Student Presentations


We offer customized student presentations suitable for elementary, middle, and high school students. Our live virtual format makes it easy for students to participate safely and stay engaged via activities, polls and moderated discussion groups. Each presentation is one hour and includes digital downloads and activity guides to follow up on the lessons shared during the session.

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Elementary School

(Grades 3-5)

Children in elementary school are getting their first taste of social media and being part of online communities. The #ICANHELP Elementary School presentation will address basic digital etiquette where students will learn: 

  • The importance of asking for permission before posting pictures of others
  • What should and should not be shared online
  • Basic privacy concepts
  • Questions to ask themselves before posting or commenting
  • Age restrictions and how to find age-appropriate online communities and activities
  • How to stand up for others
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Middle School

(Grades 6-8)

Middle school students have been using social media for several years. However, most have not been taught how to use it properly. The #ICANHELP Middle School presentation will use real-life examples to help middle school students understand: 

  • Their digital footprint
  • Basic self-assessment and awareness of social media fatigue or overload
  • What “liking” a post actually means
  • How to stay positive online and the importance of spreading positivity
  • Tools they can use to stay positive and stop negativity
  • The risks of sexting
  • Privacy and respect for themselves and others online
  • The dangers of cyberbullying and how to ask for help if you see it or experience it
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High School

(Grades 9-12)

High school students are as tech-savvy as they come. They have their finger on the pulse of new digital and social media trends, but might not have the tools and information to handle challenges like: 

  • The dangers of cyberbullying and how to ask for help if you see it or experience it
  • Sexual or mental harassment
  • The risks of sexting
  • Standing up for others
  • Privacy and respect for themselves and others online
  • Social media’s effect on mental health
  • In-depth digital footprint and the impact social media can have on job searches, scholarships, and more
  • Staying safe on social media
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