Amphitheater School Psychology Department Presents
Program Objectives: This activity is designed for school psychologists and psychologists to become familiar with the current information on internet safety.
1. Participants will develop an understanding of the potential threats that the Internet and Social Networking sites may bring to children.
2. Attendees will be informed about Sexting, Cyber-Bullying, and Cyber-Predators.
3. The consequences of these activities will be discussed.
4. Participants will learn what they can do to help prevent problems associated with these topics.
Courtney spent four years in Tucson, AZ completing her undergraduate degree at the University of Arizona. In 2011 Courtney accepted a position as a member of the Arizona Attorney General’s Community Outreach and Education Division. As a coordinator for this division she has worked on developing a variety of outreach initiatives on various public policy issues. Courtney works closely with the Internet Safety initiative creating and developing up to date materials and information about internet predators and cyber-bullying. In 2012 she helped to develop and launch the anti-bullying program in the hopes of further educating students, parents and administrators about the issues surrounding bullying and cyber-bullying.
Who: Courtney Miller, U. of Az.
What: Continuing Education: Internet Safety
When: Friday, January 31, 2014 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Where: Amphitheater Public Schools Board Room
701 W. Wetmore Rd., Tucson, AZ. 85705
Whoa! Register early. RSVP to Christina Collins at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 520-696-6118, or 696-6885
The Amphitheater School Psychology Department gratefully acknowledges Amphitheater Public Schools' assistance in presenting this training.
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