Thursday, October 31, 2013

Just finalized - the International Stop Cyberbullying Youth Summit Program 1000 participants, 800 students 4-12th grade to create a action plan wish list to address cyberbullying from a youth perspective

RE                         REVISED DRAFT AGENDA (October 31, 2013 revisions)
                              Subject to Change
                              November 9, 2013, Charlottetown, PEI, Canada
Location: Confederation Centre (Homburg Theatre) 
                              Sold Out - waiting list registrations accepted.

The International Stop Cyberbullying Youth Summit Agenda:

7:15am - 8:20am            Check-In
8:30am – 8:40am           Welcome/Introductions
8:40am – 8:50am           Plenary Presentation – Cyberbullying Hurts!
8:50am – 9:15 am          Plenary Panel - What is Cyberbullying? How Does It Work? Defining the Issues and Stakeholders: Jacqueline Beauchere (Microsoft), Laurel Broten (Educational Consulting, Fmr Minister of Education and Women), Wayne MacKay, Student, Doug Currie (Minister of Health and Wellness, PEI, from a parents’ perspective).
9:15am – 9:40am           Plenary Panel - International Cyberbullying Perspectives – PEI Newcomer’s Student Panel, Bonnie Bracey Sutton (UN advisor), Kim Sanchez (Microsoft)
9:40am – 10:10am         Barbara Coloroso – The Bully, the Bullied and the Bystander and the Digital World
10:10am – 10:20am       Plenary Session – Good Parent/Bad Parent (Student Presentation)/Kensington Presentation (What We Want)
10:20am – 10:35am       Break and Track 2 Transitions to Upper Foyer (Track 1 remains in theatre)
10:35am – 11:15am       Facilitated Breakout Session One (same for both Tracks) – Getting Answers – What is “cyberbullying”?:
What did you learn this morning that you didn’t know before?
Did you agree with what you heard? If not, what didn’t you agree with and why?
Do people realize how much cyberbullying hurts?
What do you want to know about cyberbullying that you don’t already know? What don’t parents understand about cyberbullying?
How serious is the problem of cyberbullying?
How important is it to stop cyberbullying? Why?
How do you define cyberbullying?
11:15am – 12:15pm       Track 2 Remains in Upper Foyer for Special Breakout Session About How Much Cyberbullying Hurts and Ways Kids Can Get Help [picking up box lunch early at 12:15pm]). How To Create Awareness and Show How Much You Care. (artistic activities)
11:15am – 11:45pm       Plenary Session – What Have We Learned?: A Discussion with Glen Canning and Leah Parsons, Parry and Student
11:45pm – 12:00pm       Plenary Session - Minister Gail Shea and Students – Making Your Voice Heard in Ottawa            
12:00pm – 12:30pm       Plenary Session – From the Trenches – Insight Into Victims’ Rights and Services: Sharon Rosenfeldt (Victims’ of Violence, Canadian Centre for Missing Children), Susan O’Sullivan (Canada’s Victims’ Ombudsman), Susan Maynard (Director, PEI Victims’ Services), student and Allan McCullough
12:30pm – 1:30pm         Lunch and Entertainment Program - Raising  Student Voices: Anne of Green Gables Meets Cyberbullying, Mustafa Ahmed (word performance artist), PEI student poet, Friends skit role playing, M&Ms “pass the word!” activity, Cups Kids student performance.
1:30pm – 2:30pm          Plenary Panel – How to Get and Provide Support – Spotting the Signs, the Role of Trusted Adults, Elders and Friends, Peer-Counseling, Student Advocacy, Restorative and Criminal Justice, Reporting Abuse: Dave Finnegan (Build-A-Bear Workshop), Meg Sinclair (Facebook), Chief Roger Augustine, Lori St Onge, [9th grade student], [cyberbullying target], Kevin Harrison, Juniper (Google)
2:30pm – 3:30pm          Younger Students in Upper Foyer for Facilitated Breakout Session (Ice Cream Break for them begins at 3:15pm – 3:30pm).
2:30pm – 3:30pm          Older Students Remain in Theatre for Facilitated Session – What do you think about what you have heard? How important are trusted adults, parents and elders to helping stop cyberbullying? How important are your friends? What makes someone trustworthy? Can we teach people to be more trustworthy? What do parents/trusted adults/elders need to know? What works? Why? What doesn’t work and why? List the top five things you think will help prevent cyberbullying. List the five top things you think will stop a cyberbullying campaign once it starts? List the three ways victims can be helped the most. What should we do with the cyberbullies?
3:30pm – 4:00pm          Ice Cream Break and Student Activities
4:00pm – 4:25pm          Student Questions for the Experts – Allen Roach (Minister of Innovation), Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Build-A-Bear Workshop.
4:25pm – 5:25pm           Plenary Facilitated Discussion – Pulling It All Together –What Have We Learned from Each Other? What Don’t We Know Yet? What Should We Do Next? Creating a Strategy and an Action Plan Wish List, Identifying the Partners, Identifying What Works and What Doesn’t and Getting Out the Word. The Action Plan Wish List is Agreed Upon.
5:25pm – 5:30pm          Closing Ceremony