The innovative program series, #keepyourprivatesprivate Primary, #keepyourprivatesprivate JR, #keepyourprivatesprivate and #keepyourprivatesprivate Adapted explore a variety of topics such as:
• real vs. fake
• online privacy
• media balance
• peer & self-exploitation
• respect for self & others
• internet crimes
• digital footprint
• healthy relationships
Although examined separately, these topics are often interwoven, resulting in a program that explores the ‘Internet of Everything’ concluding with resources and techniques to help youth deal with cyberbullying, predators, people asking them for intimate images or videos and self-awareness of negative online influences and/or pressures.
#KYPP programs examine age and gender-specific interests of youth, risks they face online and proactive strategies to help make their online experiences safer.
One such interwoven pressure is pornography. Whether viewing pornography is helpful or harmful to youth depends on a number of factors, including what they view, in what context, for what reason, their individual personality and psychological profile, and their environmental context. Regardless of the impact on anyone individual, it can still be useful to teach youth how to deconstruct sexual media and empower them to make choices about what they want to view, how they want to view it, and to cultivate self knowledge about why they want to view it.
#KYPP programs examine age and gender-specific interests of youth, risks they face online and proactive strategies to help make their online experiences safer, equipping youth to facilitate conversations around consent, communication, and media literacy.
#keepsyourprivatesprivate program series is broken into 7 separate programs:
#KYPP Primary Males (children ages 6 – 10)
#KYPP Junior Males (children ages 10 – 12)
#KYPP Males (youth ages 12 and up)
#KYPP Primary Females (children ages 6 – 10)
#KYPP Junior Females (children ages 10 – 12)
#KYPP Females (youth ages 12 and up)
#KYPP Adapted (for young adults with intellectual disabilities)