This event will be livestreamed on Friday, February 24 at 10:30am.
Digital Health and Wellness is one of the six components of Digital Literacy. Learners will learn about the elements of physical, emotional, and psychological well-being in a digital world and are able to govern themselves accordingly when using digital technologies.
Join Centre of Excellence for Digital Innovation along with Dustin Day from the CMHA of NB as they present the second in a six-part series highlighting the six components of Digital Literacy: Digital Health and Wellness. In this webinar, classes across NB can join and learn about the elements of physical, emotional, and psychological well-being in a digital world and are some tips and ideas on how to govern themselves accordingly when using digital technologies.
Some other key take-aways from Digital Health and Wellness are:
- Learners examine and identify the appropriate and inappropriate times to access and use digital technologies and self-govern accordingly.
- Learners understand and avoid the potential physical and psychological benefits and health risks associated with the use of digital technologies and develop strategies, techniques, and technologies for improving their own and others’ physical and mental health and wellbeing.
- Learners understand the nature of self-image and identity online and cultivate, manage, and reflect on their digital lives.
This webinar will be an interactive one, where students and teachers may ask questions! If you are interested in attending this webinar, please contact: email@example.com
For more information on the Digital Literacy Framework, and to learn more about the six components of Digital Literacy, click here.
More about Dustin Day:
Community Program Coordinator, Woodstock
Bio: Dustin recently joined CMHA of NB after nearly a decade of working with children, youth and families in community programming. Dustin has direct experience in guiding entire families through mental health care and walking alongside people through difficult seasons in life. This experience has given him a passion for educating the public on the importance of caring for and maintaining their mental health