Gaia Bernstein has spearheaded the development of the Seton Hall Institute for Privacy Protection Student-Parent Outreach Program, which operates in schools in New Jersey and New York.
The Outreach Program is unique in that it includes both a curriculum for elementary and middle school students and lectures for parents. It highlights the importance of developing a healthy online-offline balance and connects between excessive use of smartphones, screens and digital communication and privacy and reputational harms. The program has received national acclaim and was featured on the Washington Post, CBS Morning News, and Common Sense Media.
Gaia delivers lectures to parents titled: “Our Kids, Our Screens and What Can We do?” as part of the Outreach Program. For more information, please visit the Institute for Privacy Protection website.