How K-12 IT Teams Can Impact Student Mental Health & Wellbeing

Webinar Recording On-Demand

With the right tools and processes in place, your district can play a pivotal role in students’ mental health

Technology has become an integral part of students' lives, both in their personal life and at school. However, there are numerous ways that it can adversely affect their wellbeing, from cyberbullying to harmful online content, to private information being hacked and shared publicly.

Fortunately, IT teams can also use technology to help students as they increasingly use school-provided technology as personal spaces.

Watch Brian Meeks, Senior Systems Administrator at The Paideia School in Georgia, share his experiences to help you understand how he is using technology to help keep students, staff, and his community safe.

Here's what you can expect to learn during the webinar:

  • Common student mental health and safety risks that technology leaders see happening in cloud apps and other online spaces, and how those trends have changed over the years
  • Why technology is a critical part of districts’ mental health and safety toolkit
  • Why your district needs to monitor Google Workspace, Microsoft 365, and online browsing behavior for student safety risks, such as self-harm, cyberbullying, violence, discrimination, sexually explicit content, and other types of toxic behavior
  • How technology teams can collaborate with teachers, school counselors and other student resources to enable effective crisis intervention
  • How ManagedMethods helps districts protect their students, staff, and communities from the browser to the cloud

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