T.H.I.N.K. Week teaches kids to be media smart and responsible online

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Day 1

Netflix Social Dilemma

Show students how the attention they provide is the product, and how addiction is built into the design of social networking sites.

Day 2

Door Decorating Contest

The class’s objective is to display their artistic representation of social media

Day 3

Talent Show

Students share poem, spoken word, song or acted skit related to social media expressionism.

Day 4

Movie Screening of Screenagers

Plan a family/community movie night one evening during the week to show SCREENAGERS or Kirk Cameron’s CONNECT.

Day 5


Ambassodors: Students-Against-Mean-Messaging

The groups intent is to promote responsible social posts. Group members coordinate posts and campaigns using hashtags that highlight the great things about their peers, school, and community.

As kids get more and more wrapped up in social media it’s only bound to become an issue.

Kids don’t usually think before they hit ‘send’ or ‘share’ online. And with this comes consequences that can include bullying, cyber-bullying, harassment, and the loss of academic and professional opportunities.

We present a 1-week program that helps your students learn the meaning of T.H.I.N.K before hitting send or share on social media in a 7 lesson plan over 5 days. Kids will learn how to apply the acronym T.H.I.N.K when posting things online:


With one well-thought out post at a time.