ICMEC Series: Step 2: How can we connect with and support parents, so they can help us keep children safe? - Shared screen with speaker view
Hi, here is Erika Ferreira de Azevedo from Chapel School in São Paulo Brazil.
Hi Everyone, Ruth Allen here from The Columbus School, Medellin, Colombia
Hello everyone, Tyler from ASA on the first week of "winter" vacation ~
Marie Beaupre from Lincoln, Buenos Aires.
Hi! Leonor from the American school of El Salvador
Hi all. Joseph Levno - outgoing Director of Colegio Karl C. Parrish in Barranquilla, Colombia.
Rosemary Fatta Mari
Hi everyone, I’m Rosemary from Buenos Aires, Argentina
Andrea Rodrigues, National Programs Director at Lincoln, Buenos Aires. A Pleasure to be here.
Hi from Escuela Internacional Sampedrana in Honduras.
Hi ! Violeta Barrios from Colombia
Good afternoon. I am Alicia Amador/CNG/ Bogotá, Colombia
hello, from Union School, Haiti
Hello everyone! Lucrecia Rodriguez, Colegio FD Roosevelt (Lima, Peru)
Hi everyone. Laurie from Buenos Aires.
Hello, Carolina Protti, outgoing Elementary Counselor at the Country Day School, Costa Rica
Greetings from Santo Domingo.
Hello to all! ES counselor and CPO Panama, ISP
Hi everyone, thanks for taking time to talk about keeping kids safe! I'm from ICMEC HQ in Washington DC
Welcome! Today's session will be recorded and available on the AASSA website tomorrow afternoon.
We will have time for Q&A toward the end of the session.
This presentation will be posted on the AASSA website tomorrow. Feel free to scan the QR code to get access to the information!
Good Afternoon! Shakira Monque - ACS - La Paz, Bolivia.
https://www.icmec.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Local-and-online-help-form.pdf will trigger the download.
Some of those attributes also indicate addiction to gaming… which is also a portal to abuse scenarios.
Can you talk a little bit about filters to detect strangers contacting the kids on line
We can include a list in the pdf if you'd like.... we don't recommend one over another.
Thanks, it will be useful
Thank you! This reinforces a lot of what we have already been doing in our schools, at the same time that it brings great new ideas and measures / protocols we can add. I love the idea of using multiple medias/ venues/ strategies to reach parents (we initially focused on zoom meetings and e-mails, but have been thinking about new ways as well such as the short vídeos and words of wisdom short messages).
Materials on the COVID.ICMEC.org note the age bracket. Online abuse prevention is particularly classified by age - the resource Katia showed from CEOP parent packets are great also.
We are hearing about topic meetings that are more informal - that allow parents to share more than geared to 'telling them'.
Are there any online parent education workshops that bring together the concepts of communication and child protection? Thanks.
^Parents as Partners is not yet online....we are exploring it, but I'll see what I have and get back to you Joseph. On parent meetings - these may be by class group, or by interest....the idea is to have real talk and trust. Be a resource for them rather than always asking for something.
Thank you! Yes, we have had good success with open parent meetings - especially in the last few months. Many are now asking for more training and information. Our counselors are working overtime on this so I was looking for additional support.
Our counselors really appreciated the Level 1 training and were looking forward to Level 2 this year.
Tanya de Duran-Ballen
Thank you Katia!
Thank you Katia! Lots of really useful information!!
Thank you Katia and Adam.
Thank you, Katia. Thank you Laurie. Thank you Adam! Have a great day!
Again thank you for sharing your knowledge
Thank you very much, Katia, Laurie and Adam.
Thank you very much!
Byy thank you!!!