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  • March 19, 2022 4:43 PM | Anonymous

    We’ll cover an overview of resources and programs that #ICANHELP has to offer, provide a starting point for digital wellness and mental health conversations in the classroom, and motivate & empower educators to encourage students to take steps in using digital for good. Our curriculum supports educators and equips students with the tools and knowledge they need to create a powerful digital impact. The premade scripted lessons will empower student changemakers while promoting digital safety through our powerfully-relevant curriculum.

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  • March 12, 2022 4:12 PM | Anonymous

    Read AMLE's Statement in Support of Learning Environments that Meet the Social-Emotional Needs of our LGBTQ+ Students


  • March 03, 2022 5:08 PM | Anonymous

    March Happenings at #ICANHELP

    Happy March! This month, we have several events for students and educators that focus on mental health and digital well-being. Sign up and engage with our growing community of digital citizens!

    Join us on March 6th at 4 PM PST/6 PM CST/7 PM EST, as student panelists discuss zero discrimination, self-harm awareness, and mental wellness.

    Sign Up

    Learn how to set healthy limits and boundaries. During this live webinar, we'll share practical tips for engaging with social media and digital technology. Our team will also walk through how to use our digital citizenship curriculum to empower students to create a positive and well-informed online presence.

    Sign Up

    3 Tips to Improve Digital Media Literacy

    Part of protecting your digital well-being is being able to distinguish between reality and fantasy online. Here are some tips to share with your students to help them become more critical consumers of digital and social media.

    1. Before you begin reading, check to make sure the webpage is legitimate. Here's a great checklist to help.

    2. Resist automatically clicking on the first few search results. Viral stories will lead the search engine results, but that doesn't mean they're true. Take time to find trusted sources.

    3. Read laterally by checking the accuracy of the information across multiple articles and websites. After you've fact-checked, you can read the entire article.

    Want more digital citizenship lessons and content? Check out some of our courses and curricula!


  • January 28, 2022 8:28 PM | Anonymous

    January may be coming to a close, but we have some exciting new initiatives and events in store. 

    • Digital4Good Hustle Mentality Webinar - Check in with previous Digital4Good winners to see where they are now and how their mentorship with Digital4Good advanced their goals! You can join our FREE livestream event via YouTube, Facebook, or Instagram on January 31st from 5:30pm-6:30pm PST. Sign up HERE to be notified when we go LIVE!

    • Digital4Good Nominations - Do you know someone who’s used social media or digital technology to make a positive impact? If so, nominate them for Digital4GoodHERE! Nominations close midnight on February 6th, so send in your applications soon! Last year’s winners tackled important issues like mental health, disability rights, and access to education, and I’m excited to see which talented students are nominated this year.

    • Student Voices Webinar: Spread The Love - Join us on February 6th at 4 PM PST as our student speakers discuss teen dating violence awareness, self-love, self-care, and other topics related to relationships and mental health. Sign up for our FREE event HERE!  Each month we always need Student Presenters, encourage students to sign up HERE.

    • LinkedIn Upskill Webinar - If you struggle with LinkedIn in the slightest bit and want to learn how to upskill, then you won't want to miss this free webinar. There will be 4 breakout rooms available for students based on their interest and level of LinkedIn knowledge. Sign Up HERE

  • January 22, 2022 1:33 PM | Anonymous

    The mission of Education Blueprint is to provide collective collaboration and curation of digital education resources for K-12 teachers in a single, interactive, online platform. 

    Education Blueprint is a free platform where professional teachers access openly shared content from other K-12 educators and find links to quality classroom resources that further support professional growth.

    Find out more at educationblueprint.org

  • January 22, 2022 1:09 PM | Anonymous
    The Foundation for Impact on Literacy and Learning (FILL) provides excellent programming and resources to educators and students and has been doing so for over almost two decades. Our donors collaborate with us in order to shape and develop the future generation so that they may successfully move forward to the future. The Foundation is an IRS tax-exempt 501c3 organization that has developed and executed cross curricular educational programs and resources for schools since 2003. Our resolve is to bring important resources to educators and students with the help of our generous donors. find out more at 

    www.fill.foundation

    Read how your students could win $5000.00 to support a charity of their choice and so much more!

    Register for Free:  https://exploreacttell.org/resources/

    Explore.Act.Tell Program & Student Challenge is aProject Based Learning Program that teaches students to become aware of food insecurity issues in their neighborhoods and work on solutions.  If students are already working on projects on this topic, these lessons will provide a project framework. 

    This program is fully funded by ACME Markets and is FREE to all educators and students in the state of Pennsylvania.Students practice skills needed to become good citizens and advocate for community involvement and service. At the end, they create a Public Service Announcements to share their work and enter our student challenge where they can win $5,000. to support a charity of choice that is involved in food insecurity solutions.

    Here are a few details:

    • Open to students grades 6 – 9, working individually or in teams up to 5 students

    • Lessons aligned with PBL, Social Studies /Civics, Social Emotional Learning, and Literacy

    • Consists of four interactive lessons with ready-to-use student and teacher lesson plans

    • Works perfectly in an in-person, virtual or hybrid learning environment!

    Register to start the program and receive a Welcome Kit: https://exploreacttell.org/resources/

    Lead4Change Student Leadership Program.

    Feel free to register so that you can view all of the program material and you will also receive a Welcome Kit in the mail with a sampling of materials and a book on leadership from our program funder, David Novack. 

    Register at: http://Lead4Change.org

  • January 22, 2022 12:57 PM | Anonymous

    ‘Our New Normal’: How Teens are Redefining School Life

    Regaining a sense of normalcy has been virtually impossible since 2020, from COVID to school safety issues to critical education debates.

    ‘Our New Normal’: How Teens are Redefining School Life, produced by PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs, will showcase teen voices and young students in conversation with experts and their peers about their hopes and expectations for tackling systemic problems in schools. The free, interactive event will include discussions about the challenges facing young Americans after two transformative years, while exploring solutions for addressing the divides in American education.

    JOIN LIVE on TUE. Jan. 25 at 7pm ET - REGISTER: bit.ly/SRLnewnormal

    Please share the link with teens, students, and educators in your community and network. Together, we can elevate youth voices and prepare future leaders to engage in one of the most important areas affecting America in the wake of the pandemic: education.

    Sincerely
    Cari Kozicki
    Vice President, Pennsylvania PBS

  • January 20, 2022 1:00 PM | Anonymous

    PA middle school educator Joe Welch, and AMLE’s 2019 Educator of the Year, is a National Teacher Of the Year finalist. Congratulations and Best Wishes, Joe!"

  • January 17, 2022 11:51 AM | Anonymous

    Do you know a student who’s used social media to make a positive impact? If so, nominate them for Digital4Good by going to @#ICANHELPofficial or by clicking this link: https://forms.gle/xgzvjYMVo8XofoVx8


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