PRESENTATIONS FOR SCHOOLS, COMMUNITY GROUPS AND BUSINESS
Cyberwise and Cyber Civics founder Diana Graber, M.A., author of "Raising Humans in a Digital World: Helping Kids Build a Healthy Relationship with Technology" has presented to all kinds of groups (from CA to DC) at big venues (MetLife Stadium, Twitter headquarters, UCLA) and on small screens. She presents to all types of schools too.
Her presentations are engaging, research-based, and most of all, they leave attendees saying 'I can do this!' when it comes to raising and teaching digital kids.
Presentations are virtual and in-person.
She speaks on a variety of topics including:
Raising Humans in a Digital World
Social Media & Games
Cyberbullying, Hate Speech
Graber and the Cyber Civics team offer professional development workshops for educators too. Ask us about them!
Because we believe in building capacity in the communities we visit, every presentation includes:
A free subscription for your community to Cyber Civics Mini (8 lessons).
A follow-up resource guide for all participants and subscription to our newsletter.
Schools already teaching Cyber Civics get presentations and workshops at a discounted rate.
"I've attended a lot of presentations, but this was the definitely the most useful and engaging one yet. I learned so much!"
-Robin Dowerling, parent of 2
Participants surveyed give the highest possible rating for her presentations: 5 out of 5!
Here are just some of the schools/organizations presented to:
WHAT THEY SAY
Ellen Cardinian, Mother of Jeff and Lindsay
"One of the most informative parent talks I've ever been to. Diana's style is upbeat and optimistic. She made me feel like I can help my kids be safe and smart with their digital devices"
Diana was such a great presenter to work with. Her eagerness and enthusiasm to cater her presentation style to fit the needs of our parent population was so appreciated. Our parents in attendance learned concrete strategies for their family to use the internet in a positive and healthy way, both at home and in the classroom."
Debra Lopez-Bonasso, Ed. Coordinator, W. VA. Foundation for Rape Info & Services
Diana’s passion for this work, her level of knowledge and her ability to meet the needs of our organization have given the prevention educators resources, information and programming not only for students but parents and teachers."
"One of the most relevant, helpful, and informative workshops. Thank you so very much for the gift of your curriculum and support to help tchildren (and adults) grow to be wise users, producers and participants in our digital world. I learned a lot and have been enthusiastically sharing workshop content with family, friends and relatives."
Interim Administrator, Waldorf School at Moraine Farm
East Aurora School District 131
Emily Sandford, Mother of 2
"Thank you so much for the workshop you recently gave at our school. I had no idea how much I didn't know! Now I feel confident and well-prepared to guide my seven-year old son and nine-year old daughter through this brave new world. Thank you."
Michelle M. Herczog, Ed.D., L.A. County Office of Ed. ; Rob Vicario, O. C. Dept. of Ed.
"Your presentation and resources were extremely useful to our participating educators who are anxious to implement civic learning in their classrooms. You have certainly helped them meet their goal to equip students with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to become informed, engaged citizens."
Partnership for Maternal and Child Health of Northern New Jersey
"Words cannot express how grateful we are for that amazing presentation!! Thank you, for taking the time to educate all of us on how to navigate the dangers of the digital world and how to have those conversations with our youth."