: Keeping Kids Safe
Aces are good in cards, but not for students. The presence of ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) in students is known to harm children’s developing brains, which can negatively affect how they respond to stress and lead to long-term physical and mental health issues.
As a result of this pandemic, situational trauma is impacting today’s learners and exacerbating the effects associated with ACEs more than ever. Join us on October 16 at 10:00 AM MT for an interactive discussion with Paul Zimmerman, Technology Innovation Specialist at Blaine County School District, to learn how this district is keeping students safe during this time of unprecedented instructional styles and bouts of prolonged isolation. We will discuss best practices with student safety and remote learning security with school-issued devices.
We would love your participation as we walk through the considerations for changing the face of schools in the coming year.
Machine learning technology flags potentially harmful content and images in students’ school-issued email and online file storage accounts.
(G Suite, Office 365, and Canvas)
An in-house team of trained safety professionals work 24/7/365 to evaluate flagged content for false positives, categorize incidents, and determine their severity.
Gaggle intercepts harmful content and alerts administrators based on severity. In imminent situations, district-appointed contacts are notified immediately, even after standard business hours.