Change can often seem daunting, but it is through change that we adapt, grow, and improve both ourselves and the world around us. Implementing a resource such as Assure will inevitably change the way you intervene, respond, and manage the online safety of your students, but that doesn't mean it has to be a difficult process.
New Assure Features - November 2023 Introducing the latest version of Assure. The new Microsoft Teams Application brings your favourite Assure features to Microsoft Teams, plus multi-user reporting and more. Read on to see the highlights of Assure v.5.17
Addressing The Student Mental Health Crisis, Advice for Parents and More with Rozika Pratap, Department for Education South Australia
In her role as the Cyber Awareness and Education Lead for the South Australia Department for Education, Rozika Pratap has a unique perspective to add when it comes to student online safety. In this episode of Saasyan's Wellbeing Wednesday Series, she shares her perspective on the growing student mental health crisis, identifying the balance between offering students the independence they crave with the need to intervene, and her advice for parents.
Ethical Use of AI, 24/7 Monitoring and Just-In-Time Reporting for Student Safety With Ally Eddy, Our Lady of Mercy College
In this episode of Saasyan's Wellbeing Wednesday Series, Ally Eddy, Director of ICT at Our Lady of Mercy College shares his perspective on ethical use of AI, 24/7 monitoring and just-in-time reporting for student safety.
IT’s Role in Online Student Safety, AI for Learning and More with Philip Callil, Yarra Valley Grammar
Philip Callil, Director of IT and Digital Learning at Yarra Valley Grammar works each day not only to implement innovative technology solutions, but to ensure that both staff and students are using them appropriately. In this episode of Saasyan's Wellbeing Wednesday Series, Philip discusses the role that IT plays when dealing with student online safety, the use of AI for learning, and establishing Yarra Valley Grammar's duty of care.
Expectations for School Staff With Technology Use, Incident Response and More with Catherine Allen, St Rita's College
As Deputy Principal at St. Rita's College, Catherine Allen oversees the mental health, student online safety, and wellbeing efforts at St Rita's. In this episode of Saasyan's Wellbeing Wednesday Series, Catherine shares the expectations she has for her staff then it comes to student online activity and technology use as well responding to online safety incidents in her school.
The Challenges Students Face Today and Responding To Online Safety Incidents with Rozika Pratap, South Australia Department for Education
Rozika Pratap, Cyber Awareness and Education Lead from the Department for Education, South Australia has extensive experience working with K-12 schools to keep students safe whilst online. In this episode of Saasyan's Wellbeing Wednesday Series, Rozika discusses the biggest mental health challenges students face today, the impacts that adverse online behaviours have on children, plus the policies put in place to respond to these incidents.