Digital Citizen Academy

As much as technology has improved our lives, it also has a dark side. Dr. Lisa Strohman, a psychologist, has started the Digital Citizen Academy to help protect and support students, educators and parents who are impacted by technology use and misuse. The program was piloted for sixth and seventh graders at Sonoran Trails Middle School in Cave Creek. Dr. Strohman and Bill Dolezal the principal of Sonoran Trails, will tell us more about the academy.

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Lisa Strohman: Digital Citizen Academy

Bill Dolezal: Principal, Sonoran Trails Middle School

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