Digital Threats more than a Virtual Reality
This panel will discuss the use of digital devices in employee misconduct, cyberbullying, school violence and other cyber-related matters. Email and texting play an important part in the grooming that leads to sexual misconduct. Issues related to Internet addiction and related mental health disorders will be explored. New assessment tools and researched instruments will be shared. Technology is moving faster than awareness of its impact. This panel discussion facilitates a conversation about the opportunities and risks inherent in our digital age as the year 2017 initiated access for many to new virtual worlds.
At the completion of this session, attendees will be able to:
- Understand the Coolidge effect and its impact on learning and behavior in classrooms.
- Gain an understanding of photo lockers used by students with a description of what took place in a district.
- Learn to use the Model Code of Educator Ethics and its Principal dealing with digital ethics as a tool to share among employees.
- Be able to create different policies to meet these challenges.
- Daniel Shinoff, Esquire, Stutz, Artiano, Shinoff and Holtz
- Glenn S. Lipson, Ph.D., Alliant International University, School of Forensic Studies
Moderator: Robin Fawkes, Director of Risk Management San Mateo County Schools Insurance Group
Interest areas: Healthcare, JPA Board, Pool Manager, General Interest, Human Resources, Loss Control, Property & Liability